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The Katinas have set up a fund to help the victims of the tsunami that rocked the islands of Samoa and their native American Samoa after a massive earthquake in the South Pacific earlier this week. The Samoan-born brothers Sam, […]

Over at FreeCCM.com, you can grab a free download of Derek Webb’s song, “Black Eye”, from his new album, Stockholm Syndrome. It’s Webb’s most controversial album to date, so don’t miss out! RELATED POSTS: Part 1 Of My Interview with […]

This week, head over to iTickets.com for free downloads from the new House of Heroes album, Brenton Brown, Disowning Kaleb, and Ayiesha Woods. (Yeesh, at this rate, it won’t be long before you’ll have the entire debut album from Ayisha […]

I was out with the dogs just a few minutes ago, and the church bells were ringing a song that seemed familiar. As we walked through town, the tune kept resonating in my head, until we were got to our […]

B. Reith launched on to the Christian music scene with his 2008 EP, The Forecast. Now he brings his unique mixture of rap, R&B and rock to his new full length release, Now Is Not Forever. It’s always fun to […]

On September 19, Christian music’s Third Day was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, along with fellow inductees Collective Soul, music promoter Peter Conlon, Grammy-winning songwriter Bryan-Michael Cox, music industry pioneer Johnny L. Carson, and posthumous honors for […]

Kris Allen’s new single, “Live Like We’re Dying”, debuted this week and there’s one thing I have to say:When can I have the album?!

Pop rock tween band Mission Six is readying for the release of their sophomore album, Not Too Young, on October 27.This is one of those bands that captures your heart because they’re 1) talented, 2) adorable, 3) fun and 4) […]

As part of the promotion for Creation Festival: The Tour, featuring Jars of Clay, Audio Unplugged, Thousand Foot Krutch, B. Reith, This Beautiful Republic and FM Static, you can get a free 10 song digital iTunes sampler with music from […]

When he appeared on season 6 of American Idol, the chubby, bespectecled worship leader Chris Sligh offered viewers a decidedly fresh perspective: he didn’t really give a rip about the show. Well, he did, but he also knew that American […]

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