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David Byrne and Brian Eno’s new album inspired by gospel music

posted by Joanne Brokaw

David Byrne and Brian Eno have teamed up for a new project inspired by gospel music. Byrne wrote the lyrics, Eno wrote the music. Eno is quoted at thecelebritycafe.com: “I was surprised by how little attention Americans paid to their […]

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Free Christian music downloads – I Am Terrified’s new single

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Here’s a great way to check out cool new Christian music: Every week, iTickets offers members a free download from one of the industry’s hot artists. This week it’s I Am Terrified’s “To The Service” from their upcoming self-titled debut. […]

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New company formed to inspire Christians – and I vent a little

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I got a press release this week with this lead – I’ve removed the name of the artist and the ministry, as well as some details, because I really am not venting about him, per se: “Platinum-selling Christian recording artist […]

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New project claims to change the shape of Christian music – and fails

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Several times this week I’ve seen a press release reprinted on several websites, (a release which originally I read on a newswire but ignored), about a new Christian album that claims to, and I quote, “Change the Shape of Christian […]

Help theRide Pick Their Next Radio Single

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Since their beginning it’s been a wild ride for the Colorado-based quartet, theRide, who last week released their sophomore project, The Story of People. In 2004, the band took second place in the GMA in the Rockies band competition. In […]

Christian music trivia ANSWER

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Did you guess the answer to this week’s Christian music trivia question? Apparently some of you thought is was too easy … is it because you knew the answer or googled Lou Carlozo, LOL? Prominent rock music journalist and solo […]

Gospel Music Channel launches four day Third Day blitz

posted by Joanne Brokaw

To support today’s release of Revelation, Third Day’s first studio album in nearly three years, the Gospel Music Channel launches into a four-night Third Day programming blitz. Right after Third Day appears tonight on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” […]

Israel and New Breed announce dates for A Deeper Level worship conference

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Grammy Award winning Israel and New Breed will be holding the 2008 A Deeper Level Conference this September 4-6 in Humble, Texas, just outside metro Houston. The event will be held at Grace Church of Humble located at 7224 North […]

Third Day’s Revelation releases today, band appears tonight on The Tonight Show

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Hold on Third Day fans. Today is the day the band releases their 10th studio album, Revelation. After 15 years together the band has amassed 25 #1 radio singles, 23 Dove Awards, three Grammy Awards and two consecutive American Music […]

Update on Rev. Timothy Wright

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The New York Daily News reported this weekend that Rev. Timothy Wright “remains on a respirator but is conscious and alert three weeks after a car accident that killed his wife and grandson.” The family hopes to move him to […]

Christian music trivia question

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Ready for this week’s Christian music trivia question? Prominent rock music journalist and solo artist Lou Carlozo recently made what newsworthy discovery while exploring the music archives at a major university? Check back for the answer, and the whole story […]

5th annual XFest not your typical Christian music festival

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The great thing about summer is that there are Christian music festivals galore, which bring dozens of great big name bands to fans, all in one place. The not-so-great thing is that, typically, the festivals don’t book many unknown bands. […]

Former Roper and Five Iron Frenzy members’ new band Hearts of Palm voted #1 band in Colorado

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Denver’s Hearts of Palm was recently voted Colorado’s #1 band in the 2008 Denver Post Underground Music Poll. The eight-piece pop orchestra, which includes a soaring trumpet/sax horn section, has been wowing Colorado audiences since 2006. Despite their short history […]

David Phelps on Extreme Home Makeover this Sunday, July 27

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Word Records’ Grammy and Dove Award-winning artist, David Phelps, will appear on a ABC’s hit show, “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” this Sunday, July 27, 2008, 8 p.m. EST. In this episode, the Extreme Makeover team comes to the aid of […]

Christopher Laurie, son of preacher Greg Laurie, killed in car accident

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Technically, this isn’t Christian music news, but since the Harvest Crusades have utilized CCM and rock music over the years to reach thousands of people across the country with the gospel, I thought you might want to hear this. Christopher […]

Seminars4worship announce conference dates

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Seminars4Worship has announced its fall conference schedule. The 2008 Seminars4Worship conferences will be held in Grand Rapids, Mich. (Oct. 8-10); Indianapolis, Ind. (Oct. 15-17); Charlotte, N.C. (Oct. 22-24); Tampa, Fla. (Nov. 6-8); and Houston, Tex (Nov. 19-21)

Randy Travis’ Around The Bend just what I was looking for

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I’m tired of listening to CDs today. I’ve been finding good stuff but it’s getting old listening to the same phrases over and over and over. I want some meat in my songs, I want emotion, I want a story […]

