Acclaimed singer, songwriter and author Audrey Assad releases amidst 5-star acclaim today (Feb. 23) her first album of all new songs in four years, Evergreen, from Fortunate Fall Records with Tone Tree Music distribution.
7X GRAMMY® winner TobyMac surprised fans with the release of "I just need U. [REMIX]" today, a fresh version of his current hit remixed by Capital Kings.
Passion has come back with a bang. Energetic, original, quasi-familiar, and filled with the Spirit's presence, this album underscores all the requirements for a great worship album. A record not to be missed!"
Sparrow Records/Capitol Christian Music Group announces the release of "Greater Things," the debut song from newly-signed recording artist and worship leader Mack Brock. Co-written by Brock along with Jacob Sooter and Jonathan Smith, the song officially releases today to all digital outlets. Brock will hit the road this spring for 33 dates with labelmates Rend Collective on their "The Good News Tour," beginning March 1 in Orlando, Florida and wrapping April 29 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. All tour dates are listed below. A music video for "Greater Things" also debuts today and is posted below.
Amy Grant, Matthew West, TobyMac and more reflect on the death of world-renowned evangelist, Billy Graham. Personally impacted by his ministry, they took to social media sharing memories and recalling the impact of his legacy.
StowTown Records recording artist, The Guardians, has announced their transition from a trio to a quartet. Joining Dean Hickman, John Darin Rowsey and Neil Uhrig is occasional guest bass vocalist, Pat Barker, who has joined the group on a permanent basis.
Multi-Platinum, three-time Grammy® Award winning artist, best-selling author and acclaimed actor Michael W. Smith releases his highly anticipated live worship album, Surrounded, Feb. 23 from Rocketown Records and The Fuel Music.
After seven years of recording together as the critically-acclaimed worship duo All Sons & Daughters, David Leonard and Leslie Jordan end their season as a band.
River Valley Worship releases a new song "Calvary's Shadow," off their upcoming album Million Lifetimes today. Fans can purchase the song digitally here.
Reach Records rapper Tedashii and the world's largest cleft charity, Smile Train, are joining forces to launch the social media #SmileTrainChallenge. The campaign will bring awareness of the issues faced by children around the world living with untreated clefts and help raise funds to transform their lives by giving them the power of a forever smile and healthy lives through cleft repair surgery and comprehensive cleft care.
New and upcoming Neo-Soul Gospel artist Clyde J has an unquenchable passion for Christ and daily demonstrates a lifestyle of worship.
Evangelist Billy Graham has died on Wednesday morning, according to officials of his organization. He was 99. Graham achieved a reach unlike any other evangelist, serving as a counselor or minister to a dozen U.S. presidents.
Evangelist Billy Graham has passed away at 99 years old. Graham died at 8am local time on Wednesday at his home in Montreat, North Carolina, according to Jeremy Blume, a spokesman for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
Sing the Bible with Slugs & Bugs Volume 3, the latest release in renowned family entertainer Randall Goodgame's critically-acclaimed word-for-word Scripture series, bows April 27. Produced by Ben Shive (Rend Collective, MercyMe), Sing the Bible Volume 3 features contributions from such award-winning singer/songwriters as Bart Millard (MercyMe), Mike Weaver (Big Daddy Weave), Sara Groves and Andrew Peterson; as well as acclaimed hip-hop and spoken-word recording artist Propaganda and New York Times bestselling author Sally Lloyd-Jones, among others.
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) recently announced this year's class of inductees into the GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Multiple Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter and Southern Gospel innovator, Karen Peck Gooch, is included among the 2018 class to be inducted at GMA Honors on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, at Lipscomb University's Allen Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.