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  • The Brilliance “All is Not Lost” Album Review

    The Brilliance is an iconoclast. If you are looking for music crystallized into predictable icons, stay clear of this new record. "All is Not Lost" isn't just your average album of songs with those big anthemic choruses coupled those recycled pedantic words.

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  • The Collingsworth Family “Brooklyn and Courtney” Album Review

    Like mother, like daughters. Three years ago, Kim Collingsworth released her magnum opus "Majestic," a collection of instrumental hymns and songs, which literally personifies the word "breathtaking."

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  • Mark Bishop “Seasons: A Collection of the Best” Album Review

    Mark Bishop is a rarity these days in Southern Gospel music. While many of his peers are satisfied to just spin around the same songs and hymns within the genre' canon over and over again, Bishop writes his own music.

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  • The Beelers “You’re Loved” Album Review

    At its grassroots, Southern Gospel music is country music with a Christian lyrical content. So, how country does Southern Gospel music needs to get? On one hand, you have groups like Legacy Five and Ernie Haase & Signature Sound who are not reticent to incorporate a zest of jazz to their sound giving their records a more sophisticated Broadway swing.

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  • Top 10 Worship Songs of 2016

    Check out our top favorite songs of 216.

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  • Zach Williams “Chain Breaker” Album Review

    Once in a while, there's going to be one song that is going to grasp the hearts of many en masse. Twenty years or so ago it was Darlene Zschech's "Shout to the Lord;" an overtly Christian song that was so powerful that all the contestants of American Idol decided to sing it together before presence of the entire globe.

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  • Ian Yates “Awaken to Love” Album Review

    This is an album that almost never happened. After three solo outings, British worship leader Ian Yates was about to call it a day. If this were the case, it would have been a great loss to the church and the Kingdom of God. Maybe it's because of his British pedigree, "Awaken to Love" does doesn't snugly fit into the worship music genre.

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