The Dig Project holds ‘guitar toss’ at Sonshine Festival

posted by Joanne Brokaw

When you’re an indie band playing a major music festival, you have to do something to stand out in the crowd of well-known Christian artists. The Dig Project came up with a unique way to capture the crowd’s attention when […]

Laura Story on Hour of Power this weekend

posted by Joanne Brokaw

INO Records’ artist Laura Story will appear on Crystal Cathedral’s “Hour of Power” this Saturday and Sunday, July 26 & 27. She’ll performing “Indescribable” and “Perfect Peace,” both from her debut album Great God Who Saves. While this is Story’s […]

Don’t miss Above The Golden State’s debut release

posted by Joanne Brokaw

If the Beatles and Delirious formed a band, it might sound like Above The Golden State, the pop rock group that this week released their self-titled debut album on Sparrow Records. The Portland, Oregon natives call their style of music […]

Pick of the Week – Francesca Battistelli’s My Paper Heart

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I don’t know what I expected from newcomer Francesca Battistelli, but for sure, it wasn’t what I got when I popped her debut CD My Paper Heart into my stereo. I thought maybe I’d get an earful of dance drivel […]

Prayer request for The Wrecking’s Darren Elder

posted by Joanne Brokaw

No, The Wrecking isn’t a construction crew, but you might not know that today. Drummer Darren Elder, of modern rock band The Wrecking, broke his hand in two places while working on some home repairs. I don’t know officially what […]

Natasha Bedingfield’s Christian music past

posted by Joanne Brokaw

And here’s another hot mainstream artist who got her start in Christian music: Natasha Bedingfield. As a teenager, Bedingfield and her siblings, Daniel and Nikola, formed the short-lived Christian dance/electronic pop group, The DNA Algorithm, which performed at several Christian […]

Brandon Heath’s new single tops digital charts

posted by Joanne Brokaw

“Give Me Your Eyes,” the latest single from Christian music’s New Artist of the Year Brandon Heath’s latest album What If We, debuted at the top of the Christian music digital charts, reaching No. 1 on iTunes and Amazon.com. With […]

Jon McLaughlin announces new album

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Oh, goodie! One of my favorite artists just announced a new album, set for release in October! Jon McLaughlin’s piano-driven pop rock debut Indiana is one of my favorite albums, and he’s back this fall with OK Now.

Haste The Day guitarist asked to leave the band

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Last week, the band Haste The Day issued a statement on their website announcing that they have asked their guitarist Jason Barnes to leave the band.

Seeing through South Africa’s Straatligkinders

posted by Joanne Brokaw

In the spirit of once again bringing you Christian music stories from around the world (which seems to be the theme this week), let me introduce you to the band Straatligkinders, from North West South Africa.That’s right. North West South […]

Christian Music Trivia ANSWER

posted by Joanne Brokaw

So did you guess which Christian music artist has won more Dove Awards than any other artist? The answer is …

Nevertheless Cooking Up Surprises For Radio

posted by Joanne Brokaw

There’s nothing better than showing up for work and having someone waiting there with breakfast.And it’s even better when it’s one of Christian music’s hottest up and coming rock bands, Nevertheless, scrambling the eggs.

Pick of the Week – Big Daddy Weave’s What Life Would Be Like

posted by Joanne Brokaw

(Because we didn’t have a Pick of the Week last week, we’ll have two this week. Check back Friday for another!) Big Daddy Weave celebrates a decade as a band with the release today of their fifth studio album, What […]

Mighty Clouds of Joy’s Michael Cook Passes Away

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Michael Cook, member of the legendary Gospel group The Mighty Clouds of Joy, died Friday morning July 18th as a result of a massive coronary. He was 46. He is survived by his wife Valerie and three children, ages 8, […]

Capuchin Monk Sings in Heavy Metal Band Fratello Metal

posted by Joanne Brokaw

This story will really throw a twist on the “what is Christian music” debate! I originally saw “Brother Metal” on the BBC World News last weekend. He’s a Capuchin monk named Brother Cesare Bonizzi who sings in a heavy metal […]

Reader Poll – What Artist Has Most Impacted Christian Music?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Christian music has a long history of artists who have left their mark on the industry, from pioneers like Larry Norman and Keith Green to crossover artists like Stryper and Switchfoot. What artist do you think has had the greatest […]

