PopGun Entertainment is a new, full service company that offers artist development and music production. Starting in January 2014, will also host live artist development events in Nashville, Tennessee, which has a huge presence in all genres of music.
If you want to welcome 2014 in with a lot of great fellowship and some awesome music, these are the places to go.
After he dared to equate homosexuality to sin in an interview with GQ Magazine, the executives at A&E Network have suspended Phil Robertson "indefinitely."
Jim Brickman is the most commercially successful instrumental pop pianist of the last two decades. A special place in his heart for Christmas has driven him to offer fans a holiday extravaganza every year. 2013 marked the 18th year for the annual holiday tour. Before his December 12 performance at The Town Hall in New York City, he took time out speak with Ryan Book, who pulled double-duty, talking with him for both Hallels.com and MusicTimes.com.
Twenty-two years is a long time to wait for a new studio album, so fans of the Christian metal pioneers will be thrilled with "Dangerously Close!" Featuring Oz Fox from Stryper, this is 13 tracks of metal magic.
No one gets married with divorce in mind. Most people think that "'til death do us part" will really happen and envision being retired, enjoying sunsets and grandkids together. Sometimes, despite the best intentions, divorce happens. Co-authors Michelle Borquez and Connie Wetzell have both been there and in their upcoming book, they help answer the "what comes next" question.
Andrew Peterson has a sound all his own, but if you like his style, you may like these other talented Christian singer/songwriters.
Paul Anderson, Jon Schmidt, Steven Sharp Nelson and Al Van Der Beek, know to the world as The Piano Guys, talk about their faith and their latest CD, "A Family Christmas," in this exclusive interview with Hallels.
Grammy Award winning singer Sandi Patty has teamed with Water4, a 501(c)3 public charity based out of Oklahoma City, to give the gift of clean water to those in Sierra Leone.
If you are a fan of Southern Gospel, this Christmas playlist will hit all of the right notes.
Britt Espinosa, one of the founding members of The Exchange, may only be 19, but he is wise beyond his years. In this exclusive interview with Hallels.com, he talks about purpose, ministry and some recent changes in the band's lineup.
Earlier this week, the Cardinal Glennon Children's Foundation, a Catholic institution in St. Louis, Missouri that is in partnership with the SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center, was told that their Christmas ad would not be run on ESPN due to the phrases "birth of Jesus" and "God's healing message." The public backlash was strong enough that the Disney-owned network reversed their position.
After 12 years in George, Washington, Creation Northwest moved to Enumclaw, Washington in 2010. The popular festival will be making its third move in 2014, setting up new digs in Kennewick, Washington.
Kingdom Bound Ministries, the good folks behind the Kingdom Bound Music Festival, held every year in New York, has announced some big changes in their leadership team.
The first Tuesday of 2014 will bring fans the first five Christian albums of the year with 25 albums to come in the remaining weeks of January.