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This Is Our God Introduces Hillsong's Newest Faces

Though names like Darlene Zschech and Reuben Morgan are familiar for Hillsong fans and followers, This Is Our God introduces several new praise leaders and songwriters in hopes of expanding the audience even further.

Vertical and Artful Expressions Found On the Blue

The modern worship scene is oftentimes overly cluttered with artists who cover the same songs or copy a successful formula, which is why Joel Auge’s American debut, On the Blue, is so refreshing.

Third Day: Bold Revelation

“What was funny with this record is that we got everything we could have wanted,” says Third Day’s bassist Tai Anderson of the band’s brand-new studio project, Revelation (Essential).

Seabird Gives Wings to Pleasant But Generic Brit-Rock

Though Seabird’s instrumental originality is lacking on their debut, members do paint a more personal brush stroke in the songwriting department—ranging from topics of struggle to loss to a wide spectrum of relationships.

Hard Not to Sing Along with Here We Go Again

Here We Go Again, the sophomore project from tween group pureNRG, is purely infectious. Whether young or old, it’s hard for a listener not to start singing along to this CD of positive power pop.

Sanctus Real Answers Your Questions

During GMA Week this year, Sparrow Records’ band Sanctus Real chatted with fans just like YOU. Here’s the full transcript of the questions and answers about their latest project, We Need Each Other, and much, much more.

Jones Gets Down to Kingdom Business with Slick R&B

Like Usher and Chris Brown, Canton Jones is an R&B crooner who favors slick urban grooves and smooth serenading—not to the ladies, but their Maker. The sound’s been done before in the mainstream, but it’s a novelty in Christian music.

The Rubyz Yields a Gem Here and There

Although they boast production from Chris Omartian (Jump5, Hilary Duff) and Joy Williams, The Rubyz is hit and miss as far as quality and musicianship, but the positive message the songs carry will resonate with tweens.

Meredith Andrews: You're Not Alone

Recording and songwriting are not the only roles set before Meredith Andrews to fill. As a newlywed, a worship leader, a sister and a daughter, Meredith seeks to make room at the table for more.

Country Music Vet Achieves Dream with I Turn to You

Last year, Richie McDonald left his 12-year post as Lonestar’s award-winning front man to fulfill a lifelong dream of recording an album focused on faith. His first solo release, I Turn to You, converts that dream into a reality.

Self-Titled Effort Shows Stacey Has a Ways to Go

Most listeners remember Phil Stacey because of his version of Keith Urban’s “Where the Blacktop Ends” on American Idol, when it became clear his voice was destined for country crooning.

New Artist Spotlight: Seabird

Seabird have been waiting for their big break for some time now. Their strong piano-pop record is begging to be heard, but numerous industry issues kept things from moving forward.

Cindy Morgan Converses with Song on Beautiful Bird

Listen to Beautiful Bird on purpose—and with the intent of walking away like you just sat on the porch and had a deep conversation with Cindy Morgan about life, love and how God is utterly interwoven into the fabric of every piece.

Schlitt Returns to Solo Work with The Grafting

Thankfully for fans, a classic rocker rarely stays silent. Picking up where 1996’s Unfit for Swine left off, Schlitt releases The Grafting, soaring through 10 new recordings that service the legacy he began over 20 years ago.

Kutless: More Alive than Ever

With their newest project, To Know That You're Alive, the five Oregon natives known as Kutless prove that there’s more to their composition than just rock. They’re out to prove the heart behind the music, too.

  • Grace S. Cartwright |
  • July 02, 2008 |
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Manafest Raps for All People on Citizens Activ

Canadian-bred rapper Manafest (aka Chris Greenwood) turns in his third national release with Citizens Activ, with a meaningful soundtrack he can just as easily take to church youth group kids as he can the inner city streets.

Colors and Sounds Trades Up to Clever and Edgier

On Colors and Sounds, string-based Canadian trio Article One leaves behind rote pop anthems and trades them in for clever, edgier songs that offer layers of textures and instrumental moments.

Reconnecting with ... Phil Keaggy

Phil Keaggy is honoring the 30-year milestone of 1978’s wordless The Master and The Musician on tour, in its entirety. The classic collection is recreated with seven additional musicians on string, percussion and reed instruments.

Modern Worship Gets Soulful on The Bridge

It’s somewhat disheartening that the bulk of The Bridge is drawn from the most cited pages of the modern worship playbook, but that’s where Anthony Evans’ heart lies. Thankfully, he and his backup vocalists are as soulful as ever.

Weber's Promise Revealed on World of Wonder

Jenn Weber moved to Nashville four years ago to pursue her musical career. Now, her full-length debut, World of Wonder, reveals the promise that leads one to take the courageous step to move away from home.

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