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Chorus a Solid Start for Revive

Revive’s debut disc, Chorus of the Saints, is off to a fairly solid start and already has some extra industry attention courtesy of Third Day. Front man Mac Powell co-produced this particular project.

Story Behind the Song: "Still My God"

In honor of their Greatest Hits project which just hit store shelves, we asked Jeremi Richardson, Avalon’s newest member, to share the story behind “Still My God”—their newest single.

Bluebird EP Good for New and Old Alike

Bluebird is a proper introduction for new Randall Goodgame listeners, as well as a fond return to form for the Square Peg Alliance member. And the six songs here stand as some of Goodgame’s best work to date.

Joy Williams: Back and Better Than Ever

The popular female vocalist has taken up playing her own instrument, expanded her songwriter's palette and abandoned the traditional label—all in an effort to be true to herself and create art on her own terms.

Esterlyn Keeps a Creative Indie Feel with Meaning

Presenting a creative indie feel without forfeiting tight production and articulate songs, Esterlyn’s Mending the Meaning offers stripped-down guitars, gentle pianos, crisp banjos and textured percussion that beautifully hang on every lyric.

Reconnecting with … Twila Paris

When it comes to Christian music luminaries, Twila Paris is toward the top of the list thanks to church classics like "He Is Exalted," "The Warrior Is a Child" and "God Is in Control," which are just a handful of her jaw-dropping 33 chart toppers.

House of Heroes Rises Above on The End

Between introspective moments and slightly left-of-center subsections, The End Is Not the End isn’t just a metaphor for eternity, but also a band rising above its behind-the-scenes circumstances to craft a promising project.

STORY BEHIND THE SONG: "The Motions"

Does your faith journey ever have desert seasons? I think one of the greatest challenges in actively living out a relationship with Christ on earth is to avoid the trap of simply going through the motions. That’s why I wrote this song.

Red: Basic Instincts

On the eve of releasing Red’s sophomore album, Innocence and Instinct, CMCentral got the latest from the band to discuss its success, its schedule and the tragic accident that gave the members perspective inside it all.

Jobe's Worship Talents Shine on Self-Titled Debut

With producer Ed Cash’s (Chris Tomlin, Bethany Dillon) competent hands at the creative controls, Kari Jobe’s self-titled debut seeks to establish her as more than just a worship leader, but also as a fully-equipped artist.

New Artist Spotlight: MIKESCHAIR

This month, Brandon Heath interviews "one of my favorite bands in the whole world" ... brand-new (brand-new as in the band's album doesn't release till summer!) Curb recording artist MIKESCHAIR.

CompassionArt Q&A with Chris Tomlin

Chris Tomlin shares about his experience with CompassionArt, a new multi-artist project launched by the Littlehampton, England-based charity of the same name. All royalties received are being donated to the poorest of the poor.

The Fray Returns with a Deeper Faith Focus

After nearly four years of touring, multi-platinum sales and hitting the charts with no less than five prominent singles, The Fray is back with an even more inspirational outpouring on a self-titled sophomore effort.

Julian Drive Debuts with My Coming Day

Though there's nothing out-of-the-box on My Coming Day, it is no wonder why these guys are in such high demand, especially among youthful listeners. This may be the first you've heard of Julian Drive, but it won't be the last.

Out with the Old, in with the … Old

Singer-songwriter Jason Gray shares how even though a new year symbolizes “new” and starting fresh, it’s all the old things from the last year that give this year meaning and help us to make clear-headed decisions for the future.

Red Breaks Through with Innocence & Instinct

Following 2006’s GRAMMY-nominated End of Silence, Red toured with many mainstream acts while also scoring a slew of secular singles. No wonder anticipation for the band’s second project has been building to a fever pitch.

Reconnecting with … Take 6

GRAMMY Award and Dove Award-winning act Take 6 has never been a stranger to adding some jazz into its a cappella journey throughout its 20-year stretch. But the group’s latest CD marks its first ever full-time foray into the jazz genre.

New and Noteworthy Artists of 2009 - Part 1

Who will be the next Michael W. Smith? The next Amy Grant? The next Israel Houghton? Or the next Third Day? Find out who are the brand-new artists of 2009 and learn more about their upcoming projects.

Friends and Neighbors Come Together in Fiction Family

Fiction Family, the moniker and album, represents Jon Foreman’s latest side project, collaborating with fellow SoCal native Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek) to create an album that’s exactly what you thought it’d be.

New Artist Spotlight: Julian Drive

Brandon Heath is the reigning Gospel Music Association’s “New Artist of the Year.” His monthly “New Artist Spotlight” from CCMmagazine.com will introduce you to new artists hitting the scene. This month he talks with Julian Drive.

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