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Until June: A Place of Their Own

They rode to the top of the charts for 28 straight weeks, but you may have never heard of Until June. Of course, those charts were the pop charts in Greece, so perhaps it makes sense that the L.A. piano-pop trio slipped under your listening radar.

Jonny Diaz Debuts with More Beautiful You

On his debut More Beautiful You, Jonny Diaz churns out a stalwart set of tracks, starting with the single “More Beautiful You.” It’s a track promoting a not-so-original message about true beauty, but nonetheless still has a delightful hook.

  • Grace S. Cartwright |
  • August 11, 2009 |
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9 Questions with Abandon

In this latest installment of “9 Questions with,” asks Ben Olin of This Beautiful Republic to interview Abandon’s Josh Engler about the great state of Texas, life on the road and what CDs get the most playing time in the van.

Christy Nockels Shines on Life Light Up

While her work with Watermark should be remembered, Life Light Up takes Christy Nockels’ work as a worship leader to a brand-new level. Her voice is as pure as it is powerful, beautifully matching the spirit of each song.

9 Questions with Philmont

This Beautiful Republic's Ben gets the inside scoop on Philmont, an impressive new act on ForeFront Records. Philmont front man Scott Taube answers Olin's questions in this very special artist-to-artist interview.

Ginny Owens Reworks Hymns, Spirituals on Say Amen

Ten years after releasing Without Condition and winning “New Artist of the Year” at the Dove Awards, Ginny Owens preps Say Amen—a collection of re-conceptualized hymns and spirituals and her best work since her debut.

9 Questions with Sarah Reeves

It takes one songwriter to dig deep into the soul of another. Britt Nicole serves as our latest interviewer as CMCentral recently asked various artists to interview one another. In this interview, Britt talks with new worship artist Sarah Reeves.

Everyday Sunday's Best Night Yields Best Work Yet

Two statements are true concerning Everyday Sunday's Best Night of Our Lives. First, the guys are clearly settled in their artistic skin. Second, they’re having as much fun as ever. These two facets combine to create the band's best work yet.

Reconnecting with ... Jason Crabb

After The Crabb Family announced its retirement in 2007, it was inevitable that the career of frequent soloist/unofficial leader Jason Crabb would continue outside the family act. His self-titled debut released last month on the Spring Hill label.

Watkins Finds Her Voice Beyond Nickel Creek

Less than a year after Nickel Creek called it quits, two of the three members released projects with new musical collaborations. Completing the group’s musical reintegration, Sara Watkins readies her musical prowess for the masses via a sweet solo collection.

Summer Playlist

Between school letting out, vacation planning in full swing and countless music tours hitting the road, it’s officially time for some fun in the sun, enhanced all the more by the perfect playlist.

Beauty and Frustration Found In the Hands of God

There is beauty and there is frustration in newsboys’ In the Hands of God. Often capable of so much more, most of the legendary band’s latest consists of done-before lyrical turns or comfortable musical structures.

New Artist Spotlight: Kari Jobe

I first heard about Kari Jobe from my old friend Ed Cash, the producer on her self-titled debut record (Integrity Music). It’s great to see new talent in the worship realm—especially from such a godly woman.

City of Black & White Marks Kearney’s Best Work

Much like The Fray front man Isaac Slade’s urgent vocal and almost mournful arrangements, Mat Kearney’s acoustic stylings on City of Black & White are painfully honest, moving and his best work to date.

  • Grace S. Cartwright |
  • June 30, 2009 |
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Social Justice Spotlight: Press Play

With its debut record chiming in at No. 2 on the Christian sales charts and No. 45 on Billboard’s Top 200, high-profile media and a massive digital presence, Press Play’s street week press release reads like a new artist dream.

Doolittle Makes Retro Modern on Coming Back to You

Boasting vintage strings, dirty tambourines, chiming bells, one perfectly placed horn hit after another and the funkiest three-part background vocals this side of the ’60s, Coming Back to You is completely retro but brilliantly modern.

Q&A with Christy Nockels

Dove Award-winning Christy Nockels (best known for her work with husband Nathan in Watermark) is back with Life Light Up, a solo effort and her first album bowing on sixsteps records.

Plenty to Like with Shorter-Length Travel

Though there’s plenty to like across all six tunes of Future of Forestry’s Travel EP, one can’t help but feel like its 27-minute time limit is somewhat of a tease. A follow-up scheduled to release this fall will no doubt expand the band’s already-fervent indie rock audience.

Pop Goes Yellow Cavalier on Self-Titled EP

Yellow Cavalier is filling the void. With a dazzling debut EP, the tidy quartet is marketing themselves as not just an answer to the boy band drought, but rather an active response to a rich legacy of “ccm” pop/rock.

Newsboys: The Way They Roll

In this exclusive newsboys interview, new front man Michael Tait, along with Jeff Frankenstein and Duncan Phillips, discuss the recent line-up changes, the new album (In the Hands of God) and the band’s new direction.

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