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  • Red Roots Update Us on Their New Video and New Album Progress in This Exclusive Interview

    "Does anyone really care about my life", "Does anyone love me", "Can anyone fix this mess". Everyone needs to know that the answer is a Great BIg YES!! God has got a purpose for each of our lives and is ready to use us for His work when we come to a point to where we know we really need Him.

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  • Interview with Future of Forestry: the Story Behind their New Album "Pages"

    Eric Owyoung and Nick Maybury, both formerly of Something Like Silas, started Future of Forestry in 2005 with Luke Floeter and Spencer Kim. Since then, the band has been a constant on the West Coast scene, securing fans from their hometown to Seattle and everywhere in between as they recorded and prepared for the release of their debut LP.

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  • Lindsay Huggins Chats About Working with Reba McEntire, Jerry Salley and Her New Record "Then Jesus Came"

    Lindsay Huggins is a multi-talented artist who expresses her musical ideas in her own inimitable style. But ministry is more than a hit record for her. It is a calling, and a way of life. Huggins has just released her brand new album "Then Jesus Came," an album produced by verteran Jerry Salley. Salley has written songs for artists such as Toby Keith, Patty Loveless, Brad Paisley, Joe Nichols, Darryl Worley and the Isaacs.

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  • Our In-Depth Conversation with Darlene Zschech: "I Love to Lead Songs that Bring Faith"

    The name Darlene Zschech is synonymous with worship music. As the worship pastor of Hillsong Church for many years, she has had given the church songs such as "Shout to the Lord," "Worthy is the Lamb," "Blessed," "At the Cross" and many others. She has recently released her new compilation album "In Jesus' Name: A Legacy of Worship and Faith," which features the new song "My Highest Hope."

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  • Songs As An Offering to God: Vertical Church Band's Jon Guerra Talks About His Solo Debut "Little Songs"

    Part of the Vertical Church Band, singer/songwriterJon Guerra has one of the most gripping voices you'll ever hear and is one of the most intriguing artists you'll ever meet. His intelligent and sensitive approach to songwriting is on full display on this debut full-length album, Little Songs, which hits stores on April 21, 2015. Little Songs is the perfect combination of upbeat songs that can be played with the windows down, and introspective melodic songs that cause the listener to look inward and upward.

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  • Our Exclusive Chat with Father Ray Kelly the Singing Priest

    Father Ray Kelly is not just your average priest. He has a brand new record that has just been released in the US now via Capitol Distribution. The priest came to the public's notice when in April last year, a video surfaced on YouTube of an unassuming Catholic priest singing the classic "Hallelujah" at a wedding ceremony. Father Ray Kelly renders the song in near pitch-perfection, letting slip an impish grin at one point when the impressed audience's titters become audible.

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  • NEEDTOBREATHE “Live from the Woods” Album Review

    NEEDTOBREATHE's brand new live album is a bonfire party surrounded by 5,000 adoring fans. Such is the most apt and apropos synopsis of what "Live from the Words" is all about.

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  • Lauren Daigle "How Can It Be" Album Review

    Lauren Daigle is the success story of 2014. Last year, Daigle's debut single for Centricity Records "How Can It Be" inches all the way into the echelon position of the Billboard Christian Song chart and it lingered in the top-tiered positions for the longest time. And her ensuing EP "How Can It Be" became a Billboard Top 20 Christian Album champion.

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  • Amy Grant “Be Still and Know… Hymns and Faith” Album Review

    Amy Grant knows how to cross pollinate across genres with fecundity. Way before artists know how to knock off scaffolding between the secular and religious, Grant scores #1 hits on both the Christian and the pop charts with magniloquence. On the Christian charts, she dotted it with #1 faith-builders such as "Hope Set High," "Sing Your Praise to the Lord," "Father's Eyes," "El Shaddai" and many others. Equally successful on the secular front is Grant when she perched on the lofty #1 with "The Next Time I Fall" and "Baby Baby."

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  • Triumphant “Living in Harmony” Album Review

    One gets the sneaky suspicion that "Living in Harmony" is not just a title of convenience for Triumphant. Rather, based on the fact that the team has had only one personnel change over the tenure of their 13-years history, one suspects that this quartet lives, breathes and practices every nuances that they try to advocate on this album.

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  • Greater Vision “As We Speak” Album Review

    There is no vision greater than singing about the Cross of Jesus Christ. When the Gospel is central, there is a glowing beauty that you don't need to reinvent the wheel to get attention.

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  • Hillsong UNITED "Touch the Sky" Single Review

    After spending almost a year at the penthouse position of the Billboard Christian Songs tally with their uber hit "Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)," looks like UNITED's empire is not ready to topple.

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  • Hillsong “O Praise The Name (Anastasis)” Single Review

    It started way back in 2013. As a preview to their perennial album, the Hillsong Worship team would drop a teaser come near Easter each year. They would release a baiting single of sort that serves two ends: first to whet our appetite for their forthcoming live release. And second, and more importantly, to service the church at large with new tunes to worship during the Easter season

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