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Michael W. Smith: Going Global

Michael W. Smith has trotted the globe to witness firsthand the plights of the impoverished. It has granted him the inspiration for A New Hallelujah, an epic musical experience recorded before 12,000 worshippers earlier this year.

Missing Pages Includes Unreleased Tracks, Remixes

KJ-52's The Yearbook: Missing Pages is a sequel of sorts to 2007's The Yearbook and provides several unreleased tracks from the recording sessions, plus a handful of remixes.

No Shady Ladies Here

New on the pop music front … Rebecca St. James is thinking about her next music project, had just released her latest book (Pure: A 90-Day Devotional) and is passionate about making quality, family-focused films.

  • Christa A. Banister |
  • November 07, 2008 |
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A Soulful Collection Extended on Mandisa’s Christmas

After last year’s Christmas Joy EP, Mandisa extends her holiday offerings this year on the full-length It’s Christmas. Three of the same songs pop up, but there are plenty of additional tracks in this soulful collection.

A New Sound

The latest in gospel music … “Get Up” from Mary Mary’s The Sound premiered on BET, Darwin Hobbs’ Free has seen great chart success and Dottie Peoples’ Do It is the first offering from her own record label.

It's Christmas the Shane & Shane Way on Glory

It’s the new tunes that stand out as the highlights on Shane & Shane’s first-ever Christmas project, Glory in the Highest. The instrumentation is richer on these tracks, and they are full of the duo’s signature sound.

Haddon Gets His Groove Back on Revealed

After a slight stylistic departure with the 2006 R&B/gospel-soul-infused concept album 7 Days, Deitrick Haddon has found his urban groove again with Revealed, the tenth and arguably boldest album in his eclectic career.

Christmas Is Celebrated on Phelps’ O Holy Night

David Phelps is one busy man. He is pairing up the fall release of his new studio record, The Voice, with a live Christmas extravaganza taped earlier this year: O Holy Night: A Live Holiday Celebration.

New Artist Spotlight: Remedy Drive

Remedy Drive attributes all of its success to the blessings of God and a strong fan base. And after playing 200-plus shows per year, Word Records finally rewarded the band for its efforts, landing one of the most promising new acts of 2008.

Cottrell’s Ring the Bells Overwhelms for the Holidays

If you buy just one holiday record this year, this is it. Ring the Bells is the perfect amalgamation of Cottrell’s artistic abilities and distinct call, which has an overwhelming effect on the listener. Some may call it goose bumps.

Just Regular Guys

What’s happening in pop music? Bebo Norman’s decision to self-title his latest work symbolizes this new beginning and Big Daddy Weave has released its fifth album, What Life Would Be Like (Fervent).

  • Christa A. Banister |
  • October 24, 2008 |
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Faith Hill Keeps It Classic on Joy to the World

Though she could’ve easily constructed this batch for the modern country charts, Faith Hill’s Joy to the World is mostly a classic collection that could sit right beside vocal giants like Natalie Cole or Celine Dion.

Great Gospel on the Horizon

What’s the latest on the gospel horizon? New projects including Deitrick Haddon’s Revealed, Darwin Hobbs’ Free, Mary Mary’s The Stand and Heather Headley’s debut gospel CD due out later this year.

Sadler Headed for Mainstream on Where It Started

Sarah Sadler’s Where It Started simultaneously expands the minds of the mainstream masses on a level to which they can relate, while giving faith-based listeners something a little left of center but still satisfying.

Q&A with The Annie Moses Band

On the heels of recording their first Christmas project, This Glorious Christmas (Reunion Records), The Annie Moses Band answers some holiday questions and shares its Christmas faves.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • October 17, 2008 |
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Casting Crowns’ Peace on Earth Lacks Seasonal Spark

Even with all the energy surrounding a Casting Crowns release, seasonal or otherwise, its first-ever Christmas collection, Peace on Earth, lacks a certain spark that makes the music of this season so transformative.

Sixpence None The Richer: There They Go Again

Leigh Nash and Matt Slocum realized they missed Sixpence None the Richer too much to let it fade into oblivion, so they brought it back last year. They’re now on the verge of releasing their comeback project, The Dawn of Grace.

BarlowGirl Brings Something New Home for Christmas

On BarlowGirl’s first-ever Christmas album, Home for Christmas, the Chicago-bred sister trio highlights some of its previous strengths while exploring an entirely new stylistic pool.

DecembeRadio: Satisfying Sophomoric Rock

“We had some great stuff go on with the first record, but I think the biggest thing over the past two years has been trying to make sure Satisfied is not a sophomore slump,” says DecembeRadio’s Brian Bunn.

Nevertheless Still In the Making on Sophomore Project

For a sophomore effort, In the Making shows that Nevertheless, as a band, is still evolving—a good sign of life in any artist. Everyone needs time to mature. Consider Nevertheless way ahead of the curve.

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