Advertisement

Gospel Soundcheck

Gospel Soundcheck

Christian music new releases Archives

Free Christian music download from 9th Hour

posted by Joanne Brokaw

You can get a free Christian music download of the title track from 9th Hour’s sophomore album, Cover Me. This Smithville, MO-based Adult Contemporary Rock group has been performing throughout the Midwest since 2004 and has been recognized as a […]

Advertisement

Free Christian music download from Joel Auge

posted by Joanne Brokaw

You can get a free Christian music download this week from worship artist Joel Auge. The song is “Be Lifted” from his sophomore project, Invisible Things, which releases July 6. The album is produced by Joel Auge and fellow Canadian […]

Advertisement

Mark Stuart and Will McGinniss return to music scene with Know Hope Collective

posted by Joanne Brokaw

After a three-year departure, former Audio Adrenaline lead singer Mark Stuart and bassist Will McGinniss return to the music scene with the Know Hope Collective, a ground-breaking initiative that combines their favorite emerging voices of worship music with stories of […]

Advertisement

Stellar Kart’s Adam Agee talks about Something Holy

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Stellar Kart is back with a new album, Everything Is Different Now. The song “Something Holy” is their current radio single. In addition to the video above, frontman Adam Agee took some time to share a devotional about what it […]

Introducing Hark The Herons

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Thanks to Robert White of the Christian Week newspapers in Canada for passing this music tip along to me:Glenn Lavender, bassist for downhere, has teamed up with friend and musician Kalyn Allen to form a side project – indie alt-folk […]

MercyMe living out the theme of “The Generous Mr. Lovewell”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

MercyMe’s The Generous Mr. Lovewell debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top 200, making it their highest charting album debut to date. The excitement about the new album began with great reviews from USA Today, Billboard, Christianity Today and more, […]

Guy Penrod to release first solo project, Breathe Deep

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Last year, Guy Penrod left the Gaither Vocal Band after 14 years with the group to pursue a solo career. Penrod signed a recording deal with Gaither Music Group and his new solo project, Breathe Deep, is set to release […]

Gaither Vocal Band releases two new CDs and DVD set

posted by Joanne Brokaw

A year ago, the Gaither Vocal Band underwent a renovation of sorts, reuniting all-star members Michael English, Mark Lowry, Wes Hampton, David Phelps and founder, Bill Gaither to create the first-ever five-member group.After a year of touring, the group next […]

Celebrate the season with new Christmas music

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Now that Thanksgiving is over, the Christmas season is officially in high gear! Here is list of new Christmas albums and songs from Christian artists to help celebrate the season! Special Christmas Singles: Abandon Kansas “O Come All Ye faithful” […]

Fireflight invites fans to join a live webcast on Friday, November 20

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Mark your calendar for Friday, November 20, when rockers Fireflight will host a live webcast to share music from their upcoming February 2010 release, For Those Who Wait. The webcast kicks off at 5 PM eastern / 4 PM Central […]

Switchfoot releases new CD, new tour, and myriad media appearances

posted by Joanne Brokaw

It’s a busy, busy month for rockers Switchfoot. This week, the band will take the stage for Yahoo! Music’s new live concert program, “Maximum Performance Guitar Hero 5.” Lead vocalist Jon Foreman and drummer Chad Butler will also be featured […]

A special message from cancer survivor and Christian music artist, Paige Armstrong

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Nineteen-year-old Paige Armstrong’s debut CD Wake Up hit stores this month, but her journey to the music industry has had more twists and turns than most artists. At age 11, she was diagnosed with cancer, and it was an opportunity […]

Chynna Phillips finding fame again with Vaughn Penn, amidst family crisis

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Chynna Phillips, who found fame as part of the pop trio Wilson Phillips, is back again with a new singing partner and album. And a little family crisis. Phillips teamed up with singer songwriter Vaughn Penn, New Music Weekly’s 2007 […]

Mission Six readies for sophomore release, “Not Too Young”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

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) […]

Free 4 song EP from B. Reith available for a limited time

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Here’s a deal you can’t pass up: for a limited time you can get a 4 song EP from Christian rapper B. Reith. Just head over to Amazon.com! B.Reith full-length debut album, Now Is Not Forever, hit stores yesterday. So […]

The inside scoop on Hawk Nelson lead vocalist Jason Dunn – from his dog, Murphy!

