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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Family Matters on Remedy Drive’s Daylight

Even though the members of Remedy Drive all have a natural chemistry with one another given their bonds of literal brotherhood, they were performing over 200 shows a year in and around Lincoln, Neb., long before scoring a record deal.

Love Like This a Safer Second Outing

Though accessibility isn’t a negative trait, singer/songwriter Ayiesha Woods seems slightly watered down on her second effort, Love Like This. Though not as potent, its safer, radio-ready formulas are still in fine form.

Gungor’s Ancient Skies Ready for the Masses

The Michael Gungor Band’s independent disc wowed, placing Gungor on the fast track to Christian radio and church worship sets everywhere. Now, Brash Music stands ready to introduce the Colorado band to the masses.

Damita’s Sharper Than Ever on No Looking Back

After seven long years since her debut on Atlantic Records, Damita’s No Looking Back reveals a confident songstress whose style is still refreshing and whose musical skills are sharper than ever.

  • Monica P. Watkins |
  • September 26, 2008 |
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Millard Repeats Classic Format on Hymned Again

It’s not every day a multi-platinum selling “ccm” artist sidesteps his worldwide career to release a hymns record. But MercyMe’s Bart Millard has taken the time to do just that, again, with Hymned Again.

Around the Bend Likely Randy Travis’ Choicest Album

As other veteran artists’ careers autopilot, their recorded material becomes weak and dated. So, it is remarkable then that Randy Travis, after 25 years of making music, has likely recorded his choicest album to date.

Revolution Marks Brouwer’s Best Work to Date

Matt Brouwer hasn’t simply reinvented himself on Where’s Our Revolution. Instead, it seems he has tapped into the songwriter within. It’s his best work to date with songs showcasing a greater depth and wider scope.

  • Jackie A. Chapman |
  • September 18, 2008 |
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Tomlin Plugs in to Heavier Sound on Hello Love

Hello Love, Chris Tomlin’s fifth studio LP, furthers his impressive discography, yet leans away from previous efforts. And the inclination toward a heavier sound receives this critic’s applause.

Stronger Has Difficulty Standing Out

There is no doubt Tammy Trent’s fifth record will find its place alongside Natalie Grant and Avalon in the catalogs of hard-core pop fans. But with so much music available, it is difficult for new projects to differentiate from one another.

The Katinas Meld Worship and Rock on Still

Steadily working through 10 tracks that tribute both the corporate worship element of 2002’s Lifestyle and the rock influence of 2003’s Roots, the band of brothers coalesce a cohesive pop/rock collection on Still.

On Satisfied, DecembeRadio Rocks with Self-Assurance

On their sophomore CD, Satisfied, DecembeRadio comes across with more self-assurance and blissfully controlled chaos than on its already exceptional GRAMMY-nominated/Dove Award-winning self-titled debut.

  • Andy Argyrakis |
  • September 04, 2008 |
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Ten Shekel Shirt Celebrates a Return with Jubilee

Before returning from his recent musical sabbatical, Ten Shekel Shirt front man Lamont Hiebert focused on another calling and passion: forming Love146, a nonprofit dedicated to helping end child slavery and exploitation.

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.

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