• Singer/Songwriter Matt Price Talks About His New Single "Our Great Healer" & His Forthcoming Album

    For Singer/Songwriter, Matt Price, there is nothing that makes him more alive than creating music. Citing Michael W. Smith and Billy Joel as his influences, over the past year, he has worked on fine tuning his writing skills, working with esteemed CCM veteran Cindy Wilt Colville (Jason Ingram, Building 429, Matthew West). He has also had the opportunity to play keys for artists such as Newsong and Francesca Battistelli. In September of 2013, he released his debut EP entitled "We Won't Waver".Read More

  • Lead Pastor Jamie Nunnally Talks About His New Album "God is With Us" & His Other Ministries

    Lead pastor of Victory Fellowship Church in Thomasville, GA, Jamie Nunnally has released his brand new worship album "God is with Us." Nunnally is one of the few senior pastors who also writes and performs worship music. Nunnally's latest release, "God is With Us," is a modern rock-based worship album, a follow-up to his debut "Hope Remains" which was released in 2012. "Hope Remains" featured guitarist Jason Hoard (Third Day) and drummer Brian Scoggins (Casting Crowns). The song "Hope Remains" was played on dozens of Christian radio stations worldwide.Read More

  • Singing About the Gospel: Mercy Well's Exclusive Interview with Hallels

    Originally organized in 1998 as a duet, Mercy's Well, under the leadership of group founder, Brad Strider, soon made the natural transition to a trio. The group's first three single releases paved the way for their first Top 80 single in 2005. Throughout the past six years, the group, which is based in Greensboro, NC, has continued to produce chart topping singles and has gained national attention from fans, music critics, pastors and promoters alike. Read More

  • Clapping Hands with Sunday Best's Andrea Helms: An Exclusive Interview

    Andrea Helms, known for her powerful voice and performances on Season 4 of BET's Sunday Best, is a lifelong singer and worshipper from Odessa, Texas. Andrea's journey to first runner-up on Sunday's Best was one of faith and favor. Andrea admits that she left that platform as a much stronger and more confident performer. Andrea demonstrated her range and ability with her personal renditions of songs performed by some of the industry's top talent including Tremaine Hawkins, Whitney Houston and Martha Munizzi. She continued to display her boldness as she put her authentic stamp on seven popular songs for her debut album, Moving Forward.Read More


  • Worship Central “Set Apart” Album Review

    "Set Apart" is the mouthpiece of the plebeian. What is most winsome about Worship Central's brand new live worship recording "Set Apart" is that it functions like many of the Psalms in Holy Writ. Articulating the heart cries of the ordinary Christian with concise perspicuity and never for once trivializing them, these are prayers offered to God in humble worship.Read More

  • Taylor Swift “1989” Album Review

    Taylor Swift's "1989" is heralded by music industrialists as the Messiah of today's music. According to a recent report by Billboard magazine, none of the albums released in 2014 has sold over a million copies. The bestselling record this year is the soundtrack "Frozen" which was released last year. And the only record that is only going to redeem the music industry this year is Taylor Swift's "1989," an album that was expected to ship over a million copies in its debut week.Read More

  • Chris Tomlin “Love Ran Red” Album Review

    Chris Tomlin has had a double shot of happiness lately. On 7th October this year, Chris and his wife Lauren welcomed the addition of their new baby Madison. Now Tomlin will see the release of his brand new worship album "Love Ran Red." This is his 9th non-Passion event solo studio album coming hot on the heels of last year's Billboard 200 #1 smash debut "Burning Lights." Read More

  • Aretha Franklin “Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics” Review

    Aretha Franklin has trotted the sure-footed path as other septuagenarians such as Barry Manilow, Rod Stewart and Barbra Streisand. Instead of rivalling the younger counterparts with the same outlandish beats and shaking their hips like they were only a fraction of their age, these artists have gone back to re-record the classic and ageless popular songs of times passed. Read More

  • Susan Boyle “Hope” Album Review

    Susan Boyle's rise to fame is a story of grace. Born in Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland, Boyle was unemployed and taking care of her aging mother full time. Though she has had a rich and expressive voice, no one thought she was anything more than the lady who volunteered at church. Read More

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