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Pop rock band Hawk Nelson releases their new album, Live Life Loud, today! With all of the press surrounding the band, we thought it would be fun to give you an inside peek at lead vocalist Jason Dunn, from someone […]

It’s Official! Jennifer Knapp is back!

posted by Joanne Brokaw

You heard me: Jennifer Knapp is back! For those of you who never knew Jennifer Knapp, you don’t know what you missed. She launched on to the music scene with her folk inspired music. Her three label releases – Kansas, […]

Join B. Reith for an online listening party with special guests tobyMac and Dave Barnes

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Mark your calendars for Monday, September 21 when singer, rapper, songwriter and producer B. Reith hosts an online listening party with special guests tobyMac and Dave Barnes.Reith will unveil his new release, Now Is Not Forever, live on his website. […]

VIDEO: The Wrecking’s “Sound Of The Resistance” from their new EP, The Catalyst

posted by Joanne Brokaw

One of my favorite bands, The Wrecking, released their new digital EP, The Catalyst, last week. The six-song EP includes sneak previews of songs which will be included on the band’s full-length CD set to drop in early 2010.The first […]

KJ-52 Releases New Album, Five-Two Television, September 22

posted by Joanne Brokaw

KJ-52 – Stuck In The 80’s from BEC Recordings on Vimeo. Christian hip-hop pioneer KJ-52 ventures into more uncharted territory than usual with his upcoming release, Five-Two Television, releasing September 22nd. “I wanted to create a record that’s almost like […]

Platinum Rockers Flyleaf Returm From Afghanistan; Ready For Release Of Sophomore Album, “Memento Mori”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Rockers Flyleaf recently returned home from their first tour for U.S. troops overseas. The band’s diverse itinerary took them from Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan – where they performed before nearly 1,000 hard rocking soldiers – to the distant Forward […]

Free Christian Music Download from Charles Billingsley

posted by Joanne Brokaw

You can grab a free download from worship leader Charles Billingsley, this week over at iTickets. The song is “God Of The Ages” from the album of the same name, recorded at Thomas Road Baptist Church in Virginia. The album […]

Jason Gray’s “Everything Sad Is Coming Untrue” Releases September 1

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Singer/songwriter Jason Gray breaks a two-year writer’s block with his new album, Everything Sad Is Coming Untrue. Blending elements of folk, alternative rock, and R&B, the album features Gray’s soothing vocals and deep insight into live and faith. For those […]

Part 2 Of My Interview with Derek Webb: Cursing In Songs, Homosexuality

posted by Joanne Brokaw

In Part 2 of my interview with Derek Webb, he addresses why he chose to curse in the song “What Matters More,” and what, if anything, he has to say about homosexuality. Unlike Part 1 of the interview, I won’t […]

Part 1 Of My Interview with Derek Webb; Talking About Controversy and Record Sales

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I know many of you are waiting patiently to hear about my interview with Derek Webb. We had a lovely, long chat and rather than keep you waiting any longer, I thought I’d share the first part of the interview. […]

Jason Gray Releases New Album, Complete With Fun and Quirky Personal Extras

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Jason Gray fans asked for it, and with his new albu now they can have it: Jason’s personal life, up for grabs. “In today’s competitive mart of music commerce, fans want more than just the music,” explains the often quirky […]

pureNRG’s New Album Debuts At #20 On Billboard Top 200

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Tween pop sensation pureNRG’s new CD, The Real Thing, debuted this week at #20 on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart (that’s higher than the soundtrack for “Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince”) and at #1 on the Christian Soundscan chart. […]

Leeland Readies For Third Studio Release in August

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Grammy- and Dove- nominated rock worship band Leeland is gearing up for the release of their third album, Love Is On The Move, on August 25.”Worship, justice and action are not separate,” explains lead singer and guitarist Leeland Mooring about […]

Skillet Readies For Fall Awake And Alive Tour; New Album In August

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Rockers Skillet are gearing up for the August 25th release of their already-critically acclaimed new album Awake with plans for a 50-city tour. The Awake And Alive Tour will feature Skillet, along with special guests Hawk Nelson, Decyfer Down and […]

