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 »

Future of Forestry

Interview: Future of Forestry

Future of Forestry, aka Eric Owyoung and his revolving cast of musical friends, is easily one of the most exciting and inventive acts in the industry. Working through concept EP’s like the More »

The Digital Age Concert

Concert Review: The Digital Age with Bellarive

It was a balmy night in Southwest Florida as the crowd arrived at Calvary Chapel on November 8, 2013, for what was set to be The Digital Age’s penultimate show on their More »

Were Back 2

And We’re Back…

“If the calling we believe in is to be salt and light, then that should be loud and clear in the artistry Christians produce. We believe that should be the same for More »

Unspoken’s “Start A Fire” Moves Up the Charts

unspokenAfter breaking into the Top 20 on Billboard’s Album Chart last week with the self-titled new album, Unspoken, the band now has launched their fastest charting single with “Start A Fire.” The song broke out as No. 1 New & Active at AC Indicator, No. 4 New & Active at AC Monitor and is ranked #28 on Billboard’s NCA chart.

Citizens Release New Single for Easter, Plan New Album

CitizensMars Hill Music / BEC Recordings’ CITIZENS has released a brand new single this week in celebration of the life of Jesus as we near Easter this weekend. The single “You Brought Me Back to Life” is available now. Click here to get the new single at iTunes

Review: NEEDTOBREATHE – Rivers in the Wasteland

NeedtobreatheThe past three years have been difficult ones for South Carolina rockers NEEDTOBREATHE. For, despite their rising success and growing accolades, the toll of that success and life on the road began to weigh heavy, leading to the departure of longtime drummer, Joe Stillwell, in 2012. The pace continued and soon things became contentious between brothers and band co-founders Bear and Bo Rinehart as well, finding them hardly even speaking to each other, just trying to get through one gig to the next, let alone work on new music, leaving the future of the band in a tenuous place.

Yet, somewhere along the way, the Rinehart brothers found that some much needed space and time provided a place of grace and rest, allowing them to come together again with renewed vision and passion and on their latest, Rivers in the Wasteland, they mine those struggles for the shiny musical diamonds inside.

Review: Shawn McDonald – Brave

ShawnMcDonaldShawn McDonald’s musical career has not been one characterized by overexposure. In over ten years of recording, the singer-songwriter has only released five albums and one of those was essentially a greatest hits record with a twist. Yet, while McDonald may not necessarily be known for his prodigious output, he’s definitely known for crafting honest and insightful songs, his art developing with each and every record. Now, with the release of Brave, McDonald is taking another step forward, this time into pop-flavored territory, and the result is well worth the listen.

Tedashii Set to Make Return with “Below Paradise”

TedashiiWell-known, thoughtful lyricist and hip-hop artist Tedashii is set to release his new full-length album Below Paradise (Reach Records) on May 27. This highly anticipated project will be his first album in three years marking his career fourth studio release.

Ginny Owens and Andrew Greer Invite You to the Holy Land

GreerOwensDove Award-winning singer/songwriter Ginny Owens and Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter Andrew Greer will host an exclusive Holy Land tour next year, it was recently announced. Tracing the life and times of Jesus, the February 9-18 “Journey Through The Land Of Israel” is slated to visit the Sea of Galilee, the Mount of Olives, Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity, the Via Dolorosa, and the Valley of Armageddon, among numerous destinations.

MercyMe’s “Welcome to the New” Snags High Praise, Chart Status

MercyMeFor GRAMMY® and American Music Award winners MercyMe, the eighth time looks to be the charm as the 6.5 million+ selling band’s latest, Welcome to the New nabs the hightest debut of the week landing at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the Christian Albums chart.

Wickham Set to Release “The Ascension: Deluxe Edition”

PhilWickhamCritically acclaimed singer/songwriter and worship leader Phil Wickham is set to release The Ascension: Deluxe Edition today, April 15. Available digitally only, the album will feature 11 original tracks from Wickham’s ninth album which released last fall, as well as 10 new acoustic recordings.

Listen to Francesca Battistelli’s “If We’re Honest” Now on iTunes Radio!

francescaBeginning today, fans can stream GRAMMY®-nominated artist Francesca Battistelli’s third studio album, If We’re Honest, exclusively as a First Play on iTunes Radio at With the stream, fans will have their first and only opportunity to hear the album from Christian music’s best-selling new artist in the past 10 years in its entirety before its release on April 22.

Dolly Parton Set to Celebrate Record Store Day with Limited Time Offering

DollyPartonSony Masterworks and internationally-renowned superstar Dolly Parton celebrate Record Store Day on Saturday, April 19, with the release of a limited 7-inch vinyl.  The blue vinyl features two tracks from Parton’s upcoming album Blue Smoke – “Blue Smoke” and “Home.”