About Music Thru The Night
Music Thru The Night is an overnight program, hosted by Mike Kellogg, that blends personal biblical insight and encouraging stories of believers with warm inspirational music. Music Thru The Night ministers to a wide demographic of listeners—both young and old—and serves as a reminder to look to the power of Jesus Christ over the disabling, negative influences of this dark world. Kellogg serves as a friend in the night, pointing out biblical truths to confront the pressures of a culture moving farther from God, and closer to a marginalized worldview of His divine influence. Music Thru The Night is constantly pointing to eternity—the truth that a godly life is not simply about heaven, but about living for God, in Christ, on a day-by-day basis...now!
Mike Kellogg is a senior announcer with Moody Radio and host of Music Thru The Night. Kellogg seeks to minister to the late-night listener, by presenting a relaxed yet direct message of the fullness of a life yielded to Christ. In addition to his duties as host of Music Thru The Night, Kellogg can also be heard on the two-minute daily broadcast Today in the Word. Kellogg was the winner of the 1980-81 Religion in Media Award for his role in the dramatic radio presentation of Treasures of the Snow. Kellogg received his education at Cedarville College in Cedarville, Ohio. He and his wife, Nancy, have six children and 10 grandchildren and live in Valparaiso, Ind.
Roger Basick has been the host of Music Thru The Night Weekend since April 2006. Roger received his B.A. in Communications from Moody Bible Institute and has been involved with Moody Radio since 1990. Along with a great team of people who serve faithfully behind the scenes at Moody Radio, Roger is able to host Music Thru The Night Weekend from Ireland. For his "day job," he, his wife Carey and their two children are serving in partnership with Reach Beyond (formerly known as HCJB Global) and Focus on the Family Ireland, providing training and development around Ireland and throughout the Europe/Eurasia Region.
The Incidental Music of The Tempest
The Danish National Symphony Orchestra
CHAN 8943 (Chandos Label)