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Jaymes Reunion: The Waiting Game

For fans clamoring for anything new from Jaymes Reunion, good news awaits. It's been a year since The Fine EP dropped, but the second half of 2009 brings another EP and full-length release from the pop quartet.

Sidewalk Prophets Bring the Pop on These Simple Truths

Incredible pop sensibilities are Sidewalk Prophets’ hallmark throughout These Simple Truths, the band’s label debut. Think MercyMe mixed with Brandon Heath to get a good idea of the sounds involved—and the sales possibilities as well.

Relient K: Relient on No One Else

The blank slate facing Matt Thiessen wasn’t daunting in the slightest. Instead, the Relient K front man actually made “having fun” his only rule when it came to recording the band’s new album, Forget and Not Slow Down.

Leeland Stays Vertically Minded on Love Is on the Move

"It's just you and me, Jesus," sings Leeland Mooring on Leeland’s latest album, Love Is on the Move. The statement serves as a proper introduction to an incredibly vertical album—and fans shouldn't expect anything different.

Bethany Dillon: Married to Her Calling

Bethany Dillon bloomed early with an independent disc at 13 years of age. Now, at 21, she's married to Shane Barnard—of Shane and Shane fame—and is releasing her fourth proper studio album, Stop and Listen.

Pillar: Road Confessional

Though Pillar plays hardball on stage each night, front man Rob Beckley admits a typical day on tour consists of "sitting around 23 hours so you can play one." For inquiring minds, here’s what these rockers do during a "day in the life."

Diversity and Controversy Shake Up Stockholm Syndrome

While the incredibly candid lyrical expositions follow in Derek Webb’s signature style, anyone who approaches this project hoping for the folksy, organic instrumentation is bound to be disappointed—but pleasantly surprised nonetheless.

Leeland: Following Love

With a passionate purpose, a collection of stunning new and a desire to serve, Leeland models the pursuit of a love in constant motion and is taking dirty hands and a message to the world: Faith without works is dead.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • October 01, 2009 |
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Dream Becomes Reality on Melinda Watts' People Get Ready

Soulfully combining the vocal range and agility of Yolanda Adams, the fiery energy of Mary Mary and the pastoral growl of Gospel’s First Lady, Shirley Caesar, People Get Ready proves Melinda Watts is no amateur.

Q&A with Skillet: Saving One Panhead at a Time

One of the most commercially successful and critically lauded bands in Christian music today, Skillet is famous for their tight connection with fans, affectionately calling their most loyal crew "Panheads."

Less Rock, More Pop Found on Britt Nicole's Lost

This go-round, Britt Nicole tames her inner rocker chick and steps up the ladylike charm, personified by the album’s cover shot. Not that the cover always dictates the music, but for Nicole, The Lost Get Found is a subtle makeover.

Skillet's Hard-Hitting Messages Stay Awake

Rather than shying away from the taboo topics facing kids today, Skillet always goes in for the kill, screaming hope and hitting hard on the heart of the matter. And the band’s latest project, Awake, is no exception.

Derek Webb: To Kill a Mockingbird

In part one of a two-part CCM exclusive, Derek Webb talks about Stockholm Syndrome's musical shift and why he'd prefer to be on a label in spite of the ruckus, because after all, business is just business.

Dark Vibe Pervades Aaron Shust's Take Over

Aaron Shust produces the same commercial mega-draw as Chris Tomlin, but with a darker vibe. And it carries throughout Take Over, where it feels like life is lived a bit deeper than in most other modern worship offerings.

Britt Nicole: Standing Out

Britt Nicole's sophomore release comes forth with a clear message of evangelism. It's a sign she's growing in her own spiritual walk and her artistry with the title track, "The Lost Get Found," displaying serving as the best evidence.

More Memorable Sing-Alongs in Daughtry's Town

Besides a few acoustic numbers, there are enough songs on Leave This Town to keep things interesting for the thousands destined to see Daughtry in the next couple of years in amphitheatres and stadiums nationwide.

Q&A with Project 86

No matter what the audience, Project 86’s innovative sound and spiritually-centered mindset remains the same, which as front man Andrew Schwab explains, is amongst the most urgent and relevant to date.

Hillsong Builds Up the Church with Tear Down the Walls

Tear Down the Walls definitely further defines the band’s aptitude for creating relevant worship music for the church. And considering that is their explicit aim, I’m not sure what more we can ask from this fine Aussie collective.

Travis Cottrell: Redirecting the Spotlight

As the staple worship leader for Beth Moore’s seismic Living Proof Bible study events, it’s Travis Cottrell’s friendly demeanor and impeccably crafted church music that attracts a rapidly growing number of spiritual seekers each year.

She Colors My Day Reveals Amy Grant's Direction

While not the full-length album longtime fans have been salivating for since 2003’s Simple Things, this Mother’s Day-themed EP does provide a glimpse into Amy Grant’s current direction through two new tunes.

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