The NFL has a new playlist for faith-based fans: “Faith Based Music.”
In honor of the NFL’s 60th anniversary, the league announced Tuesday that its Music Director, Eric Kelliher, will compose music that celebrates all that is great about sports, but also reminds us of what’s best about us.
“We are living in a moment where our fans are looking for the same things in the same places,” said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a statement.
“They’re searching for meaning and purpose in their lives.
Kelliher said he wanted to create a “world of music” for the league, which, he said, “reminds us that we are all one, one in the heart of the city and we are one in this world.”””
It’s a perfect time to celebrate that music, and this playlist is a perfect way to celebrate it.”
Kelliher said he wanted to create a “world of music” for the league, which, he said, “reminds us that we are all one, one in the heart of the city and we are one in this world.”
“Our music, which is about what we love, is a tribute to the city, its people and the sport that we love,” he said.
“Our music has been a tribute since our inception in 1984, and we hope to create the music that inspires us, and the music our fans love.”
The NFL has previously released music for the anniversary, which included songs from artists like Bruce Springsteen, Bruce Springfield, Prince and the Black Keys, and Beyoncé.
The NFL also released a video, which includes Kellihems theme song, which features clips from the Super Bowl and the NFL championship games.
The “Faith-Based Music” playlist will include music from “The Way We Dance,” a song from the movie “The Book of Mormon,” and “The Prayer” by The Roots.
The playlist will be available to fans on the NFL website and on iTunes.
The playlist will also be available on Spotify.