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September 18th, 2004

John Tesh

Here is the thing. John Tesh, former ET host and composer of the “NBA on NBC” theme, has a pretty big fanbase. I’m trying to figure out why. Any thoughts?

My guess: subliminal messages in the music.

Posted in Television, Movies, and Music

FROM: Kate
DATE: Saturday September 18, 2004 -- 12:21:01 pm
I have a CD called "The John Tesh Project," though I had no idea who this character was. My roommates love him just because his music is so cheesily terrible. Of course, I'll be a fan of anyone courageous enough to name thier son Gib.

FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Saturday September 18, 2004 -- 8:38:51 pm
His theme for the cartoon Bobby's World was pretty great. A lot of people malign his music, but I'd bet few have really listened to it. However, I have heard that a lot of his recent output is in the "Contemporary Christian New Age" catergory, which is infinitely suspect.

FROM: Matt
DATE: Tuesday September 21, 2004 -- 6:25:59 pm
He's a good musician to name drop as a joke, but he is actually quite talented. He did the themesong for NBA on NBC, which was a classic.

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