Delirious to disband

posted by Joanne Brokaw

On the heels of the news in April that Stew Smith was leaving Delirious comes news that lead vocalist Martin Smith is also leaving, and with that, the group will officially disband. Smith is leaving to spend more time with […]

Centricity Records signs Andrew Peterson

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Here’s some great news: Centricity Records has signed singer/songwriter Andrew Peterson to their label. Peterson will release his label debut, The Resurrection Letters, Vol II on October 21, 2008. Peterson’s own credits include the Top 10 radio hit “Nothing to […]

Christian Music Trivia

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Let’s see how well you know your favorite Christian music artists! This week’s question: Which Christian music artist has won more Dove Awards than any other artist? And if you know who it is, do you know how many he/she […]

Irish Christian music festivals growing in popularity

posted by Joanne Brokaw

We’re used to reading about Christian music events in the U.S. and Canada, but I stumbled across this really interesting article from the Independent Irish news website about the growing trend in Christian rock and festivals in Ireland. The article […]

African artist answers question What is Christian music?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Surfing around the internet today, I found an interesting article with a gospel artist in Ghana named Daniel Ayisi. In the interview he addresses the question, What is Christian music? Since Dave Weiss’s guest post on Friday was on the […]

Albert E Brumley 40th Annual Gospel Sing

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Southern Gospel music lovers will gather Aug 6-9, 2008 to celebrate songwriter Albert E. Brumley at the 40th Annual Brumley Gospel Sing. The event will be held at the Cowan Civic Center in Lebanon, MO. In his lifetime, Albert E. […]

Update on Destination 7 drummer Jeremy Devore

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I just heard from Natasha, lead vocalist for Destination 7, with an update on drummer Jeremy Devore. He has been diagnosed with viral meningitis. The good news, if there is some, is that the rest of the band doesn’t have […]

Are you an average Christian radio listener?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Dunham+Company marketing company recently released results of a survey of Christian radio listeners and I thought the results were interesting. Let me state for the record that I listen to very little Christian radio. We actually have three or four […]

North Pole Christian music festival

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Now here’s a festival that would be fun to visit, if you have a sleigh and eight reindeer, that is. The 3rd Annual North Pole Contemporary Christian Music Festival will take place tomorrow, Saturday July 19, from 2 pm to […]

Funeral services for Betty Wright and grandson DJ

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Funeral services, or as the press release more aptly puts it, “homegoing” services, for Betty Wright and her grandson Daniel (DJ) Wright, Jr. have been announced.

John Tesh giving away gas cards to lucky listeners all summer

posted by Joanne Brokaw

As part of his nationally syndicated radio show, “Intelligence For Your Life Radio,” and in the spirit of loving your neighbor, radio talk show host and entertainment personality John Tesh is running a summer giveaway that will really fill your […]

Pray for Destination 7 drummer Jeremy Devore

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Hey, all! This bulletin was in my inbox this morning, from the band Destination 7: “Our drummer Jeremy was taken to the ER this morning at 2am. He has been diagnosed with Meningitis. The doctors are waiting on tests to […]

Guest blogger Pastor Dave Weiss answers the question “What is Christian Music”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Greetings, faithful readers! I’ve been away for a few days this week and as a result don’t have a pick of the week this morning. But I DO have a great guest blog post from my friend, Pastor Dave Weiss, […]

Teen Choice Awards really for teens?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I was checking out the nominees for the Teen Choice Awards and realized that I’m either completely out of touch with reality, or I don’t know what a teen is anymore. When I think of music, television and movies that […]

Temecula CA Gospel festival holding auditions for performers

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The Temecula Gospel Music & Art Festival is inviting Christian music artists to audition for their first annual festival, which will take place September 26-27 at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater, in Temecula, CA. Auditions are being held for […]

David Crowder Band Remedy Club Tour DVD releases Aug 19

posted by Joanne Brokaw

David Crowder Band will release the “Remedy Club Tour” CD/DVD to retail on Aug. 19. This is the band’s first ever full-length DVD features five and a half hours of content, including a behind the scenes tour documentary, song demonstrations […]

Cindy Morgan throws the rule book away on her new album “Beautiful Bird”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Cindy Morgan ventures into new territory with her latest release, Beautiful Bird. The album is self-produced and being released only through digital formats on her website and via iTunes.Beautiful Bird returns Morgan to her Appalachian roots, with a mix of […]

Christian Music Trivia ANSWER

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Did you guess the answer to this week’s Christian music trivia question:Q: In 1985, which Christian rock act’s video was banned from MTV for allegedly being too violent?The answer is …

