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  • John Schlitt Talks About His Solo Festive Record "The Christmas Project"

    John Schlitt was the led singer of the Christian rock group Petra from 1986 until the band's retirement in late 2005. During his career with Petra, the band released 2 RIAA certified Gold albums (Beyond Belief and Petra Praise: The Rock Cries Out) and earned 4 Grammy and numerous Dove Awards.

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  • Starting a Christmas Revolution with Eva Kroon Pike

    "Christmas Revolution" is the new holiday single from singer/songwriter Eva Kroon Pike. The song, written by Pike and veteran Christian hit songwriter Don Koch, was serviced on Monday, November 3.

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  • The Katinas Talk to Hallels About Their Sunday Set

    The Katinas is a family of five brothers hails from American Samoa, and moved to Washington state, after the death of their mother in 1988. The group's members sang in church as children, and began playing fairs, soon moving up to nationwide slots opening for R. Kelly, Jasmine Guy, DC Talk, and Amy Grant.

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  • The Gospel in the Key of Country Crunk: Whosoever South Brings a New Sound to Christian Music

    Whosoever South is bringing home-cooked goodness to the table with their sophomore album, "Come On In". Comprised of Rowdy, Sarah and Mike, all three were born and raised in the South - and each with many different musical influences growing up.

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  • Cloverton Sings for Joy with their New Christmas EP

    Cloverton consisting of Lance Stafford (piano/vocals), his twin brother, Layne Stafford (bass), Kirby LeMoine (drums) and Josh Svorinic (guitars), propelled onto the Christian music scene in 2011 as the first ever ROCK THE CAMP contest winners hosted by TobyMac and Camp Electric.

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  • TaRanda Greene Teaches How We Can Be Stronger than Our Trials with Her New Album

    TaRanda Greene is often seen on the popular Bill Gaither Homecoming Video Series and has also made appearances at numerous cities with the Homecoming Tour. She has also become a favorite guest vocalist at the famed Brooklyn Tabernacle in Brooklyn, NY. She was invited by the Church to be a special featured soloist on the latest two Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir recordings "Declare Your Name" and "A Brooklyn Tabernacle Christmas".

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  • Elevation Worship "Wake Up the Wonder" Album Review

    Elevation Worship's brand new album "Wake Up the Wonder" is the perfect specimen for a study of what is going right and what is seriously erring in modern worship music today.

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  • Rend Collective “Campfire Christmas Vol. 1” Album Review

    If Momford and Sons have first cousins in contemporary Christian music they would be Rend Collective. Rend Collective brings to the Christian music genre a raw streak of rootsy Americana that borrows the expressiveness of neo-hippie rock and the rustic folk of Guy Clark & Emmylou Harris; music that is far more gritty, organic, and raw than vast swath of today's country music.

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  • Hillsong Worship "We Have a Savior" Album Review

    As soon as we hear the moniker Hillsong two things come to mind. First, known for providing the songbooks for a large swath of churches today, many of would think of their bombastic hooky anthems such as "At the Cross," "Worthy is the Lamb" and "Hosanna." Second, they are known for their live worship recordings. However, their latest Christmas offering "We Have a Savior" certainly challenges such preconceptions

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  • Kristin Chenoweth “Coming Home” Album Review

    No two albums of Kristin Chenoweth are alike. Though she has been matriculating within the school of Broadway, musicals and TV circuits in her earlier years, when she was offered a recording contract, she puts her creativity on first gear. Her debut album for Sony Classic is as about as cliché as you would have expected from Chenoweth.

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  • Tribute “The Thought of Christmas” Album Review

    When Tribute sings, it's a challenge not to pay attention. Attested across their most recent triumvirate of releases, "Hit Replay Again," "Journey of Hope" and this their second release this year "The Thought of Christmas," the quartet has a way of choosing songs with melodies that are so tight that they prevent us from roving in boredom midway through the songs.

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  • Brooke Fraser “Brutal Romantic” Album Review

    It's not Taylor Swift who has changed genre from country music to pop. Brooke Fraser has also evolved from her brand of quirky folk-pop to a full album of experimental electronic pop with this new effort "Brutal Romantic."

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