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Christian Music - Reviews, News, Interviews

Ronnie Freeman: Rocketown's New Piano Man

Is Ronnie Freeman the next Michael W. Smith?

Commissioned Back in the Saddle With Reunion Live

29-track live set captures the groundbreaking gospel group at its best.

  • Andrea R. Williams |
  • April 20, 2002 |
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Tonex Takes A Deep Breath With O2

Phenomenal project deftly bridges multiple genres.

  • Andrea R. Williams |
  • April 19, 2002 |
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Second Skin: Songs of Love for the Living God

The latest from Ashley Cleveland is an unapologetic rock gospel record, and one of the best.

Tesh Goes Deeper on Faith

John Tesh turns to praise and worship songs on his latest release, A Deeper Faith.

Sprinkle's Bareface: Lonesome Lyrics, Flaws and All

Aaron Sprinkle's latest wraps great music around passable lyrics.

Traveling: A Light Touch

The latest compilation from producer Steve Hindalong is a bit too much of a good thing.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 26, 2002 |
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BeBe Brings It Live And Up Close

From beginning to end, BeBe has outdone himself on Live And Up Close.

  • Andrea R. Williams |
  • February 25, 2002 |
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Woody Rock's Music: Gospel and Hip-Hop, Hand in Hand

Woody Rock brings a sweet hip-hop/gospel touch to his debut project, Soul Music.

Lawrence Strikes Gold on Go Get Your Life Back

Inspiring recording encourages trust in God when times get tough.

  • Andrea R. Williams |
  • February 23, 2002 |
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Rivertribe: Worship With a Down-Under Twist

A standout recording among the plethora of worship CDs, but not without its drawbacks.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 22, 2002 |
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Chapman's Live Out Loud Tour Was Everything But Quiet

Always one to put on a good show, Steven Curtis Chapman did not disappoint during his March 1 show.

The O.C. Supertones: Live at Last

Energetic California band sings ska, worship songs on its first live CD.

Deyo Steps Out With Saturate

Solo effort is backed by talented, inventive band.

Thrive: Imaginative Music From the Newsboys

Producer Steve Taylor gives added kick to the latest from the Newsboys.

Something More: Something to Celebrate

Is it a dance album? An introspective take on the Christian life? Or something not easily labeled?

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • February 17, 2002 |
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Fusebox Finds Its Way on Lost in Worship

Lost In Worship will have you singing along within the first few seconds.

St. James Brings Fresh Twist to Familiar Worship

Rebecca St. James mixes classic hymns with modern worship songs on Worship God.

David Crowder Band: Praise From Waco, Texas

The band's music will appeal to older teenagers and 20-somethings seeking modern praise and worship.

Inspired Writing Infuses The Eleventh Hour

Jars of Clay returns with its best album to date.

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