Annoited, contemporary worship album featuring a strong masculine voice and classical guitar, including the most viewed song on the Christian Songwriter's Network, "Oh my Lord, hear my prayer." “Hey, Holy Nation!” is the nearest I am likely to come to a, “Greatest hits album,” as it includes the songs I have found most effective in corporate worship. Scottish musician John David Coupland. John has been a full time musician for 40 odd years during which time he has worked in the pubs of his native Glasgow at night while his day job was selling, repairing an sometimes even making guitars. Since 2000 his earnings have come mostly from teaching guitar and keyboards and he is a paid worship leader in the Church of Scotland. His other works include folk songs and hymns which he releases under his full name and acoustic and classical guitar albums under Harpaxe. As for myself, I am a church musician first and last although in times gone by I have played in pubs, clubs and restaurants earning my living from my guitar. I have survived bar room brawls and suffered the usual, “I can make you a star,” offers. To put bread on the table I teach kids to play. What else? Oh yes, I am married with three kids who have flown the nest but who are still talking to me so I suppose I did all right as a father.