What music reviews were the most read at Crosswalk.com in 2011? Find out what readers were listening to and which albums made the top 20 list.



1. Experimentation Pays Off on Owl City’s Latest
Childlike wonder may still be the order of the day, but Owl City’s Adam Young also isn’t afraid to branch out into new musical territory.
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2. Get In, I’m Driving Offers a Hopeful Ride
You’ve got to love Ginny Owens’ sense of humor, as not many blind artists would name a record Get In, I’m Driving.
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3. Casting Crowns’ Well Draws from the Word
Come to the Well yields finely crafted songs that can and probably will soon double as sermon outlines at a church near you.
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4. Forward-Thinking re:creation Looks Back
If you’ve ever liked Steven Curtis Chapman, his forward-thinking re:creation will make you like him even more.
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5. Harmony Drives the Wow Factor for Daves Highway
Southern-bred “blood harmony” drives the wow factor for Daves Highway’s sibling trio Erika, Zachary and Delaney Daves.
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6. Maclean Gets Our Attention on Debut
In an effort to appeal to the masses, a certain degree of individuality has been sacrificed on Dara Maclean’s debut.
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7. Committed Sings Sacred and Secular on Debut
Now that the hype has simmered, what do the winners of season two of NBC’s The Sing-Off sound like across an entire album?
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8. Love Is Waiting Tears Down the Walls
It is said Danen Kane can "tear down the walls between traditional worship songs and songs about everyday life.”
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