Derek Webb’s Stockholm Syndrome To Be Released In Two Versions, “Clean” and “Explict”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Stockholm Syndrome Trailer from Derek Webb on Vimeo. This just in: Derek Webb’s new album, Stockholm Syndrome, will be released in September in two versions: a clean and explicit version.The controversy surrounds the lyrics to one of the songs, “What […]

Newsboys’ “In The Hands Of God” Amazon’s Deal of the Day, June 25-29

posted by Joanne Brokaw

You can take advantage of Amazon.com’s Deal of the Day and get a digital copy of the Newsboys’ latest release, In The Hands of God,” for just just $3.99. This is the last album that features Peter Furler on lead […]

Tween Sensation pureNRG Returns From Norway; New CD Releases In July

posted by Joanne Brokaw

PureNRG, the teen pop/dance trio, are readying to release their fourth studio album, The Real Thing, in June. The press release reports “the new project showcases upbeat dance numbers and ballads that spotlight the strong vocals of pureNRG, while also […]

Mat Kearney Talks About “City of Black & White” in Video Series

posted by Joanne Brokaw

In a four part video series, Mat Kearney talks about his new album, City of Black & White, and the stories behind the songs. I love Mat Kearney, and he’s offered up yet another great album, so I thought you […]

Press Play “Life Is Beautiful” Hits Stores Today

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The debut release from pop band Press Play, Life Is Beautiful, hits stores today, and if you’re tired of the same old same old in Christian music, you need to check it out. In fact, even if you’re not a […]

Worship Leader Kristian Stanfill’s Debut Album Named Part Of iTunes “Next Big Thing” Promotion

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Sixstepsrecords worship leader Kristian Stanfill’s debut project, Attention, is currently featured as part of iTunes’ “Next Big Thing Promotion,” which kicks off this week. Attention was hand-picked by iTunes for the campaign, which highlights a select group of key new […]

FM Static Teams Up With Youth Specialties For “Dear Diary” Devotional

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Boy Moves To A New Town With Optimistic Outlook by FM StaticPop punk band FM Static, side project for Thousand Foot Krutch’s Static singer-songwriter Trevor McNevan and drummer Steve Augustine, has teamed up with Youth Specialties to create a free […]

Check Out Lanae Hale’s “Back And Forth”, Live And Unplugged

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Lanae Hale’s full length album Back And Forth releases May 19 and the title cut has already been released to radio, but here’s a sneak peek at her performing the song live and unplugged during a Centricity Record’s showcase at […]

Jars of Clay Releases New Album This April; Song “Hero” Used by NBC For Show Promo

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Here’s some great news: Jars of Clay is back this April with their 10th studio album, The Long Fall Back To Earth. One of the songs on the album, “Hero,” is being used in the promo for the new NBC […]

The Fray releases sophomore album to Christian market

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Alt rockers The Fray are releasing their self-titled sophomore effort to the Christian market on February 3, 2009. The band, who sold 3.2 million copies of their mainstream debut album How To Save A Life, opted to release this second […]

Spanish praise music compilations released from Maranatha Music

posted by Joanne Brokaw

On January 27, Maranatha! Music will release Quiero Alabarte 1 and Quiero Alabarte 2. Each compilation features vocal and instrumental versions of the best of Maranatha! Praise recorded in the Spanish language. The Quiero Alabarte series has touched thousands of […]

Cool Hand Luke’s new project and tour with My Epic

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Cool Hand Luke hit the road this month in support of their new project, The Sleeping House. They’ll tour through the end of the month, hitting venues across the Southeast. For the past year, Cool Hand Luke has been in […]

Newsboys guitarist Jody Davis returns; Paul Colman will pursue solo career

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The newsboys announced this week that former guitarist Jody Davis is returhing to the band after a five-year hiatus. Davis will replace Paul Colman, who has played with the band for the last three years. Davis, who was a member […]

Paul Colman releases new solo album, History

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Paul Colman, formerly of the Grammy nominated, Dove Award-winning group Paul Colman Trio and now guitarist for Newsboys, is getting ready to release his second solo album, History, in January. The album showcases the best of Colman’s career, including Paul […]

