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: Mike Farris – Shine For All the People

Shine-ArtIn 2007, Mike Farris emerged from seemingly out of nowhere with the stunning Salvation in Lights, an album that blended gospel, soul, and New Orleans-styled flavors into a sumptuous gumbo of sound. A live record and a well received EP followed but fans have been waiting a long, long time for music from this talented musician and now that wait is over with the release of Shine For All the People.

Review: Mandisa – Get Up: The Remixes

MandisaRemix albums seem to be one of the hottest music crazes right now, with just about everyone from Family Force 5 to none other than Amy Grant releasing some such project in the past couple of years. And while the craze may exist, the success rate can be a bit stilted, with some artists’ work adapting to the remix process better than others. Thankfully, American Idol alum Mandisa is one whose sound fits perfectly.

Review: Plumb – Need You Now Deluxe Edition

PlumbA year and a half has passed since Plumb first released her hit album Need You Now but one listen through shows that no dust has settled on these powerful tracks and that they still hold as musically and lyrically relevant as ever. Plumb herself hasn’t let any dust gather on her work as well, working on new songs that complement the themes offered up on the album for the deluxe edition of the album as well as her first ever writing endeavor, the memoir “Need You Now: A Story of Hope.”

Review: for KING & COUNTRY – Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong.

forkingandcountryThe Christian music world is sometimes, and unfortunately with good cause, accused of crafting art that is less than excellent, running behind the herd of mainstream sounds trying to catch up. Bands find themselves falling into those “if you like XYZ, then you’ll like ABC” lists instead of offering music that redefines the list, music that is fresh, honest, and original. And while it’s understandable that such a thing would happen, it’s also wonderfully refreshing to have bands like Aussie imports for King & Country who have been on a steady rise and whose latest record, RUN WILD. LIVE FREE. LOVE STRONG., delivers what so many who have come before have promised.

John Mark McMillan Offers Alternate Take with “The Borderland Sessions”

John Mark McMillanAcclaimed singer/songwriter John Mark McMillan has had a highly-successful 2014 with the release of his first independent project, Borderland, and a GMA Dove Award nomination for “Worship Song of the Year” for the single “Future / Past.” Now McMillan is thrilled to announce The Borderland Sessions, an alternate take on the original album, which releases September 30 under his new label Lionhawk Records. Fans will be able to preorder the LP on iTunes on September 23 with an immediate download of “Monsters Talk (feat. Bear Rinehart)”.

Country Crunk Pioneers Whosoever South Return Oct. 7th

WhosoeverSouthWhosoever South, the pioneers of Country Crunk, return October 7th with their all-new studio album, COME ON IN. The album will be released by Pit Bull Productions in association with Elevate Entertainment and Syntax Distribution.

K-LOVE, Amazon Streaming for KING & COUNTRY’s Latest Now!

forKingandCountryTop-selling, award-winning for KING & COUNTRY, consisting of brothers Joel and Luke, are one week away from the debut of their highly-anticipated, sophomore album RUN WILD. LIVE FREE. LOVE STRONG..  Premiering the critically acclaimed new album for the first time, the duo streams the full, 14-track recording with and K-LOVE beginning today and through the Sept. 16 release of the recording.

Andrew Peterson Makes Second “Music City Roots” Appearance

AndrewPetersonCritically acclaimed singer/songwriter Andrew Peterson recently made his second appearance on Music City Roots, Nashville’s highly-popular Americana variety show. Peterson’s performance was the evening’s finale and he performed several of his hit songs that included; “Many Roads,” “Rest Easy,” and “You’ll Find Your Way,” along with new songs, “Everybody’s Got A Song” and “After All These Years,” the title track to his upcoming new Centricity Music album, After All These Years: A Collection that releases November 2014.

Erica Lane Releases New Video for “Burden”

EricaLane2Erica Lane has partnered with for today’s exclusive premiere of her new music video for the song “Burden” – shot live at Nashville’s famed Rocketown music venue. The song is the lead single from Lane’s latest 5-song EP, Take Your Burden Down, which was released on April 1st via Saylors Brothers Entertainment.

Integrity Music Partners with Max Lucado for “Before Amen: A Worship Collection”

BeforeAmenReleasing internationally Oct. 7 through Integrity Music is Before Amen: A Worship Collection, the musical companion to the book from New York Times bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado, Before Amen: The Power of a Simple Prayer (Thomas Nelson, October 2014). Written for everyone who wants to pray more, better and stronger, with more fire, faith and fervency, the album offers songs that that were chosen to complement the book, providing a musical backdrop for prayer and personal devotion.