DOLLY PARTON'S CHRISTMAS OF MANY COLORS: CIRCLE OF LOVE wins the Epiphany Prize for the Most Inspiring TV Program for at the 25th Annual Movieguide® Awards, hosted by Actor Terry Crews. Last year, Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors NBC movie of the week took home the same award.
Former American Idol's Danny Gokey scores his third No. 1 on Billboard's Christian Airplay chart this week. His latest single "Rise," the title track and lead single from his second full-length, increases 5 percent to 11 million audience impressions in the week ending Feb. 19, according to Nielsen Music.
Reba McEntire's first faith-based set, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope,spends the second week at #1 on both Billboard's Top Country Albums and Top Christian Albums. Despite the set seeing a 52 per cent drop in sales, selling 26,000 equivalent album units, it still managed to hang on the pole position for both charts.
Five years have passed since THE CLASSIC CRIME released their highly acclaimed album Phoenix, and now the Seattle rock group is back to unleash their fifth studio album, How To Be Human (Out April 28 via BC Music).
"Even If," the first single from GRAMMY®nominated MercyMe's awaited new album LIFER (Mar. 31) skyrocketed into its first week at radio, earning 74 adds across format and is already #13 on the Billboard National Christian Audience chart.
Critically acclaimed songwriter/artist/missionary Daniel Bashta, best known for writing "God's Not Dead (Like a Lion)," releases My Resurrection (Live) March 10 from GoForth Sounds with The Fuel Music distribution.
International Gospel recording artist Calvin Bridges is set to invoke a Gospel Church Awakening returning to the Gospel Music capital of the world, Chicago, Illinois for his first live recording in ten years.
Kat and Jared Hartmann have released their brand new self-titled worship EP. The Hartmann are worship leaders and songwriters whose passion is to help people discover the life that comes from friendship with God and spending time in His presence.
Grammy® nominated and Dove award winning alternative music legends The Choir are beginning 2017 with another album-honoring tour.Beginning March 17, the band will be performing their best-selling 1989 release, Wide Eyed Wonder, in its entirety, alongside other favorite songs, both new and old. Long time fans have been thrilled that Wide Eyed Wonder's bass player Robin Spurs will reunite with the band for the upcoming tour.
Amidst a statistically proven problem among women, author, speaker and co-founder of Q Ideas Rebekah Lyons is releasing her second book You Are Free: Be Who You Already Are (Zondervan) today.
It has been 25 years since West Australian sisters Donna and Vikki Simpson (now Vikki Thorn) joined forces with Josh Cunningham to create one of Australia's best-loved bands, The Waifs.
Tyscot Records has partnered with Flow Master Records to introduce Trinidad & Tobago's leading praise and worship leader, Sherwin Gardner, to the rest of the world.
Singer/songwriter Dixie Hardin is set to release her first radio single today, as "You're Still Holding It All" goes for adds to Christian INSPO/Soft AC and Christian AC radio. The song was written by Hardin and award-winning producer and songwriter, Sean Hill, of Uphill Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.
Worship leader and songwriter Rita Springer's newest project "Battles," recorded live at the Grand Prairie, Texas campus of Gateway Church, will be available on March 21, 2017.
The widow of Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, has released the debut single off her forthcoming album The Psalms. This is her first album in over a decade. She has shared a new video from that collection, "Psalm 23 The Lord Is My Shepherd."