"There's A Cross On The Hill," track number 2 on the new Lynn Beckman "SOMETHING Old..New..Borrowed..Blue" CD is being released (March 1, 2006) on the NCM label out of England for distribution and promotion across Europe and around the world. While the song does not mention any particular town in it, the inspiration for the writing of it came when the Ministerial Association in the Oakland, Maryland, area placed a cross on a hill outside of their town. Inspired by the cross and its visible prominence, a local resident named Mrs. Arzella Parsons suggested to Lynn Beckman that there should be a song about it. Taking her suggestion seriously, a few days later, "There's A Cross On The Hill" was on paper and headed for the recording studio. Other songs that have been released on the NCM-Disc label in the past couple of years are "A Brand New Book," that charted for 17 weeks in 2004, "He Is Risen," featured as an Easter season release in 2005, and "There Were No Toys," a Christmas song from "The Father & The Son" CD that charted during both the 2004 and 2005 Christmas seasons.
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