Monthly Archives: August 2015

Aaron Rice Launches TagHouse Music

AaronRiceGrammy nominated songwriter and producer, Aaron Rice, announced today the launch of TagHouse Music, a boutique artist services company.

Finding Favour Find Favor with Country Music Audiences

FindingFavourFinding Favour continues to reach major milestones in their career with a Top 10 single, country video premiere and joining the Air 1 Positive Hits Tour. All of this success is from their first full album, Reborn, which debuted No. 2 on Billboard’s Christian Album Chart.

Tenth Avenue North Set to Embark on “All The Earth Is Holy Ground” Tour This Fall

TenthAvenueNorthTenth Avenue North (Reunion Records) announces their fall headline tour “All The Earth Is Holy Ground” with special guests Sidewalk Prophets and newcomer Dan Bremnes.

Skillet to Headline “Winter Jam West”

SkilletGRAMMY®-nominated, platinum-selling rockers Skillet are poised to headline the Western leg of the Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, one of the largest annual tours in the world.

The City Harmonic Issue a Cry for Unity with “We Are”

CityHarmonicWhen the steel industry abandoned Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, the city’s churches united under the banner TrueCity to help revitalize a dying community. Four worship leaders from separate churches at the forefront of this movement, Elias Dummer (lead vocals, keys), Eric Fusilier (bass), Josh Vanderlaan(drums) and Aaron Powell (guitars), joined forces to become The City Harmonic, a reflection of Jeremiah 29:7’s command to “seek the peace of the city.” This raucous, award-winning band has since seen the power of unity first-hand in Hamilton and internationally.

David Britton Gears Up for “Christmas” Release October 9

DavidBrittonWorld class baritone and Shadowlands Music recording artist David Britton has been busy prepping for the upcoming brick & mortar release of his holiday themed full-length CD, Christmas, which is slated for October 9, 2015.

Review: JJ Heller – Sound of a Living Heart

JJHellerIt’s virtually impossible to not like the music of JJ Heller. Whether she’s crooning through some heartfelt power ballads or offering up a gentle lullaby, there’s just something about her that gets you engaged and causes you to smile. That trend continues on the artist’s latest outing, Sound of a Living Heart, as her sound presses further into the pop realm while still maintaining the integrity of her songwriting prowess, continuing to deliver songs that matter.

Review: Rend Collective – As Family We Go

RendCollectiveRend Collective’s latest outing As Family We Go is the perfect follow up to their 2014 release, The Art of Celebration. Building on the foundation of that earlier record, As Family We Go continues the band’s high energy approach to folk rock flavored worship, continuing to bridge musical gaps and take some creative chances, most of which pay off each and every time. Add in a songwriting flow that leans heavy on the praise, choosing to find the silver lining in the clouds of life, and you’ll be faced with the kind of music that leaves a smile on your face.

Review: Soulfire Revolution – Afterglow

SoulfireRevolutionWhile we here in the States oftentimes have an insular view of things, when it comes to the realm of worship music, we can’t help but acknowledge the international world’s influence. Ever since the arrival of Darlene Zschech and Hillsong Church in the early 90s, the global presence of artists from around the world has presented itself, showing the truly broad scope of the body of Christ. Artists like Marcos Witt, Delirious, Matt Redman, and Hillsong UNITED have all left their stamp on the genre and continue to do so, inviting others to join in the journey of bringing praise worldwide. Stepping up to that challenge are Soulfire Revolution, a worship team birthed out of a movement in South America that has ties in Colombia and Miami and is ready to unleash their brand of praise with Afterglow.

Review: 7eventh Time Down – God Is On the Move

7eventhTimeDownKentucky-based outfit 7eventh Time Down has been steadily amassing fans since their 2011 debut Alive in You and that trend seems bound to continue with the release of their latest effort, God Is On the Move. Featuring plenty of faith forward songwriting combined with big, bold, radio ready pop rock influences, this record is bound to score high with fans old and new.