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Oracle Band To Perform Friday At CrossRoads

07/17/2013 03:12PM ● By Anonymous

The CrossRoads Summer Concert Series at the Midland Park Church of God is set to resume on Friday with the Christian Rock Band Oracle. The band, lead by singer-songwriter Mark Caplan, has been performing inspirational rock music across the region for more than a decade with a rotating lineup.

The band's name means a word spoken by God through His servants; a divine communication, revelation or message, and that is what the band aims to achieve with songs that strengthen, heal, comfort and encourage. Oracle's full length original CD "More Than A Tale" was co-produced, mixed and mastered by multi-Dove Award winner Plink Giglio and is available at

Friday's show in Midland Park will feature guitarist and lead singer Caplan, bassist Tony "Cucch" Cucchiara, percussionist Steve Golden, singer-songwriter Lisa Prokopowitz, and Love Saquing on electric guitar.

The CrossRoads Summer Concert Series in a new music series at the Midland Park Church of God, 400 Godwin Ave. The concert starts at 8pm and doors open at 7:30pm. The concert is free to attend and a love offering will be taken.

Upcoming shows include: 

July 26, 8pm: Tribu12’s original, inspiring music off of their EP I Believe takes you to stand up against the ways of this world and challenges the listener to ultimately choose Jesus.

Aug. 4, 6pm: A Sunday night of Christian and classical music with various chamber ensembles. The Ministry Orquesta Infanto Juvenil of Astoria, Queens provides youth and children the opportunity to learn and develop their musicianship in an environment of faith and love.

Sept. 6, 7:30pm: Dave Pettigrew, “the poet for the common man’s search for Christianity,” proves worthy of the title through his collection of thought-provoking music for life.

Sept. 27. 7:30pm: Christian Songwriter Showcase. A night to showcase Christian songwriters of all ages and levels. To register to perform, email

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