What Faith Can Do by Kutless
Easy Ways to Clean and Maintain Your Piano Like every other object in this world your piano will serve you longer and stay in a better condition if a regular maintenance routine is followed. Piano tutorial advise that any Musical instrument requires care if they are expected to continue producing quality sounds. It’s important to know how to play piano but playing piano also becomes a much more pleasing experience both for the player and the hearer if the piano being played is in a good state. Hence especial care should be taken to see that your piano is cleaned regularly and the polish is maintained more so because the piano is a very delicate musical instrument. Among the various important things that these piano lesson require us to remember is that dust from a piano should ideally be removed with the help of a feather duster and not by means of a dry cloth. (More...) Show video tutorial!
About the Artist
Kutless is a Christian rock band from Portland, Oregon formed in 2000. Since their formation, they have released six studio albums including their latest, It Is Well. The band has also released a live album, Live from Portland. Currently, they have sold almost 2 million records. Formed in Portland, Oregon as a Campus Worship band named Call Box. They performed during the 1999-2000 school year at Warner Pacific. Their first guitarist, Andrew Morrison, decided to leave the band shortly before they signed with BEC records. James Mead replaced Andrew at lead guitar. The Band changed their name to "Kutless" in October 2001 before releasing their first three track EP followed up by their full-length album in 2002 on BEC Recordings. Kutless chose their name because of a specific Bible verse. Romans 6:23 says, "For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord" (NRSV). Because of this, the band says, "He took our cuts for us... leaving us 'Kutless'." Their first single was called "Your Touch". Their second single from their debut album, "Run", would go on to hold the record for the longest charting song in the history of the R&R Top 40 charts.