Building 429 gives us a special unplugged performance of their groovy tune, "Press On (Wrecking Ball)". We love all the embellishments Building 429 has added to this version over the album track!
An exclusive performance from the Salem Music Stations!
During release week if his album, "Sovereign", we caught up with Christian Music icon Michael W. Smith to ask him, after so many records to his credit, what was his musical approach in creating the album, "Sovereign".
An exclusive interview!!
Matthew West ("Hello My Name Is") has penned another powerful song, based on the God-touched healing in people's lives - this time the restoration of a broken marriage.
You'll be touched as you watch the testimony of the couple on which the song was based, and Matthew's performance.
Jeremy Camp ("Come Alive") takes us backstage and on-stage for the last two shows of his enormous worldwide "I Still Believe" Tour! Jeremy and his wife Adrienne both give us some special final thoughts on the tour.
Francesca Battistelli is decidedly counter-cultural. Turning on the lights, pulling back the curtains, she is unabashedly in pursuit of honesty and passionately committed to help a darkened world not only seek truth, but live in it.
Their latest record, All or Nothing, is a call to action for every Christian who is comfortable in complacency and satisfied with lukewarm faith. As their third studio project, the album showcases a band that is confident, yet humble, and fulfilled, yet hungry.
Christian music icon Michael W. Smith has had amazing success in both Christian and secular music, with hits like "I Will Be Here for You". We asked him what was the downside to being a top artist in both the Christian music and pop music genres.
How cool is this?! Jamie Grace ("Hold Me") and Sidewalk Prophets ("Live Like That") lead singer Dave Frey break into a classic Disney duet, "A Whole New World."
Could be a track on a whole new album for these guys!
Every live project by any artist has at least one thing in common—there
is nowhere to hide. No embellishment. No auto-tuning. No second chance
to create a moment. On Kari Jobe’s latest live release, there are countless moments that can only be described as majestic.
At 22, Jamie Grace epitomizes a generation unbound by age or stereotype. In less than three years, she has gone from obscurity to Grammy nods, Dove Awards and the respect of the Christian music industry.