As they return to touring with a renewed dedication to their ministry, The Old Paths are releasing their Hits album, a collection of the quartet's top songs, re-recorded with tenor singer Steve Ladd, who joined the group in 2017. Hits will be released May 10 from Sonlite Records.
With the Easter season around the corner, here's a look at some songs that could stir our hearts and minds in commemoration and celebration of history's greatest event.
Not many worship songwriters can take the theological fabric of hymns and dress them in contemporary garb in ways that minister both to the head and heart. In this regard, UK Worship leader Lou Fellingham is without peer.
With a passion to encourage congregational worship, create resources for churches and draw listeners closer to God, Highlands Worship released its third, full-length album, Jesus You Alone, March 1 with global distribution for the first time through The Fuel Music. Debuting at No. 1 on the SoundScan Praise and Worship chart and selling 9,810 copies in its first week at retail.
Many hymns don't have expiration dates because the melodies are so memorable. The words are not only theological supple but the poetry is simply synoptically intricate. The Talleys know this; this is why in most of their albums, they have had always include a hymn or two.
Veteran worship leader Paul Wilbur returns with his brand new live recording Roar from Zion. Featuring brand new songs as well as a reprisal of his patented hit "Days of Elijah," this album is recorded live in Jerusalem on September the 25th. These songs will certainly bring awarness and celebration to what Christ is doing among the Jewish people.
Integrity Music is proud to announce the release of UK's worship leader Lou Fellingham's new album Made for You (Live) on April 12. As a preview to this album, Fellingham releases her new single "Bring It All to Jesus" today.
Renowned worship leader, author and pastor Darlene Zschech releases her new single "Forever My King" via Integrity Music.
Multiple GRAMMY, Dove Award nominated Leeland has joined Integrity Music. They are preparing for their imprint's debut with a live worship recording that will take place on April 12th at the Christ For The Nations Institute campus, Dallas, TX.
"Roar from Zion" isn't just the titular of this record; it's also the thrust and ethos of these songs. Bold, epic, kinetic, dramatic and engaging are Paul Wilbur and his team.
StowTown Records artist Triumphant Quartet, 10-time Singing News Fan Awards Traditional Male Quartet of the Year, has released their newest project, which is already receiving rave reviews. With the success of not two, but three hit singles on their previous release, the bar was set high, songs were carefully chosen and production was well-planned. The result is Yes, which is available at retail and digital outlets worldwide today via Sony/Provident Distribution.
Nashville-based metalcore foursome The Persuaded have just released Dawn of Destruction, their full-length debut. Produced by Dathon Conner (Spoken, Icon For Hire), the RockFest Records release features 10 tracks showcasing both clean and screamed vocals atop fiercely driving guitars. The project will be available for pre-order beginning February 15, unlocking instant-grat tracks "Wolves" and "Forced Silence."
If anyone spends any time listening to, asking about, or reading over any material pertaining to Christian Country music, they will not get very far without discovering the name Chris Golden. This son of William Lee Golden (Oak Ridge Boys) has worn the hat of booking agent, promoter, publicist, producer, session leader, photographer, art director, videographer, engineer, driver, sound man, roadie, caterer webdesigner, travel agent, road manager, and merchandise wrangler.
Even in his CCM pop prime, there's always a country streak in Steven Curtis Chapman. In fact, some of his earlier songs beg for country makeovers. How cool would it be, for instance, to have a Garth Brooks-esque take on Chapman's "The Great Adventure:" "Saddle up your horses into the great unknown...."
The Old Paths do not need to convince us whether or not they are real. Their composite passion undergirding each syllable, their love for Christ-centered songs coined with poignant applicability, and their sincere positioning of their vocals all testify to their authentic love for Jesus. In this regard, "It's Real," the quartet's first album after a hiatus from the road, doesn't disappoint.