Christian Music News & Reviews
Have you heard the new song, "Strangely Dim" by Francesca Battistelli yet? Well, if you haven't let us introduce it to you with this official lyric video for the song! Enjoy!
Christian Music superstar TobyMac plans to sing and swing at an upcoming FCA Junior Golf Camp
Christian Music history was made when Amy Grant released her first album in 10 years - with What Grace Looks Like From Here! To celebrate, here's the new lyric video of "Don't Try So Hard" by Amy Grant featuring James Taylor.
We're also offering a FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD of "If I Could See (What Angels See)" for a limited time!
Martin Smith, former frontman for the Christian group Delirious? breaks out on his own with a debut solo album, God’s Great Dance Floor, Step
01, which released April 23.
Get a taste of Martin's music with a free download of the track, "Catch Every Teardrop".
Former drug addict, dropout, thief and loser Allan Scott found hope in his jail cell, calling on God to heal the broken pieces of his life. Twelve years later, this redeemed singer, songwriter and worship leader shares his experience in song.
Get a taste of the music of Allan Scott, with a free music download of his single, "God in Me".
What's it like backstage with a monumental Christian group like MercyMe? How does the group gear up for their continued performance before thousands of fans? You wouldn't believe it, unless you saw these videos!
Official music video for the song "The Lost Get Found" by Britt Nicole.
Former Newsboys front man, Peter Furler, in the official music video for "Reach" from his album "On Fire."
With six Grammys, numerous Dove Awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and numerous other accolades to her credit, Amy Grant is an American music icon who has erased lines between genres and earned the respect of fans and peers with her honesty, vulnerability and ceaseless creativity... (MORE)
The fun yet philosophical rock bandís creative chemistry and contagious enthusiasm never seem to wane. Vice Verses is proof positive.
Camp and his band crank up the electric guitars and drumsticks. Does it convey the full concert experience?