Robert Thornton
I listened to Nightsounds in the early 70's while studying. It was on from 11 to midnight. I loved it!!! Several years ago I picked up a broadcast of Nightsounds and boy did it bring back memories. I then did a search and sadly learned that Bill had had left us. I am now much older and dealing with a failing memory. I was driving last night and recalled how comforting Nightsounds was to me and decided to see if I could find Bill again. I did! What a blessing his was and continues to be. Shalom. b
My story is similar to a few that I read this evening. I first started listening to Nightsounds in the early nineteen-eighties. My life had changed drastically after the Lord came into my life. This news was not received well by my husband. I soon found myself a single mother of three. Mr.Pearce's voice and words were such a blessing during this part of my journey. Thank you for keeping his legacy alive.
Larry Bedford
My dad used to listen to Nightsounds every night he love the music and the soft soothing voice of Mr. Pearce. When I would come home late at night it would be on his radio and he had fallen asleep so I would listen to it and loved it also. I just recently found this website and once again listen. We used to get the program on WMIT in Black Mountain,NC
I was a police officer for 14 years and at one point went through some very difficult times in my personal life. When I was on the 'graveyard shift' I found this program on a local station that carried it and would listen to it while on patrol. I really enjoyed it in those days as it helped me greatly. I'm glad to find it again.
Grant Lillico
So glad to be able to listen to Nightsounds anytime anywhere. Rest in peace, Bill. Your voice lives on here, while you are there with the Lord now.
I had no clue that Mr. Pearce passed away. The show's theme song used to spoke me even as a believer, but now I look forward to listening to this program before I go to bed. GOD is still using this program to minister to me. Although I am young, I love and enjoy the older songs/music. Do keep the program on the air.
George Fowler
I posted this on your facebook page today, and may write a blog on it later. ====== It was a bitter February night in Denver in 1975. A newly minted believer sat on the edge of his bed in a drab apartment seriously considering suicide. Very seriously considering it. For some unknown reason, he reached over and switched on his only real possession, an Emerson clock-radio with a mechanical/digital clock. It was tuned to an easy listening station, and I reached over to switch to another station, but a deep male voice came from the speaker saying "If you are thinking about suicide, don't turn the radio off." I almost leaped out of my skin! That voice belonged to Bill Pearce, and he loved trombones, as I recall. His words were not condemning, nor did he talk down to me. Night after night, I arose at 1am to listen to him, and he guided me through the most empty period of my life, and introduced me to my savior in a real way. I don't know what it was that made me look him up on facebook this day. I am saddened to know he is no longer here. But such is life, and he lives on courtesy of the internet. Thank you for maintaining this page.
I listened to Nightsounds in the '70s and just re-discovered the program this past year. Please keep the programs on the air.
So comforting. I have loved this show since I was a young man. God bless you all for keeping it alive.
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