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  • Former Press Play's Sada K. on How Her Knee Injury Prepared Her for Her Solo Album

    Four years after a devastating knee injury nearly ended her career, former Press Play vocalist Sada K. has re-emerged with her debut solo album, "Long Story Short." After touring all over the country with the hit-making Dream Records/Universal Music Group Christian pop band, Sada K. was devastated by a serious, career-threatening knee injury in June 2011.

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  • Brandon Camphor Shares His Excitement Over "I Choose You," His New Album & More

    Brandon Camphor & OneWay's new radio hit "I Choose You" is already rapidly climbing up the Billboard Gospel chart. A Washington, D.C. area native, Camphor formed OneWay in 2007 with singers Angela Jones, Julia McMillan, and Fred Cleveland.

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  • Elliot On the Their Origins, New Album & Touring With Nick Vujicic

    Elliot is a modern-rock worship band from ​Pacific ​Northwest with a sound reminiscent of Switchfoot, One Republic, The Script, and Hillsong United.​ Their sound is​ energetic, modern and worshipful. Brothers Corey Parnell (lead vocals) and Casey Parnell (electric guitar) front the band, with synth and keyboard sounds from Evan Earwicker. The sound is held together by drummer Michael Summers and Grammy Award-winning bassist Lonnie Chapin.

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  • Josh and Amberley Klinkenberg On Working with Jesus Culture, Their New EP & Their Ministries

    Starting in the small town of Te Aroha, Josh and Amberley's ministry began in a little baptist church with an acoustic guitar and a gathering of hungry hearts. They met in bible college and spent the first seven years of their married life in the small town called "The Love"​ (Te Aroha) where the Lord taught them about ministering to Him and leading others in worship.

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  • Lonnie Hunter on Being a Radio Show Host & His New Album: "Procrastination is DEAD #GETITDONE"

    Stellar Award winning recording artist, choir conductor and syndicated radio show host, Lonnie Hunter, has signed with Tyscot Music & Entertainment, the oldest minority-owned and operated gospel label in the USA. The label will release Hunter’s new radio single “Forever I Will” in March. The inspiring new anthem features Hunter’s vocal ensemble Structure and the song anchors his forthcoming #GETITDONE album.

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  • Mia Fieldes Talks About Her Journey from Hillsong to Songwriter to Her New EP "Ashes"

    Growing up in Australia, Mia Fieldes would sit in her bedroom doorway, writing letters to God: "I'd say, 'God, one day I want to write songs about You that go all over the world.'" God answered those prayers in amazing ways. Since writing and recording as part of the worship team at Hillsong Church in Sydney, she's collaborated with top Christian artists such as Michael W. Smith, Meredith Andrews, Francesca Battistelli, For King And Country and Matt Maher.

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  • Elliot “Resolute” Album Review

    The best songs often come from a tortured soul. Brothers Corey Parnell and Casey Parnell had been singing together since they were teenagers. However, due to a turbulent swirl of unfortunate events, the brothers found their van stuck in the sand in a remote beach in Mexico. As they were in the mire of disappointments, ready to call it quits, God used the words of a little boy named Elliot to encourage them. As a result, Elliot the band was born.

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  • Hillsong UNITED “Empires” Album Review

    Hillsong UNITED is arguably one of the most innovative Christian bands out there. In an unprecedented move to introduce their new album "Empires," the Aussie church team revealed their album cover 95,000 feet from space. And with a titular as recherché as "Empires," this new album is promised to be earth shattering.

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  • Lonnie Hunter “#GETITDONE” Album Review

    Procrastination has met its nemesis with Lonnie Hunter's Tyscot Records (Casey J, Rance Allen Group) release #GETITDONE. This brand new live recording isn't just your average worship record. Rather, this is an album of songs with messages that points both vertically and horizontally.

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  • Mia Fieldes “Ashes” EP Review

    Mia Fieldes' pen has a life of her own. In fact, over the last decade, Fieldes has provided a huge swath of the soundtrack of contemporary Christian music. Even if you are not familiar with her name, we have either sang her song in church or have a purchase a download she has had crafted or have sung to one of her songs played on Christian radio.

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  • Planetshakers “Outback Worship Sessions” Album Review

    Planetshakers have always taken their titular seriously. In less than two decades, they have had literally shaken the international worship scene with their brand of seismic rock-centric worship flourished with lots frenetic synth swirls and heavy-handed guitar wiggles.

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  • Unspoken “Unplugged” Album Review

    There are often two ways to approach an acoustic album. First, some artists simply stripped their songs off their backings and imbued them with softer and warmer wooden sounds. Second, there are others who take the same original songs and re-don them with re-imagined renderings giving the same songs a brand new lease of life. Unspoken completely shatters the templates of how acoustic albums are done.

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  • Lizzy Long “Blueberry Pie” Album Review

    When Lizzy Long sings, she can evoke a palate of emotions. Not since Alison Krauss or Kristyn Getty has there been a voice like Long's. Possessing a sweet backwoods soprano that gushes with crystal clear Appalachian timbre, Long has a voice that can soothe like a healing balm and beguile the brawniest of hearts.

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