Posts Tagged ‘christian’

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The Push and Pull – EP by Andrea McCaffrey – The Birth of the Concept EP?

Andrea McCaffrey has released her debut solo EP, The Push and Pull, but she’s by no means a newcomer to music. A longtime worship leader–and current leader at a megachurch in the Indianapolis area–she got her start in garage bands as a teenager.  After experiencing a number of challenges, transitions and heartaches in the past few years, McCaffrey felt the need to express her journey of doubt and faith, and the result is The Push and Pull. It’s an honest project birthed out of McCaffrey’s heart, and supported by an army of musicians, friends and Kickstarter backers. 

Integrity Music’s Danilo Montero Wins Latin GRAMMY Award

11.25.14 – for Best Christian Album…

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Join the Triumph by Citizens & Saints – Original Sound

Wonderful, upbeat, Biblical, and well produced. The entire album is excellent. Listening straight through the album is a joy, causing one to get up and praise God, slowing where it’s natural, then raising you back to your feet in louder worship, ending with a techno/house remix of Made Alive from their previous album. Citizens & Saints have a new name (formerly Citizens) and a renewed sound, going for a much more electronic mix than previous albums while still retaining their rock roots

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I Will Trust by Fred Hammond – Fred Has Done It Again

Many people refer to Fred Hammond as simply Fred, because he gives that cool and down-to-earth vibe. He has graced our tape players, CD Players and now smartphones for years now. He still remains relevant and ministers. He’s back with I Will Trust. As I take a listen, I’m thinking, “What is happening, here?” I hear the guitar riffs, the retro 1980s sound, the background vocals of PamKenyon Logan, Lehman Gray, Destiny McGill and more.

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Midnight Clear: A Solid State Christmas Compilation by Various Artists – Christmas – Not a real review, but something pretty funny…

So, this isn’t a formal review of this album, but rather something I think is pretty funny. I sampled Midnight Clear on Amazon while reading the Amazon customer reviews. Sometimes Amazon accidently merges reviews for products with similar names. Check out some of the reviews for “Midnight Clear” on Amazon. They’re all about how the album is “peaceful,” “calming,” and “good to listen to in the background when having guests over for holiday gatherings.” There’s even a review that says they use the album to help their daughter go to sleep at night.

for KING & COUNTRY’s “Matter” Delivers Respect and Honor Message

for KING & COUNTRY’s song “Matter” from their album, RUN WILD. LIVE FREE. LOVE STRONG. Delivers “Respect & Honor” Message / Message Reinforced During “YOU MATTER – THE TOUR” That Logs­ 28 Sold-Out Events / The Tennessean Thanksgiving Day Cover Story / and more…

Two New Music Videos from VERIDIA!

Check out the music videos, “Furious Love” & “Disconnected” by VERIDIA!

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Midnight Clear: A Solid State Christmas Compilation by Various Artists – Holiday Headbanging

Although Christmas music has become an integral part of the yearly cycle of the music industry as a whole, this is a trend that has largely left listeners of harder music in the cold. Due to the seasonal stereotypes of silent nights and caroling choirs, few attempts have been made to bridge the gap between those images and the world of metal and hardcore music. This year Solid State sets out to bridge the gap with a special Christmas compilation from some of the biggest names in heavy music.

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Midnight Clear: A Solid State Christmas Compilation by Various Artists – Christmas – Holiday Headbanging

Although Christmas music has become an integral part of the yearly cycle of the music industry as a whole, this is a trend that has largely left listeners of harder music in the cold. Due to the seasonal stereotypes of silent nights and caroling choirs, few attempts have been made to bridge the gap between those images and the world of metal and hardcore music. This year Solid State sets out to bridge the gap with a special Christmas compilation from some of the biggest names in heavy music.

Weekly Radio Program, Soul2Soul, Celebrates 20th Anniversary

11.23.14 – Christian Radio’s Longest-Running One-Hour Weekly Program…

Tenth Avenue North’s "Cathedrals" Debuts At No. 1 on Charts

11.23.14 – Billboard and iTunes Christian Charts…

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Ixora by Copeland – Copeland: Revisited

The indie pop rock stylings of Copeland were a staple in the libraries of alternative music fans a decade ago. Albums like Beneath Medicine Tree, In Motion and Dressed Up and In Line, although exhibiting a softer sound, were favorites in the post-emo rock arena. Frontman Aaron Marsh became even better known through collaborations with other bands from that scene, including mid-2000s heavyweights Underoath and Anberlin. After fittingly joining forces with Tooth & Nail to release 2008’s You Are My Sunshine, Copeland made the surprising announcement in late 2009 that they were affably parting ways. At the time, the

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