Randall Goodgame releases new EP, Bluebird; free download of single

posted by Joanne Brokaw

How happy am I? Randall Goodgame just released a new EP! You may not have heard his name before, but you’ve probably heard his music. Randall Goodgame is a songwriter for Caedmon’s Call and had penned songs for artists like […]

Family Force 5 debuts new video “Radiator” and I wonder if we’re just too cool for Jesus

posted by Joanne Brokaw

RadiatorCheck out the latest video from “Dance-derived alternative rockers” (that’s what their press release says …) Family Force 5. The band is currently on the Winter Wonder Slam tour with TobyMac, Relient K and special guest B. Reith. The tour […]

Jeremy Camp is Speaking Louder, on his album and in our interview

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Today marks the release of Jeremy Camp’s latest album, Speaking Louder Than Before. With three RIAA Gold albums and more than 3.5 million albums sold, Camp, who has always been solidly devoted to his Christian faith and sharing that with […]

Michael W. Smith’s A New Hallelujah debuts at #1; heads out for Christmas tour with Melinda Doolittle

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Michael W. Smith’s latest project, A New Hallelujah, debuted recently at No.1 on the Nielsen SoundScan Christian Albums Chart, and No. 19 on Billboard’s Top 200. On March 17, 2009, Smith will unveil an accompanying DVD of the moving worship […]

It’s Halloween, so it must be time for Christmas music!

posted by Joanne Brokaw

It’s Halloween, and what could be scary than dozens of Christmas albums hawked by your favorite Christian music artists! Seriously, I’ve been getting press releases about Christmas albums since July. I think the fact that we’re selling Christmas so early […]

Mary Mary tops Billboard charts

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Gospel artist Mary Mary’s latest project, The Sound, released last week and immediately jumped to the top spot on Billboard’s Top Christian & Gospel charts. The album claimed the #7 spot on the Billboard Top 200, the week’s third highest […]

Christian singer Dustin Ruth talks about guns, hunting and the environment

posted by Joanne Brokaw

I’m a woman who grew up around guns (my father was a police officer) and went on to marry a hunter (who has graced our table with venison and our walls with dead deer heads), but increasingly I’ve found that […]

Newsboys live CD/DVD in stores now

posted by Joanne Brokaw

This week, the Newsboys released their live CD/DVD project, “Newsboys Live: Houston We Are GO.” The two disc set was recorded and filmed live in front of a packed house in Houston, TX as part of the band’s GO tour, […]

Switchfoot releases anthology, The Best Yet

posted by Joanne Brokaw

With global cumulative sales of more than 5 million units of their six albums, and dozens of chart singles, Switchfoot is releasing an anthology of their signature tracks on The Best Yet. The collection is a greatest hits but also […]

The Biggest Loser’s Dan Evans set to release debut album

posted by Joanne Brokaw

If you watched Season 5 of NBC’s reality show “The Biggest Loser” you saw Dan Evans and his mom Jackie battle other contestants to lose the most weight and take home a big cash prize. During the show, Dan not […]

Guest blogger Bebo Norman talks about his battle with anxiety

posted by Joanne Brokaw

One of the things that I wanted to do with these guest blog posts is give you a behind-the-scenes look at your favorite Christian music artists, off stage, up close, and personal. Today’s blog post is from Bebo Norman, whose […]

Kevin LeVar’s CD release party broadcast live tonight

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Tonight’s CD release party celebrating Kevin LeVar’s debut album, Let’s Come Together, will be broadcast live online at www.kevinlevartv.com starting at 7:30 p.m. ET. The live celebration takes place tonight, September 15th, at Sequoia on the Potomac River in Washington […]

Beloved’s new release really for real women?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The new album Wake The World from CCM artist Beloved released yesterday. Their promo line is “Real Music For Real Women.” Forget about the album. I’m more intrigued by the tag line. Real women? Check out their promo picture. Those […]

Pick of the Week – The Wrecking’s ‘A New Abolition’

posted by Joanne Brokaw

And for my second Pick of The Week … The Wrecking’s national debut album, A New Abolition, releases today, and it’s one you definitely don’t want to miss. The album runs the gamut from modern hook-driven rock (“The Deep”) to […]

