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  • Interview with the Plath Family Band: "We have Always felt the Calling to Serve Him in Everything"

    The Plath Family Band has just released their new album. "Give the World a Smile" contains 13 newly recorded songs of originals, hymns, and Southern Gospel music classics. Known for their four part family harmonies, ragtime style piano, toe-tapping fun and heartwarming music, their latest release is for fans of all ages to enjoy!

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  • Westward Road On the Significance of their Name, Fighting Cancer & Their New Album

    Westward Road is comprised of the husband (Scott,) wife (Kelli) and son (Garrett) trio formerly known as "The Roberts Family." They have just released their brand new album "Gonna Take a Ride." Westward Road's sound is a mix of a modern country feel with the gospel message of God's saving grace through His faithful and loving Son, Jesus. There is nothing like the blend and sound of family harmony and Westward Road is at the top of their game.

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  • Sackcloth and Ashes Open Up About the Passion Behind Their New Album

    Sackcloth & Ashes, a Missouri-based Christian pop/rock band formerly known as All Together United, announces today's release of its debut single, titled "Sons of God." The high energy single goes for adds at Christian CHR and Christian rock-formatted radio stations. The duo features lead vocalist Bobby Burns and Chad Hampton, drummer and band manager, who is legally blind due to an accident while he was serving in the Army.

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  • Cindy Gibbs Talks About Her New Album "Overtaken"

    Up and coming contemporary Christian artist, Cindy Gibbs, announces the new LP titled "Overtaken" will be released on iTunes August 5, 2016. The album will feature twelve brand new tracks that were produced by Tom Malkiewicz (Tye Tribett, Israel Houghton, Coffey Anderson).

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  • Lizzy Long on Little Roy's Cancer, Marty Stuart, a Dolly Parton Cover & Their New Album

    StowTown Records and The Little Roy & Lizzy Show are proud to announce the release of Good Time, Down Home. It's the debut project on the StowTown label for the popular 4-time GMA/Dove Award-winning bluegrass gospel band.

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  • Second Half Quartet “Refreshing” Album Review

    Singing together in harmony has been the cynosure of Southern Gospel singing ever since the genre's beginnings. Quartet after quartet have tried over the years to gain mastery over such singing with varying successes.

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  • The Little Roy & Lizzy Show “Good Time, Down Home” Album Review

    This album is more endearing that most people would ever realize. Recorded during a trying time when Little Roy was undergoing treatment for cancer (of the tongue), the making of this record isn't precisely a "good time."

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  • Leeland “Invisible” Album Review

    After a five year hiatus, Leeland has announced that they have joined Bethel Music. They have had made an appearance earlier on Bethel Music's "Have It All," where they delivered their current single "Lion and the Lamb" to great acclaim.

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  • NEEDTOBREATHE “H A R D L O V E” Album Review

    After 2014's "Rivers in the Wasteland," which was a more reflective and rootsy recess, NEEDTOREATHE are back in the saddle with open cylinders. Sounding rejuvenated and upbeat, "Hard Love" (stylized as "H A R D L O V E") finds the quartet back with their familiar grunge rock sounds with undercurrents of soul and EDM.

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  • Hillsong UNITED “Of Dirt and Grace: Live from the Land” Album Review

    Creativity is in cruise control as far as Hillsong UNITED's "Of Dirt and Grace" is concerned. While it's currently fashionable for Christian artists to offer a remix or acoustic rendition of their hit album a year or so after the album's initial release, UNITED has bucked the trend by giving us something completely revolutionary. "Of Dirt and Grace" is neither a mere remix album nor an acoustic album.

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  • Anne Murray “Amazing Grace: Inspirational Favorites & Classic Hymns” Album Review

    Anne Murray has joined the queue of country music artists (such as Jimmy Fortune, Marty Stuart, Loretta Lynn, Ray Stevens & Joey + Rory) in serving us with great Christian music via Gaither Music. "Amazing Grace: Inspirational Favorites & Classic Hymns," as the titular indicates, finds this Canadian songbird offering her definitive takes on songs garnered from both the American standards songbook as well as the church's hymnal.

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  • Switchfoot “Where the Light Shines Through” Album Review

    Switchfoot returned to its surf culture roots with "Fading West," where ocean-inspired reverbs and sandy percussion were its sunny-sounding canopy. Such a recess from their post-punk rock sound has done the group well. Sounding rejuvenated and packed with more grace-gilled melodies, "Where the Light Shines in" is easily one of Switchfoot's best albums to date.

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