• Clapping Hands with Sunday Best's Andrea Helms: An Exclusive Interview

    Andrea Helms, known for her powerful voice and performances on Season 4 of BET's Sunday Best, is a lifelong singer and worshipper from Odessa, Texas. Andrea's journey to first runner-up on Sunday's Best was one of faith and favor. Andrea admits that she left that platform as a much stronger and more confident performer. Andrea demonstrated her range and ability with her personal renditions of songs performed by some of the industry's top talent including Tremaine Hawkins, Whitney Houston and Martha Munizzi. She continued to display her boldness as she put her authentic stamp on seven popular songs for her debut album, Moving Forward.Read More

  • Jean Watson Speaks About the Inspiration, the Making and the Diversity of Her New Christmas Album

    Singer/songwriter/violinist Jean Watson has just released her Celtic-infused holiday project, Christmas...Not The Way It Seems. Watson has brought in Grammy Award-nominated producer Billy Smiley to produce the 11-song collection of angelic and classic Christmas favorites, along with enlisting the talents of legendary Gospel Music Hall of Famer and guitar virtuoso Phil Keaggy. Read More

  • Carolyn Arends Re-Tells the Story of Stories with Her New Christmas Album: An Exclusive Interview

    Carolyn Arends has released 10 albums and is the author of 3 critically-acclaimed books. 15 of Arends' songs have become top 10 radio singles on the Canadian pop and US Christian charts. Arends has earned 2 Dove Awards, 3 Juno Nominations, and was recognized as the West Coast Music Awards' Songwriter of the Year.Read More

  • Here to Impact: Christian Hip Hop Artist Shopé Speaks About His Testimony, Vision & Music

    On August 26, 2014, Shopé released his self-titled EP via Role Model Records. Preceding the EP's release is the debut of a new music video off his self-titled EP, "Don't Let Me Stop." In recent years, Shopé (fka Spoken) has generated a lot of buzz performing at major festivals like SXSW and Alive Festival, alongside international acts like Trip Lee, Brit Nicole and Crowder. Read More


  • Susan Boyle “Hope” Album Review

    Susan Boyle's rise to fame is a story of grace. Born in Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland, Boyle was unemployed and taking care of her aging mother full time. Though she has had a rich and expressive voice, no one thought she was anything more than the lady who volunteered at church. Read More

  • Donna King “Song of Noel” Album Review

    It takes someone with sublime talent to take the accidence of the Christmas story and make it frisson with vitality and freshness again. After hearing the narrative of Christ's birth being re-told from countless perspectives vis-à-vis the copious Christmas songs that come out each year, it's hard to say anything new again through songs.Read More

  • Aretha Franklin “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics” Review

    Aretha Franklin has trotted the sure-footed path as other septuagenarians such as Barry Manilow, Rod Stewart and Barbra Streisand. Instead of rivalling the younger counterparts with the same outlandish beats and shaking their hips like they were only a fraction of their age, these artists have gone back to re-record the classic and ageless popular songs of times passed. Read More

  • Laura Hackett Park “Love Will Have Its Day” Album Review

    Indeed love already has had its day when it comes to the life of worship leader and songwriter's Laura Hackett Park. Just as her wedding bells are still ringing as Laura marries fellow worship leader Jonas Park and just before they have had finished honeymooning, out comes her debut album "Love Will Have Its Day."Read More

  • Martin Smith "Back to the Start" Album Review

    One of the saddest events in 2009 was the demise of Delirious(?). Dearly missed is the band's bifocal ministry: not only have they given us their English brand of worship pop rock anthems (such as "Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble?" and "History Makers"), but Delirious(?) was also on the forefront in marrying worship and social justiceRead More

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