The NRT Radio Network has inked a partnership with fast-food giants Chick-Fil-A to create a brand-new online radio station that features the world’s best Christian music–completely instrumentalized.
The station was inspired by the “muzak” style renditions of Christian hit songs that fill the more than 2,200 Chick-Fil-A restaurants in existence.
“You hear a certain melody line, driven by a classy B3 organ or punchy electric piano, and it changes your entire day,” said NRT Radio Network Program Director Kevin McNeese. “I go to Chick-Fil-A about 6 times a week, and every time I go in, I leave feeling better about life because I could tell that Chris Tomlin song was innocuously playing in a public place.”
Called NRT Radio Elevator, the music utilizes the award-winning composers and producers that have fueled the franchises’ in-store soundtracks for years. The namesake comes[…]
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