A Stolen Moment of Christmas Cheer

CTS’s Sweeney Chapel was the setting on December 9 for an entertaining blend of traditional, new and surprising songs sung by tenor Steven Stolen.  A capacity crowd enjoyed some of Stolen’s favorite songs drawn from his trademark eclectic mix of favorite and inspiring music.

WFYI FM 90.1 was on hand to record the concert and will replay it during Stolen Moments – the radio show hosted by Stolen – on December 19 at 10:00 p.m. and December 23 at 9:00 p.m.

Join us in celebrating, and listen to the live concert streaming audio on Stolen Moments' WFYI website. (Once on the Stolen Moments site, simply click on the "play" arrow under the headline "Stolen Moments for the Christmas Season.")

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