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The Gettys Celebrate An Irish Christmas

Keith and Kristyn Getty’s latest offers a fresh perspective on the theological significance of the Christmas season.

Casting Crowns’ Well Draws from the Word

Come to the Well yields finely crafted songs that can and probably will soon double as sermon outlines at a church near you.

The One You Need Full of Fatherly Love

The One You Need, the latest studio record from Shane & Shane, reads like a heartfelt letter to their daughters

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • October 13, 2011 |
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West Shares His Heart for Christmas

Matthew West offers his first-ever Christmas collection this year. But it’s not your ordinary set of holiday favorites.

Downhere’s Marc Martel Auditions for Queen

Singing for the Queen is one thing, but Downhere’s Marc Martel might soon be singing for Queen. As in the legendary rock band.

Christmas a Little Lacking in Diverse City

TobyMac’s Christmas in Diverse City—a pop-meets-hip-hop mishmash—certainly does invite some complaints.

David Crowder Band Brings Christmas Joy

While making what will be their last project together, David Crowder Band got sidetracked and made a Christmas album instead.

Relient K Has It Covered on Is for Karaoke

There’s something for everyone on Relient K’s fun, forget-the-coolness-factor covers album, Is for Karaoke.

New Compilation Tells the Greatest Story

From front to back, this album is a theatrical masterpiece that feels more like a movie soundtrack than a compilation.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • September 29, 2011 |
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Switchfoot’s Vice Verses Rocks and Floats

Vice Verses is a jumbo jet of a rock record that has some serious thrust and at the same time can float along quite peacefully.

Fresh Worship Rises on Leeland’s Awakening

The Great Awakening explores issues of faith and offers fresh worship tunes, while discovering fresh sonic landscapes.

Harmony Drives the Wow Factor for Daves Highway

Southern-bred “blood harmony” drives the wow factor for Daves Highway’s sibling trio Erika, Zachary and Delaney Daves.

Be Uplifted by The Love in Between

There’s an ineffable thread of uplift running through much of The Love in Between that lingers after the album is done.

Rachael Lampa Takes on The Sing-Off

What’s a Dove Award-winning solo artist doing competing on NBC’s a cappella group singing series The Sing-Off?

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 19, 2011 |
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A Story is Told by Ghosts Upon the Earth

Gungor’s Ghosts Upon the Earth is a blissfully pensive anthology that is strategically crafted to tell a story.

Get In, I’m Driving Offers a Hopeful Ride

You’ve got to love Ginny Owens’ sense of humor; not many blind artists would name a record Get In, I’m Driving.

Hammitt’s Falling Tear is Personal

Sanctus Real’s Matt Hammitt has a new solo album, inspired by the journey of his son Bowen who was born with a heart defect.

Gray Shines on A Way to See in the Dark

Jason Gray is one of the most underrated singer/songwriters in Christian music. His latest release further proves this point.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • September 08, 2011 |
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Pop Posse Unifies Its Sound on Warr Acres

From subtle nuances to dynamic choruses, the pop-infused posse called Warr Acres maintains a unified, yet multi-faceted sound.

Committed Sings Sacred and Secular on Debut

Now that the hype has simmered, what do the winners of season two of NBC’s The Sing-Off sound like across an entire album?

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