Posts Tagged ‘christian’

Every Child Is Beautiful Tour

Tour launches October 1st and will run through November 22nd, and will feature such high-profile artists as Kutless, Mark Schultz, Rush Of Fools, and more…

Christian Entertainer Julie Elias Preps for Release of New CD

Before her new album, Unbroken, releases, Julie Elias is set to release the project’s first single to Christian radio, “Home”.

Jason Crabb Set To Release New Album, Whatever The Road

Jason Crabb will release his first album with Reunion Records this September 18, Whatever The Road.

Matt Redman’s ‘Unbroken Praise’ Tops Billboard Christian Albums Chart

Unbroken Praise, the newest release from double-GRAMMY ® winner Matt Redman, has garnered the top spot on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart.

Jimmy Needham Premieres "Forever and Ever, Amen" Lyric Video

Needham’s re-imagined pop version of this Randy Travis hit is featured on his new album, ‘Vice & Virtue’. Watch the video here.

David Dunn To Release New Full Length Album, ‘Crystal Clear’

This 13-track project is set to drop on June 23 and is the follow up album to his first EP of the same name, which was released last year.

Colton Dixon Dedicates "Through All Of It" Music Video To Charleston Church on FoxNews.com

Colton Dixon Dedicates “Through All Of It” Music Video To Charleston Church As It Premieres On FoxNews.com

ALL THINGS NEW Set To Release New Album September 25

Their single, “Can’t Hold Me Down” is the second most added song at AC Radio as well as New & Active on the National Audience chart, and is currently available to download.

Don’t Censor Me by Audio Adrenaline – "Don’t Censor Me" (or Audio A)

As one of the premier CCM bands of the 1990’s, Audio Adrenaline has gained a loyal following over the years. Though their popularity skyrocketed after “Big House” debuted on Don’t Censor Me, Audio A had a rough start with their first and self-titled album from ForeFront Records in 1992. At first, they had an almost hip-hop vibe, like fellow band dcTalk, but eventually they evolved into a rock band, starting with Bloom.

Audio Adrenaline by Audio Adrenaline – More Like "Audio Assault On My Ears"

As one of the premier CCM bands of the 1990’s, Audio Adrenaline has gained a loyal following over the years. Though their popularity skyrocketed after “Big House” debuted on Don’t Censor Me, Audio A had a rough start with their first and self-titled album from ForeFront Records in 1992. At first, they had an almost hip-hop vibe, like fellow band dcTalk, but eventually they evolved into a rock band, starting with Bloom. This was followed by Some Kind of Zombie in 1997, Underdog in 1999, Lift in 2001, Worldwide in 2003, and Until My Heart Caves In in 2005

Reborn by Finding Favour – Finding Their Footing

Having gained a massive following with their wildly successful song “Say Amen” (which earned southern gospel group Brian Free Assurance several 2015 Dove Awards for their cover rendition), Gotee Records act Finding Favour is finally unveiling their much anticipated full length debut, Reborn. What Works:  Bright musical moments pop onto the scene like splatters of color across a white canvas. The techno pop opening of “Refuge” leads into a silky worship tune, reminiscent of current Phil Wickham stylings.

Looks Fragile After All by August Burns Red – Looks Fragile After All ABR

If you’ve heard of metalcore, then you’ve probably heard of August Burns Red. The Lancaster quintet has gained much respect and quite a following among the metalcore fans of the world. Their style is continually changing in an effort to keep the genre, or at least their music, interesting. As lead guitarist J.B. Brubaker said, “I feel like anyone who can pick up and play a guitar and learn to play a metalcore riff and any drummer who can learn to play a thrash beat over a breakdown is doing it .”[1] right around the

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