Concert Review: The Neon Steeple Tour with Crowder, All Sons & Daughters, and Capital Kings

Lights, lasers, and foot stompin’ front porch singing. When “The Neon Steeple Tour” rolled into Fort Myers, FL, on October 18, headed for MacGregor Baptist Church, it brought all of that and More »


Interview: The Martins, Part Two

In Part Two of our interview with southern gospel family trio, The Martins, Soul-Audio explores the group’s choice of recording the renowned song, “The Prayer” and digs into their recent history and More »


Interview: The Martins

Just a few weeks ago, Soul-Audio had the opportunity to sit down with sibling trio The Martins on the release date of their latest album, A Cappella. More »


Review: Captain America – The Winter Soldier

Captain America: The First Avenger, while standing as a solid and relatively faithful entry into the Marvel universe for Steve Rogers, was, in many ways, one of the lesser films to emerge More »


Concert Review: The Gaither Vocal Band

Over the years, the Gaither Vocal Band has undergone several personnel changes but, through it all, they’ve managed to continually come up with a dynamic sound. And as they headed into Exciting More »

Jason Crabb

Concert Review: Jason Crabb with Sandi Patty, Gold City, and The Nelons

It was an unconventional Jason Crabb show but, to be honest, this reviewer was just excited to be seeing the multiple award winning artist. Crabb was part of a local southern gospel More »

Review: Human Nature – The Christmas Album

HumanNatureChristmas music is one of those genres unto itself which, by its very nature lends itself to tons of interpretations. That’s why we can have artists like Twisted Sister, Mariah Carey, and Michael Buble all covering the same songs but doing so with their own particular flair. It seems as though, perhaps due to the generosity of the season, that listeners are also open to more diverse tones and textures, perhaps encouraged by familiar source material yet possessed of a longing for something just a bit different. 

Colton Dixon’s Single “More of You” Holds Strong at #1 for Third Week

ColtonDixonIn August, 19 Recordings’ Dove Award-winning artist and Season 11 American Idol finalist Colton Dixon released Anchor, his highly anticipated sophomore album. Making a splash in its first week, Anchor debuted at No. 1 on four charts! This is Dixon’s second No. 1 album debut, following in the footsteps of his successful debut LP, A Messenger.

Rhett Walker Band Booked for GMA “New Music Showcase”

RhettWalkerBandIn support of the launch of Rhett Walker Band’s latest release HERE’S TO THE ONES, which released last week on Essential/Sony, the Gospel Music Association is featuring the band in its “New Music Showcase” on October 28 at 7:00 p.m. CT.  The live streaming event is free and open to the public and will be held at the Shamblin Theater at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn.  For those outside of Music City, fans can tune in to watch the concert live at

Manic Drive Set to Join the “One Life Tour”

ManicDriveRevJust one week after the release of their highly anticipated album VIP, MANIC DRIVE is announcing their participation in the upcoming One Life Tour.  Kicking off November 1, the One Life Tour will feature other rising artists, including Fireflight, Last Watch and North 11, along with special speaker Sean G Park.

Concert Review: The Neon Steeple Tour with Crowder, All Sons & Daughters, and Capital Kings

CrowderWideRevisedLights, lasers, and foot stompin’ front porch singing.

When “The Neon Steeple Tour” rolled into Fort Myers, FL, on October 18, headed for MacGregor Baptist Church, it brought all of that and a whole lot more.

OBB Garners Big Exposure in New “Dude Perfect” Video

OBB“Bright Side,” the title-cut from Dove Award-nominated Curb recording artist OBB’s full-length debut, is featured in “Dallas Stars Edition,” the newly-released video from Dude Perfect, one of YouTube’s largest sports channels. With more than 1.3 million views in just over a week, the clip showcases hockey tricks from Dallas Stars players Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin, along with Dude Perfect.

Hackett-Park Celebrates a Big October with Wedding, New Album

LauraHackettOctober 2014 is proving to be a significant month for Dove-nominated singer/songwriter and accomplished worship leader Laura Hackett Park. Not only is her new, 5-star-acclaimed album, Love Will Have Its Day, releasing today from Forerunner Music, the official record label of the International House of Prayer of Kansas City (IHOPKC), but Laura also “tied the knot” during an October 4thwedding ceremony with fellow worship leader and labelmate Jonas Park. 

Antonio Neal Releases “Welcome Home” EP Today

AntonioNealMultiple Dove Award recipient, as well as Grammy and Stellar Award-nominated recording artist, Antonio Neal releases his new project, Welcome Hometoday on Madison Line Records, the label where he serves as chief operating officer.

Review: Laura Hackett-Park – Love Will Have Its Day

LauraHackettParkLaura Hackett-Park may best be known as one of IHOPKC’s stable of solid worship leaders, lending her talents and voice to leading worship in the organizations 24/7 prayer room for twelve hours a week. However, the release of her sophomore record, Love Will Have Its Day, is about to change all that, bringing her talent to the greater masses and perhaps creating an audience Hackett-Park never realized she’d have.

Review: Planetshakers – This Is Our Time

PlanetshakersThe past several years have seen Australia’s Planetshakers Band slowly moving up the ranks, oftentimes overshadowed by their fellow Aussie brothers and sisters from Hillsong Church. Yet, with the band’s past release, Endless Praise, and their newest, the live record This Is Our Time, the collective seems to finely be coming into their own, the music and the message coming together in a powerful package.