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  • Doyle Lawson Comments on His New Album "Burden Bearer" in This Exclusive Interview

    Bluegrass Hall of Fame member Doyle Lawson is well known for high standards in every aspect of his musical career. Burden Bearer is the latest example of the exquisite precision in vocals, harmony and musicianship of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver.

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  • Cory Condrey Speaks Racism, America's Hope & the Stand Campaign

    America is at a spiritual and social crossroads as racism, police brutality and the unsettling political climate now dominate the evening news.

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  • Rusty Watson Shares His Passion Behind His New Single & Ministry

    Rusty Watson is known for his work as vocal director with Bishop Walter Hawkins' Love Center Choir and for penning For My Good on the choir's Grammy nominated Love Alive V disc. The St. Louis native who now resides in Oakland, California begins a new chapter with the long awaited release of his solo debut single, God hitting digital retail outlets on August 5th. The track serves as the first single from Watson's forthcoming CD The Right Time.

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  • Hollis Creek Revival Offers Insights into Their Missions-Oriented New Album

    Hollis Creek Revival was formed in November 2014 by Kelley and Brad Jerkins. The trio currently consists of Kelley, Clint Singleton (bass guitar, acoustic and electric guitar) and Jacob Patillo (banjo, mandolin, acoustic and electric guitar), though Jerkins often plays live shows and in the studio. Kelley named the band for his grandfather, Hollis Kelley.

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  • Author Matthew Soerens Addresses the Refugee Crisis Via His New Book & This Exclusive Interview

    Stephan Bauman, Matthew Soerens, and Dr. Issam Smeir have extensive experience with refugee issues through their work with World Relief, a global organization authorized by the U.S. State Department to serve in the resettlement of refugees. Understanding the complexity, confusion, and conflicting opinions, they have authored Seeking Refuge: On the Shores of the Global Refugee Crisis (Moody Publishers) to offer practical and in-depth research that brings a biblical perspective to this controversial and emotional crisis.

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  • “Gateway Worship Voices: Thomas Miller” Album Review

    Whether or not we have heard of Gateway Worship, many of us have sung their songs over the last decade or so. Songs such as "O The Blood," "Revelation Song," "O Come Thou Fount, Come Thou King" have given us the vocabularies and the soundtracks we have had used in our worship services.

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  • The Nelons “Stronger Together” and “Family Harmony” Albums Review

    Some artists make you wait for scores of years before they drop an EP of less than 5 new songs. Not so with the Nelons. As a follow-up to their acapella album in 2013, these Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame members have released not one but two albums under the Daywind Records banner.

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  • Aaron and Amanda Crabb “Restore” Album Review

    Those who like songs circumscribed within the narrow confines of one specific genre will find "Restore" infuriating. Despite their famed family name which has had been entrenched in the rich history of Southern Gospel music, this new album by Aaron and Amanda Crabb is not simply a Southern Gospel release. Rather, it's a variegated affair in a couple of ways.

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  • Cindy Gibbs “Overtaken” Album Review

    Never one to resort to polytechnics or vocal gymnastics, Cindy Gibbs just sings. And when she sing, we can't help but listen. With a crystalline voice that calls to mind Sarah Reeves and Natalie Grant, Gibbs has a way of commanding our attention with her voice.

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  • Weston Skaggs “Joy and Sorrow Meet” Album Review

    The forte of Weston Skaggs is to break stereotypes. If your idea of worship music is polished keyboard driven intros leading into an anthem-like chorus with a giant electric guitar hook before giving in to a constant repetition of the chorus two thirds into the song, then you can expect to have such a caricature eradicated. Recycled tropes are the nemesis of Skaggs latest release "Joy and Sorrow Meet."

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  • Bryan and Katie Torwalt “Champion” Album Review

    It's easy to brush this album aside as yet another Jesus Culture record. Sure enough Bryan and Katie Torwalt's latest release "Champion" doesn't break the template that have moulded the releases coming out of Jesus Culture and their ensuing worship acts. In fact, the songs here are what you would expect from Jesus Culture.

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  • Hillary Scott and the Scott Family “Love Remains” Album Review

    When established artists step out of their commercially viable boundaries and record side projects, it's sometimes a cause for worrying. Some years ago, Garth Brooks took a hiatus from his multi-platinum records streak and gave pandering to his alter ego, Chris Gaines. The result was such a huge artistic and commercial disappointment that Brooks has had never resurrected his Chris Gaines persona ever again. Hillary Scott who is part of Lady Antebellum is currently at the height of her illustrious career.

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