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 »

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 »

Review: Jars of Clay – 20

JarsofClayIn today’s postmodern world, it’s rare to see an anniversary celebrated of any depth. At one time, marriage was seen as a lifelong endeavor, the words “till death do us part” carrying a heavy solemnity, in today’s world it’s rare to see those that make it to ten years. Similarly, where in times past a career choice was a long-term decision, with workers logging in twenty and thirty years and receiving the proverbial gold watch for their service, today’s generation is much more fluid, bouncing from career choice to career choice, oftentimes by necessity as the world continues to evolve and change.

In a band those dynamics of life are no different and perhaps that what makes the latest release, 20, from Jars of Clay so significant. It’s hard to believe that the young men who met at Greenville College in Illinois have been together for twenty years, releasing their first album Frail so long ago. Yet, twenty years have come and gone and, with them, an impressive array of albums and opportunities that have always seen Jars of Clay pressing on toward making a greater art with each and every endeavor.

Thousand Foot Krutch Premieres “OXYGEN:INHALE” on iTunes Radio

TFKModern rock favorite THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH will release its first new studio album in over two years, OXYGEN:INHALE, Aug. 26 with marketing, sales and distribution through The Fuel Music into all territories worldwide except Europe, where it releases through Hassle Records.  Prior to the release of the highly anticipated recording, the band unleashes the entire album a week early for its fans through an exclusive ‘First Play’ on iTunes Radio:

“Passion: Take It All” Tour Heads Out This September

PassionKristian Stanfill and Passion will tour the country this fall on the 26-city “Passion: Take It All” tour kicking off in Seattle September 10. The tour will run through November, making stops in Dallas, Phoenix, Indianapolis, Columbus and more, paving the way for January’s Passion 2015 Conferences in Atlanta (Jan 2-4; 16-18) and Houston (Jan 30-Feb 1).

Jean Watson Set to Deliver Celtic-Themed Christmas Recording

JeanWatsonShadowlands recording artist Jean Watson is set to unveil her Celtic-infused holiday project, Christmas…Not The Way It Seems, on October 14.

Jars of Clay Celebrate Twenty Years of Music with “20″

JarsofClayGRAMMY and Dove Awards-winning band Jars of Clay celebrates 20 years of music, releasing today a uniquely special, fan-curated retrospective double-album of re-recorded favorites and two new songs, appropriately named 20.  The acclaimed, 20-song recording releases independently on the band’s own Gray Matters label with distribution through Tone Tree and is available now at iTunes, and everywhere great music is sold.

Capital Kings Drop New Single

CapitalKingsToday Gotee Records’ Capital Kings releases their new single, “Fireblazin,” available at all digital outlets. Along with the new single there a radio mix and two remixes, one of which is by Soul Glow Activatur. Click to get a copy of “Fireblazin” at iTunes or Amazon.

Amy Grant’s “In Motion: The Remixes” Dances Onto Shelves Today

AmyGrantSix-time GRAMMY® winner Amy Grant pumps life into many of her classic hits with her first remix album – In Motion: The Remixesavailable now. The remixed version of her most popular single, “Baby, Baby,” landed at No. 7 this week on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play chart, continuing to breathe fresh air into the hit that landed the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1991 for two consecutive weeks.

Lindsay McCaul’s “One More Step” Hits Stores Today

LindsayMcCaulSinger/songwriter, Lindsay McCaul, will release her sophomore project and debut album for Centricity Music, One More Step, August 19th. McCaul co-wrote the eleven songs on the record, and the title track is a tribute to her father.

Review: Colton Dixon – Anchor


Colton Dixon’s life post-Idol has been rather impressive. He’s performed for hundreds of thousands of fans across the globe and has set records as a debut artist in the Christian market with his 2013 debut, A Messenger, alongside garnering a set of three Dove Award nominations. And for those still wondering what all the hypes been about, Dixon returns with Anchor, an effort that finds the pop rocker at his best, delivering rocking anthems and soulful pop ballads that are tailor made for radio.

Review: Lincoln Brewster – Oxygen


Worship leader Lincoln Brewster’s legacy is one of delivering high energy, congregation friendly worship to the masses. With well known selections like “Today is the Day,” “Salvation is Here,” and “The Power of Your Name,” Brewster has spent the past several years energizing crowds with his approachable vocals and impressive guitar work. And while his latest effort Oxygen finds the artist trying on some new sonic textures, the result is still the same as Brewster delivers eleven tracks of high energy worship.