Hot new free Christian music from NoiseTrade.com

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Most musicians want to not only create beautiful music but make money and expand their fan base. Music fans want hot new music and the right to share it wtih their friends without the threat of the recording industry knocking […]

Foreigner’s Lou Gramm records Christian rock album

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Billboard.com reports that Lou Gramm, former frontman for the rock group Foreigner, has finished recording his first Christian rock album. Gramm, a native of Rochester, NY, recorded the album in his hometown with his band, which includes his two talented […]

Amy Courts donates 10% of proceeds from new album to Village of Hope in Uganda

posted by Joanne Brokaw

With the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album, These Cold And Rusted Lungs, singer songwriter Amy Courts has committed to donate 10% of all artist proceeds from the album to the African aid organization, The Mocha Club. The donations […]

Rush of Fools’ trailer recovered

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Dove-nominated Rush of Fools recently had their equipment trailer stolen out of their driveway in Alabama. They lost everything, including all their merchandise, guitars, cases, amps and anything they’d need to play a show. Insurance was expected to cover some, […]

Were the Beatles a Christian Band?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

In 1966, John Lennon boasted that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus and that “Jesus was all right, but his disciples were thick and ordinary,” setting of a spiritual controversy that follows the band to this day. But the UK […]

6 Disney Incubator artists with ties to Christian music

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I think it’s pretty well known that tween pop sensation the Jonas Brothers got their start in Christian music. But surfing around the Disney Incubator site I found a few more artists with ties to the Christian music industry: 1. […]

Christian Music Trivia

posted by Joanne Brokaw

How well do you know your Christian music artists? Here’s this week’s Christian music trivia question: Q: In 1985, which Christian rock act’s video was banned from MTV for allegedly being too violent? Think you know this answer? Check back […]

Free Jars of Clay concert kicks off Sonshine Festival

posted by Joanne Brokaw

With dozens of Christian music festivals taking place from coast to coast this summer, it’s nice to find something unique about one. Sonshine Festival, which takes place July 17-19 in Willmar, MN, kicks off Wednesday night, July 16, with a […]

Heather Payne leaves Point of Grace

posted by Joanne Brokaw

In a letter today on the Point of Grace website, singer Heather Payne announces that she’s leaving the group. (In the photo, Heather is in the back.) Citing the overwhelming pressure to juggle the roles of “super-wife, super-mommy and super-singer,” […]

Vote for Manic Drive in the Hockey Night in Canada theme song contest

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Shawn Cavallo, frontman for rockers Manic Drive, has submitted a song for the “Canada’s Hockey Anthem Challenge” theme song contest and he needs your votes! Not only does the winner get his song used as the theme for Hockey Night […]

Texas Ranger Josh Hamilton takes the field with Phillips, Craig, and Dean

posted by Joanne Brokaw

If you’ve been to a Texas Rangers game recently and wondered about the song playing when outfielder Josh Hamilton takes the field, wonder no more. The song is “Saved the Day,” from Phillips, Craig and Deans’ 2006 INO Records’ release […]

Shirley Caesar releases CD/DVD “After 40 Years: Still Sweeping Through The City”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

After 40 years in the industry, gospel legend Shirlety Caesar is adding one more project to her repertoire, which already includes 42 albums and 8 DVDs. Her latest 12 song compilation CD, After 40 Years: Still Sweeping Through The City, […]

I Am Terrified launches tour, releases new EP

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I Am Terrified, Gotee’s newest metal core band, will unveil their six-song EP July 18 when their tour launches in their hometown of Birmingham, Alabama. The first show will take place at their CD release event at Life Church 1449 […]

Pick of the Week: Capital Light’s “This Is A Outrage”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

This Tulsa, OK based pop/rock band released their debut project, This Is An Outrage, on July 8, and are already charting in the Top 40 on iTunes Rock Albums chart. Produced by award-winning Aaron Sprinkle, the album is a perfect […]

Win a trip to Australia for Hillsong United’s Encounterfest Conference

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Integrity Music and Relevant Magazine are offering the travel and worship opportunity of a lifetime when one lucky contest winner receives all expense-paid trip for two to the Hillsong United Encounterfest Conference to be held in Sydney, Australia in October. […]

Phil Stacey live this weekend on “Grand Ole Opry”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Catch American Idol Season 6 finalist Phil Stacey this Saturday, July 12, on the “Grand Ole Opry.” Phil will perform songs from his recently released self-titled CD, including the single “If You Didn’t Love Me,” co-written by Rascal Flatts front […]

