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  • Melissa Brady Releases New Music, Joins Main Street

    After teasing a big announcement on social media for several weeks, Gospel music fans woke up to a special surprise on Friday morning when Melissa Brady released a brand new solo project entitled Shine.

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  • ANTHONY BROWN & group therAPy Zooms Into the Billboard Top 5

    The Grammy® Award nominated gospel troupe, ANTHONY BROWN & group therAPy - best-known for their No. 1 hits "Worth" and "Trust in You" - have muscled their way into the Top Five of the Billboard Gospel Airplay chart with their Go-go-flavored urban inspirational single, "Blessings on Blessings" (Key of A Music/ Tyscot/ FairTrade).

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  • Rend Collective Launches Rend Co. Kids with New Album "Sparkle. Pop. Rampage"

    Popular worship group Rend Collective have launched an off shoot called Rend Co. Kids. The new family oriented sub group has released it's first single and video, titled 'FUN', and an album called 'SPARKLE. POP. RAMPAGE' releases 30th August.

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  • Gary Thomas Helps Us Deal with Difficult People in New Book

    Your life's calling is too important to let toxic people take it away.

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  • JJ Hairston's 10th Album "Miracle Worker" Debuts at #2

    GRAMMY nominated, Billboard Music Award Winner, and seven-time Stellar Award Winner JJ Hairston's 10th album Miracle Worker is available now via Hairston's JamesTown Music, which is distributed exclusively by Entertainment One.

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  • Tori Kelly Sings About Death, Hope & Eternal Life in New Song "Your Words"

    Grammy winning singer-songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and vocal powerhouse Tori Kelly has released her new album, Inspired By True Events, on August 9 on Capitol/School Boy Records/Universal Music Canada.

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  • Jeremy Garrett Creates A New Sound with "I Can't Lay Your Lovin' Down"

    Some musicians pour every bit of their creative energy into a single sound, a single project - but that's not Jeremy Garrett. So when he's not on the road playing fiddle and singing with the GRAMMY award-winning band The Infamous Stringdusters, he's been touring on his own, using the latest technology to develop sophisticated and textured yet deeply soulful performances of his original songs. This technique of layering and looping multiple instruments and vocals is heard in his first single release from Organic Records, "I Can't Lay Your Lovin' Down," produced and engineered by GRAMMY winner Billy Hume. The product of an intensive writing session with long-time collaborators Jon Weisberger and Mountain Heart's Josh Shilling at Garrett's Colorado mountain home, "I Can't Lay Your Lovin' Down" is a sombre portrait of a man who's "facing all my demons" but one. From a sparse guitar opening, the music unfolds with increasing urgency as the entrance of mandolin and fiddle builds a restless tension that flares into haunting layers of fiddle exploration before subsiding in the closing seconds. It's an emotional and deeply musical tour de force that's all the more remarkable for a listener who knows that Garrett can do it all live. "I had the melody for 'I Can't Lay Your Lovin' Down' kicking around for a while," says Garrett. "I brought it to the table during a writing session with Jon and Josh. We have written several songs together now and that was one of my favorites that came out of that session." The single is the first release from Garrett's upcoming album, Circles, featuring more music that pushes the borders of progressive bluegrass music. Listen to "I Can't Lay Your Lovin' Down" HERE. About Jeremy Garrett Jeremy Garrett is known as an innovative fiddle player, expressive singer and soul-searching songwriter in the GRAMMY Award-winning band, The Infamous Stringdusters, who broke onto the national scene in 2007, scooping up 3 International Bluegrass Music Association awards, including Album and Song of the Year. Since then, the group has become a national ambassador for progressive bluegrass, playing to club, theater and festival audiences around the country. To the fans of the Stringdusters, Jeremy is known as "G-Grass" or "Freedom Cobra" for his dynamic stage presence. When he is not touring with The Infamous Stringdusters, he turns his attention to his solo show, wowing listeners by using electronic effects to layer and loop multiple instruments and vocals. Jeremy also performs in all-star line-ups ranging from funk music to traditional bluegrass. Jeremy has a more intimate side as a songwriter and has a broad catalog of originally crafted songs. He has contributed several songs to the Stringdusters, including the title track for their 2014 album "Let It Go," winning first place in the Folk category for the 2014 USA Songwriting Competition. His songwriting collaborations include Darrell Scott, Oliver Wood (of The Wood Brothers), Jon Weisberger, Josh Shilling, Becky Buller and more.

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  • Support Sex-Trafficking Victim Cyntoia Brown's GoFundMe 'Second Chance Fund'

    On Wednesday, August 7, 2019, sex-trafficking victim Cyntoia Brown, now 31 was released from the Tennessee Prison for Women in northwest Nashville after being convicted of first-degree murder in 2004 at age 16.

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  • Kierra Sheard Teams Up with Missy Elliott for "Don't Judge Me"

    In an exclusive partnership with RCA Inspiration, GRAMMY® nominated and Stellar Award- winning artist Kierra Sheard has released two new singles, "Don't Judge Me" featuring Hip-Hop icon Missy Elliott (Karew Entertainment/RCA Inspiration) and a solo recording of "Don't Judge Me" accompanied by a new music video.

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  • VaShawn Mitchell's New Album "Elements" is Available Now

    Gospel music's favorite artist, VaShawn Mitchell returns with ELEMENTS, available now. The multiple Stellar and Dove Award winner, and GRAMMY nominee, offers an exceptional 13-track album in commemoration of his successful 20-year career in music.

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