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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?

A Third World Symphony for a Fresh Season

Shaun Groves’ work with Compassion International has yielded a new album and what seems like a fresh season in his career.

Where Would I Be Ranks High in Worship

As a debut rock/worship record, Patrick Ryan Clark’s Where Would I Be ranks high in a crowded modern worship genre.

Mission Accomplished On the Altar of Love

A collection that’s both contemplative and exuberant, this modern rock offering is one of the most accomplished of the year.

Faith Fuels This is What We Believe

On This is What We Believe, it’s clear singer-songwriter Aaron Shust believes what he’s singing because he’s lived it.

Good Times to Be Had with Groovy

Denver & The Mile High Orchestra’s Groovy places emphasis on the groove, the whole groove, and nothing but the groove.

Forward-Thinking re:creation Looks Back

If you’ve ever liked Steven Curtis Chapman, his forward-thinking re:creation will make you like him even more.

Positive Beats is Beckah Shae’s Destiny

On Destiny, Beckah Shae gives Top 40 heavyweights Katy Perry, Britney Spears and Rihanna a run for their money.

Maclean Gets Our Attention on Debut

In an effort to appeal to the masses, a certain degree of individuality has been sacrificed on Dara Maclean’s debut.

Everything Burns Not So Brightly

There’s a hopeful if overdramatic tone to Everything Burns. The promising talent shown here might yet burn brighter.

Thirteen Years Later, Burlap to Cashmere is Back

A reunion of Steven Delopoulos, John Philippidis and Theodore Pagano has yielded an album 13 years in the making.

Come Down Another Fernando Ortega Triumph

Come Down, O Love Divine is a triumph for Fernando Ortega and a treat for those who appreciate his perspective.

Live Worship Offered with 10,000 Reasons

Like his 2004 effort titled Facedown, Matt Redman recorded 10,000 Reasons during a live worship event.

Love is Waiting Tears Down the Walls

It is said Danen Kane can "tear down the walls between traditional worship songs and songs about everyday life.”

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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