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  • Newport Worship Talks About Their Connection with Hillsong & Their New Album "Paradise"

    Newport is a musical collective birthed out of the worship ministry of Newport Church, a daughter church of Australia's Hillsong Church. Based in the heart of Orange County and led by Pastors Jonathan and Dianne Wilson, the members of Newport Church's worship team have taken the values and experiences they've learned while planting their church and crafted a debut that is unique to who they are as a congregation on the coast of Southern California

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  • Heather Rice on Heartbreak, Grace, And Her New Album

    Heather is a soulful singer songwriter, Jazz singer, and activist. Her autobiographical song compilation, "Heather Rice", was released on New Year's Day 2015. Heather believes that God speaks to us through music with great love. She is grateful to be a small part of that conversation and feels "So Much Grace".

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  • Actor Matt Drago Speaks About the New Movie "WWJD: The Journey Continues"

    Coming to DVD on March 31st is "WWJD: The Journey Continues." The movie features John Schneider, Lorenzo Lamas, Mike C. Manning, Peter Sebastian Wrobell, and Joseph Nasser. It will be directed by Gabriel Sabloff and produced by Jack Nasser.

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  • Joanne Cash, Sister of Johnny Cash, Talks About Her Famous Brother, Her New Gospel Album & More

    Joanne Cash, the sister of the late country music legend Johnny Cash, will release her latest album, Breaking Down the Barriers, on April 1st. The star-studded duets album will feature artists of rock, country, pop and Gospel genres singing Gospel songs with Cash.

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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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  • The Message Never Gets Old: Kingdom Heirs Reflect on Their Journey on their 30th Anniversary

    From the Mountains of East Tennessee, Southern Gospel Music fills the air and is the home of The Kingdom Heirs, one of Southern Gospel Music's top Male Quartets. The group sang in local churches and concert halls in 1981, and as their music and message spread to a wider audience, so did their popularity and demand. Later in 1981 they began singing at the Silver Dollar City theme park, which is now Dollywood. In 1986 when the theme park took on their new name,

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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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  • Our Top 7 Favorite Easter Worship Songs

    With Easter around the corner, churches often struggle to find new worship songs to sing. We have decided to offer our suggestions of some of our favorite (newer) worship songs that speak to the truths of the Easter season. Here are our top 7 recommendations:

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  • Joseph Habedank “Take Time to be Holy” Album Review

    Hymns albums are tricky. What can an artist do to augment or make vigilant these hymns again when they have been around for hundreds of years? What audacity can we impose upon these sonic antiques and presume that we know how to interpret these tunes better than our forebearers who have had paid to sing these tunes with their lives?

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  • Gaither Vocal Band “Happy Rhythm” Album Review

    "Happy Rhythm" is not just the title of Gaither Vocal Band's (GVB) new album, but it's an apt description of the pulsating celebrative cadence of the this live collection. Bill Gaither once again showcases why he is the grandfather of Southern Gospel music. Despite having 15 songs clocking in at three minutes shy of an hour, there's not a soporific moment on this album.

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  • Matt Maher “Saints and Sinners” Album Review

    When it comes to Matt Maher, you can always count on two things: here is a literate poet who is well-versed in history, theology and Scripture. Thus, no Maher song can ever be faulted on its lyrical triteness. On the other hand, Maher also has a way of taking some of the most learned truths and making them sing and sting to the average person on the street.

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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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  • Passion “Passion: Even So Come” Album Review

    Together with Hillsong Worship, Bethel Music, Planetshakers and Elevation Worship, the live worship at each year's Passion's conferences have fashioned and patented the sound of modern worship. These worship groups collectively have coveted the lion's share of worship songs that are played across churches as reflected on the CCLI chart. "Passion: Even So Come" doesn't break that perdurable mold.

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