Today, 21 April 2011, marks the tenth anniversary of the setting up of That Fatal Kiss Music, and it is interesting and humbling to look back now and see what has become of my music and ministry over that time, taking in my first recording fumbles, the formation of theREIGN, Greenbelt, 30 odd Rock Eucharists and so on.
The song database has grown from the original dozen(ish) to around 40 now, with several new ones waiting in the wings to make their bow on the site.
Obviously more time has been spent on theREIGN in recent years, hence the site here has seen less activity (from my end at least) than it once did, but I hope you still find it to be a useful resource for my songs, and I particularly appreciate those people who visit here to check up on my diary and pray for my involvement with worship events around the City, and further afield, both solo and with the band.
As the band gears up for an active couple of months to come, including the release of our first live album, I thought I would commemorate this auspicious day by taking a look back over 10 years of the TFKM website, and I am enormously grateful to the Internet Wayback Machine for keeping copies of the earlier versions of the site … because I didn’t!
Below you will find images from various versions of the TFKM home page going all the way back to 2001. Sadly, moving the site onto WordPress in 2008 has made it impossible for the Wayback Machine to archive the look of the site any longer. The text, yes, but not the style. Click on the thumbnails to see them in all their “glory”.
I hope you have enjoyed this whistle-stop tour of TFKM’s online history. Keep an eye out for the new songs as they appear over the next few months, and for the arrival of 96, theREIGN’s live album which is due for release in the next few months.