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Review: David Crowder*Band Remedy Club Tour CD+DVD

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Gizmos. Gadgets. Music. Energy. Fun. Joy. Jesus. Repeat for 85 minutes and you have a David Crowder Band concert.  Capture its sights from all angles, its sounds with all clarity, and you have the Remedy Club Tour CD and DVD set.


Review: Hymned Again By Bart Millard

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MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard has recorded a follow-up to his 2005 solo albumHymned, called Hymned Again, which released nationally on August 19. Hymned Again follows after Hymnedmusically as well, as it features hymns from the 1800's performed in various musical styles. After recording the first set of hymns, Bart saw the impact it…Read More


Review: Revelation By Third Day

by Patti Gibbons Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

When a veteran -- can we say legendary? -- Christian band is set to release its 10th studio album, it just might be safe to say that there will be a consistent classic sound.  If you were to play it safe that way in the case of Revelation, Third Day's latest, you just might be blown away by the new height of bigger, bolder, harder-rocking classic they achieve. 


Music Review: With Arrows, With Poise By The Myriad

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Seattle-based progressive rock band The Myriad exploded into the mainstream music scene in May with their album With Arrows, With Poise. The Myriad’s third album debuted on top of the MTV music charts and featured the band as the MTV Artist of the Week, by following in the foot steps of progressive rock bands such as Muse and blending driving guitar and drum riffs with a heavy techno twist.


Music Review: Love By Inhabited

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 Strong believable female voices are largely missing in the CCM market. While there are groups who identify well with adult females, there simply hasn’t been a band for young ladies to look up to that is on par with the best in pop music. Inhabited seeks to fill that void. Mixing pop appeal with an alternative style, Inhabited offers a fresh, hopeful sound to the marketplace with their latest album, Love.


Review: Love At The Core By Run Kid Run

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Riding the commercial success of their first studio album This is Who We Are(2006), Run Kid Run releases their latest, Love Aa the Core, on Tooth & Nail Records. Run Kid Run’s popularity came from their exposure in stores such as American Eagle and Hollister, where their catchy and pop-punk sound was quickly picked up;Love at the Core appeals to the same crowd.


Review: Worth Fighting For By Warren Barfield

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Worth Fighting Foris the latest album from Warren Barfield. It is a collection of songs that focuses on the relationships we have in our lives and all the work that goes into them. The songs highlight the need for prayer, listening and encouragement in all of our relationships.


Review: Another Time, Another Place By Avalon

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At first blush the latest from Avalon seems like a product of Wisconsin. Another Time, Another Place is a project which offers fresh versions of mid-1990s contemporary Christian music radio classics. And if these songs hadn't been reworked and performed for a modern audience, the claim that this project is cheesy would be justified. 


Interview:  Fireflight’s Unbreakable Emergence

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There are times when a song comes out of the blue to capture your attention, and it's nearly impossible to predict from what source that new epic favorite will emerge.    For those discovering Fireflight, that surprise may have come on a casual evening of television as a promo spot for CBS' "Bionic Woman" launched the band's song "Unbreakable" into millions of homes.  From there, "Unbreakable" quickly gained popularity with listeners, achieving the number one spot on Christian Rock Radio, even before the buzz surrounding Fireflight's latest album, titled Unbreakable, released.


Review: I Will Go By Starfield

by Patti Gibbons Posted in Music Reviews and Interviews

With their third studio release in six years, Starfield offers an album of driving, mission-focused worship.  I Will Go is strongly influenced by the band's move back home from Nashville, TN to Vancouver, BC, allowing them to get more deeply rooted in the worship life of their church, and gain all the support and accountability that brings.  This setting inspired songs for I Will Go that are accessible for corporate worship in contemporary and rock settings, yet won't disappoint in concert venues.


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