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  • Ernie Hasse & Signature Sound “Clear Skies” Album Review

    "Clear Skies" is not a mere meteorological prediction. Rather, it's a prophetic statement of faith. When Ernie Haase and Signature Sound (EHSS) were making this project, Ernie's sister Tara was fighting a losing battle with cancer. Just a few weeks shy of the album's drop date, Tara was sadly called home to her Maker. Thus, "Clear Skies" was born and nurtured across stormy weather where nimbus clouds were omnipresent.

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  • Jake Cowley “A Song for You” EP Review

    Jake Cowley has a voice that commands attention. Despite being only 20 years-old, Cowley's voice doesn't belie his age. With the impassionate gravitas of Josh Groban and the expressive versatility of Al Green, Jake Cowley's voice is certainly tailored to sing the great standards from the American songbook.

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  • Sally Quick “A Tribute to Dottie Rambo” Album Review

    You don't have to be even familiar with Southern Gospel music to know the music of Dottie Rambo. Way back in 1996, the iconic Whitney Houston brought Dottie Rambo's "I Go to the Rock" to the fore with her glass-shattering and awe-inspiring version which she recorded for the 6 times Platinum selling soundtrack "The Preacher's Wife" and its ensuing movie of the same titular.

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  • Cory Asbury “Reckless Love” Album Review

    It's a propitious sign whenever another artist covers your song even before your album is released. Months before Cory Asbury even had his album listed on iTunes, Michael W. Smith has already recorded a live version of Asbury's latest single and title cut of his new album "Reckless Love." (Smith's version will surface on his forthcoming worship live album). Even before Asbury's album's drop date, the single "Reckless Love" is already a top selling Christian song on iTunes, Praisecharts.com and other online sites.

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  • Keith and Kristyn Getty “Sing! Live at the Getty Music Worship Conference” Album Review

    The names of Keith and Kristyn Getty are synonymous with "modern hymns." Together they have had carved a much needed niche in Contemporary Christian Worship music.

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  • Corey Voss “Songs of Heaven and Earth” Album Review

    Melodies of worship music need to have an echoing component. This means that the tunes need to stick with the average congregant so that they can sing them in their leisure personal worship time. Too often worship songs lack a memorability factor. This is not so with Corey Voss.

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  • Bel Thomson “Seasons” Album Review

    This is the type of record that can crack the strongest edifices of doubt and fear. Australian singer and songwriter Bel Thomson has a way with a song. When she sings, she brings out a faith that is so adamantine that even the most antagonist heart will crumble. Pair that with songs that are Christ-exalting and what you get is an explosive set of spiritual dynamites.

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  • Mass Anthem “Through People Like Me” Album Review

    Inspired by Romans 15:5-6, brothers, Chad and Tyler Sowards, as well as Joey Atansio, want to be united in declaring God's anthem via their music. They have more than pass muster with "Through People Like Me."

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  • Tim Malchak “Morning Hour of Praise” Album Review

    Over the years, many country music artists have cross pollinated genres by releasing Christian-themed albums. Oak Ridge Boys, Alan Jackson, Ray Stevens, Carrie Underwood, and Reba McEntire are some of the stalwarts in the genre that have had graced us with songs directed towards God. Nevertheless, some may embark on such endeavors in an effort to bolster their altruistic side of their careers, while others may do them out desperation to widen their fan base. But not so with Tim Malchak.

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  • A Forerunner Music Worship Experience “Fully Alive” Album Review

    In anticipation of Onething 2017, IHOPKC's annual young adult conference, IHOPKC community of worship leaders have put their hearts and heads together to record "Fully Alive." Democracy seems to be the command of the effort as 15 worship leaders are credited as taking leads on this 15-song set.

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