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Brandon Heath: Finding the Sound

It’s refreshing to talk to an artist like Brandon Heath about his music because there’s no pretense—just an honest, ordinary guy offering his heart and reflections. Find out more about his latest project, What If We.

This Beautiful Republic Sharpens Its Perceptions

Considerable time on tour appears to have sharpened This Beautiful Republic’s skills even further. Front man Ben Olin appears even more confident behind the microphone, as he churns out a series of stadium ready choruses.

Meet Francesca Battistelli

Though the name Francesca Battistelli might not have reached household familiarity just yet, the singer/songwriter is off to an impressive start with her Fervent Records debut, My Paper Heart.

Girl Rock Done Right on Barrettsmith’s Debut

In an age of female rocker clones who’ve either idolized Avril Lavigne or Kelly Clarkson, it’s refreshing to find a singer/songwriter/guitarist who really plugs in with power, while putting her own introspective pen to paper.

Critically Speaking: Michael W. Smith & Ryan Smith

What do a famous Christian music singer/songwriter and a feature film company have in common? On the surface, not much. However, veteran artist Michael W. Smith is meddling in more than just music these days.

Remedy Club Tour Edition Relives Concert Experience

Last year the David Crowder Band’s Remedy club outing sold out 19 shows along the way. Now, those wanting to relive the experience can do so in both audio and visual formats with Remedy Club Tour Edition.

Big Daddy Weave: Great Expectations

Mike Weaver doesn’t really know how he got to where he is today. As one-fifth of Big Daddy Weave, one of Christian music’s most endearing bands, he readily admits, “I don’t think we’ve ever known what we were doing.”

The Altar and the Door Live Found Lacking

Despite the original The Altar and the Door project having 10 studio cuts (with two bonus tracks), this new double-disc live set only includes eight performances, which means the entire album isn’t represented.

Grant's Lead Me On Still Fresh After 20 Years

Twenty years after its initial distribution, Amy Grant combs the vault to release Lead Me On: The 20th Anniversary Edition, archiving some of ‘ccm’s most revered and honest recordings on her first project for EMI.

Nicole C. Mullen: Daring to Dream

Drawing inspiration from Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech, Nicole C. Mullen’s A Dream to Believe In returns the innovative singer/songwriter to her self-described “funkabilly” roots.

Sonflowerz Shows a Sunny Side All Over the World

Though The Sonflowerz doesn't reinvent the pop-rock wheel across the latest effort's 11 cuts, there's an appealing sunny side to its acoustic-centered craftsmanship, making it particularly enjoyable in summertime settings.

Pop and Brit Rock Reign Above the Golden State

Pulling together a wide range of influences as diverse as Weezer to Delirious, the freshman players known as Above the Golden State plug in with a mixture of melodic pop and Brit-rock on their debut.

New Artist Spotlight: Capital Lights

“Nothing stays the same” goes the old, familiar saying, and Capital Lights embodies that ideal as well as any. The Tulsa-based pop/rock act used to be a screamo/hardcore band, but now they’ve gone pop.

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.

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