New Glenn Beck Theme Recording

Last night I joined a group of singers in studio to record the new theme song for the Glenn Beck Program that is broadcast all over the country every weekday. Studio work is a fun gig. It was nice being reunited with some great performers I’ve known for years and to meet new ones.

Glenn Beck Theme Recording

Here is the video Beck posted on Facebook. Don’t adjust your sound, it’s silent. Until the official reveal, he’s keeping it under wraps. I’ll post again when you can hear it!

Glenn Beck Radio New Theme SongHere is what happened on Tuesday and lasted until most Americans were asleep. This is a quick behind the scenes look at the making of the new theme song. I can’t wait until you hear it!

Yes, I did say a quick look. Look with your eyes and not your ears. It debuts Feb 1st.

Posted by Glenn Beck on Friday, January 15, 2016


 

You can download We Are One on iTunes now! The song is great and I’m proud to have been a part of it.

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COMMENTS (10)
  1. Anon

    The new Glenn Beck Theme Song’s chorus music sounds like a sped up version of Francesca Battistelli’s chorus in He Knows My Name.
    Music, not lyrics.

  2. Andy

    I love your song! I’ve been scouring the internet trying to figure out where I can buy it – can you point me in the right direction?

  3. Ed

    Why can’t I find the lyrics to the new Glenn Beck theme song, is it called “we are one?” I would love it if you could send me a link or the lyrics themselves.

    Thanks!

  4. Landon

    Found the song here.

    We Are One

    It is called “We Are One.” The lead vocals are David Osmond and Jenn Blosil. Glad you could be a part of it as well Monica.

  5. Mike s

    Anywhere to get the song besides Itunes??? You know like Amazon music? I’m sorry I just cant stand ITUNES

  6. Monica Moore Smith

    Mike S, iTunes is my source. I’m not sure of any other. My part was to sing in the studio, so I don’t have any info on distribution. I suggest you check with the show producers. πŸ™‚

  7. Nathan Egan

    You may want to submit your song to Shazam, I had tried to figure out the song with it, but it claims it can’t figure it out. (Shazam also is what Siri on Apple Devices uses to identify music.)

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