Hillsong United Conference Comes to the US

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The Hillsong United Conference takes place August 22-23 at the Grace Community Church in Houston, Texas. The conference offers pastors, youth leaders, worship leaders, musicians and students the chance to learn at the feet of the enormously popular and spirit-filled […]

Starfield in Amsterdam

posted by Joanne Brokaw

One of my favorite rock worship bands, Starfield, just posted this fun video from their recent trip to Amsterdam, where they performed at the EO Youth Day. This clip is mostly of lead vocalist Tim trying to learn the Netherlands’ […]

To send condolences to the Wright Family …

posted by Joanne Brokaw

So many of you have been commenting about the accident last weekend that seriously injured Rev. Timothy Wright and killed his wife Betty Wright and their grandson, D.J. that I thought you might want to send a card or note […]

5 Ways to Help Kids Make Smart Music Choices

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Marybeth Hicks knows a thing or two about raising cool kids, or as she explains, GEEKs – genuine, enthusiastic, empowered kids. Her latest book, “Bringing Up GEEKs: How To Protect Your Kid’s Childhood in a Grow-Up-Too-Fast World,” gives parents real-life […]

Monday Morning Trivia ANSWER

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Did you guess the right answer to this week’s Monday Morning Trivia? Q: While on a family vacation as a child, which hard-rocking front man and his brothers caused his family’s car to be pulled over by police because the […]

Rev. Timothy Wright update

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Newsday.com today reports that the Rev. Timothy Wright, who was critically injured last weekend in a crash that took the lives of his wife and grandson, is “holding on.” At last word, Wright remained in critical condition at Geisinger Medical […]

If you could ask your favorite Christian music artist one question …

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Next month, I’ll be gearing up to head out to Kingdom Bound music festival, where I get to interview artists, see new bands and generally spend four days immersed in Christian music (and sunshine!). So I thought this might be […]

Rush of Fools trailer and equipment stolen

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Early Thursday morning, the guys in the band Rush of Fools lost everything they own when someone stole their band trailer from their driveway in Alabama. The guys had recently purchased some new gear, and the loss is estimated at […]

Heidi Montag, Christian music artist?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

First, the story that Katy Perry once released a Christian album, but fled that path for a more secular career where, as her fans have been vehemently asserting, “she can finally be herself.” Now comes the news that Heidi Montag, […]

Rev. Timothy Wright and family involved in tragic car crash

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The “godfather of gospel,” Rev. Timothy Wright, was critically injured and his wife and grandson were killed this weekend when their vehicle was hit head-on by driver going the wrong way on a Pennsylvania interstate. Rev. Wright is pastor at […]

Monday Morning Trivia

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Let’s see how well you know your favorite Christian music artists with the Monday Morning Trivia question: Q: While on a family vacation as a child, which hard-rocking front man and his brothers caused his family’s car to be pulled […]

Pick of the Week: Article One’s “Colors and Sounds”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I know, I know. Article One’s latest album Colors and Sounds released in May, before the Gospel SoundCheck blog started. But when I popped the album into the CD player this week I was once again captivated with the music […]

Phil Stacey’s “Old Glory” released to iTunes

posted by Joanne Brokaw

While serving active duty in the United States Navy as a Musician Third Class at Navy Band Southeast in Jacksonville, Florida, former American Idol contestant Phil Stacey penned a patriotic anthem, “Old Glory.” The song has now been released to […]

Check out Paul Alan’s “Drive It Home”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

You have to check out Drive It Home, the sophomore solo release from singer songwriter Paul Alan. There’s nothing better than an album filled with perceptive, intelligent lyrics combined with well-constructed modern rock songs that go beyond repetitive, pop worship […]

Monday Morning Trivia Answer

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Did you know the answer to our Morning Trivia Question: Q: What Christian singer/songwriter had to change his last name because it was getting flagged as porn by spam filters? The answer is …

(RED) Music

posted by Joanne Brokaw

You’ve seen the products all over, the INSPIRI(RED) t-shirts and other products sporting the (RED) logo. Now that same model will be applied to the music industry to help artists increase revenue and exposure while raising money for medicine for […]

So what is “Christian music,” anyway?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

All of the hoopla surrounding the news that Katy Perry, whose single “I Kissed A Girl” is topping the Billboard charts, released a Christian album back in 2001 brings up a question that always causes a lot of debate. What, […]

Two Empty Chairs’ “Lifelight”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I told you yesterday about a band called Two Empty Chairs. Here’s their video to the song, “Lifelight,” which was in the movie, “The Wager.”

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