Pop Music to Rock Your Sundays – with Adam Chester

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Original air date: Monday, April 28, 2014

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Stacy Malayna Adam Chester

Join Malayna and Stacy as they laugh and learn with their friend and special guest Adam Chester! He has a colorful musical career—Unity musician on Sundays, and the “surrogate Elton John” whenever Sir Elton and the band need him. He uses music and a sense of humor to connect with the people in the pews and make Sunday services fun. He also put the offering blessing of Unity to music so we can all sing along. Get ideas for your playlist here!

From rehearsing in Elton John’s place with his band before live gigs, Adam Chester most recently wrote and arranged a choral piece on Elton John’s new single “Home Again”.

Always a fan of Elton, he was unaware of Elton’s appearance on The Muppet Show, which apparently had a big impact on Stacy.

Elton John on The Muppet Show

Elton John on The Muppet Show doing Crocodile Rock

He’s been doing Unity music since 1997 or 1998.  From West Valley Unity to Westside Unity, where he plays currently, Adam wrote music to Unity’s abundance blessing “Divine Love through me, blesses and multiplies all I have, all that I give, all I receive.  I give in love and I trust in God.”

Adam has enjoyed that Unity is flexible and contemporary with pop music, he does songs like, “Heaven Must Be Missin’ an Angel” by Tavares, “Love Train”,  and The Theme song to TV’s’ Cheers, “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”.

Singer songwriter trend in Unity names like: Karen Drucker, Daniel Nahmod, Rickie Byars & Michael Beckwith and Mark Stanton Welch!  Adam Chester should be part of that!

 

 

 

 

About MalaynaDawn

She sees everything in life as a metaphor for spiritual growth, and shares her ideas via Pop Conscious. Author of Echoes Across Time, a spiritual adventure novel, she has written for a variety of positive websites and magazines, and dabbled in many areas of the entertainment industry. Born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Malayna lived in Sri Lanka for 12 years, learning and writing about the world and its people. Find out what she's learned at www.malayna-dawn.com!

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