Pick of the Week – Jimmy Needham’s ‘Not Without Love’

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Since we didn’t do a Pick of the Week last week, I have two picks this week. To be honest, I would have had to pick two anyway, because two great albums release today and I couldn’t choose between the […]

Krystal Meyers’ Make Some Noise is the theme song for NBC’s fall line up

posted by Joanne Brokaw

If you’ve caught any of the promos for NBC’s 2008 fall line up, then you’ve also caught Krystal Meyer’s hot single, “Make Some Noise,” the title cut from Meyers’ new project, which releases September 16. “Make Some Noise” is the […]

Rap groug GRITS releases new album, launches label

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The rap duo GRITS – Teron “Bonafide” Carter and Stacy “Coffee” Jones – is set to release their eighth studio album, Reiterate, on September 16th on their new indie label, Revolution Art. Supporting them on the project are Toby “tobyMac” […]

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Christian Rock Band The Wrecking

posted by Joanne Brokaw

The Wrecking’s national debut album, A New Abolition, releases next week. Here are 5 things you probably didn’t know about this up-and-coming Christian rock band: 1) The Portland, Maine based band isn’t actually a new band. They’ve been together since […]

Pick of the Week – tween sensation Mission Six Superhero

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Tween pop rock band Mission Six released their debut album Superhero this week, which raises the question: Do we really need another Christian tween pop artist? The answer is yes, especially when it’s not another choreographed, hyper-energetic dance group.

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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.

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 […]

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.

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Keith Green: “The Live Experience” and “Greatest Hits”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

In a fitting tribute, Sparrow Records recently opened its vaults and released hundreds of hours of Keith Green’s unreleased live concert recordings, festival recordings, television performances, teachings, photos, videos, and even new songs, and compiled them on two projects, The […]

Pick of the Week: Superchick’s “Rock What You Got”

posted by Joanne Brokaw

It’s been three years since Superchick released a new studio project, but on Tuesday, June 24 the sister-fronted rock band is back with Rock What You Got. With their signature powerhouse rock, pop/punk sound the album is everything Superchick fans […]

Roots Remixed … But Why?

posted by Joanne Brokaw

On June 24 Shawn McDonald will release Roots Remixed, an EP with remixes of six songs from his March releases, Roots. Roots is a truly fantastic album, creative and fresh, both lyrically and musically. The songs are funky, cool, different. […]

5 Spring Releases You Might Have Missed

posted by Joanne Brokaw

Since the Gospel SoundCheck blog didn’t start until June, I thought I’d go back and highlight some recent new releases that you might have missed: Telecast Quiet Revolution I love when a band can come right out and sing about […]

Previous Posts

Another Blog To Enjoy!
Thank you for visiting Gospel Soundcheck page. This blog is no longer being updated. Please enjoy the archives. Here is another blog you may also enjoy: Idol Chatter Happy Reading! ...

posted 4:04:02pm Mar. 16, 2012 | read full post »

Davy Jones dies and I say goodbye to my childhood
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2hzusE4veM&feature=youtu.be] Greetings, dear Beliefnet readers! It's been a while since I posted - I'm kind of in limbo right now with entertainment writing, as I've made the move to animals and ...

posted 7:13:01pm Feb. 29, 2012 | read full post »

The X Factor final performances - care to predict a winner?
Tonight was the final performance episode of this first season of The X Factor in the US, and what a way to end the competition. The three finalists - Josh Krajcik, Chris Rene, and Melanie Amaro - pulled out all of the stops for their final ...

posted 9:45:43pm Dec. 21, 2011 | read full post »

Jon Bon Jovi is not dead. Honest.
  Rock fans and women around the world are breathing a collective sigh of relief: Jon Bon Jovi is not dead. Despite rumors of his demise, the charming rock legend is alive and well. It appears to have started with a fake blog post ...

posted 8:13:10pm Dec. 19, 2011 | read full post »

The X Factor final four results: Marcus goes home
On tonight's The X Factor results show, Melanie Amaro, Josh Krajcik and Chris Rene went through to the next round and Marcus Canty was sent home. OK, OK, I know, I know. I 've been hard on Marcus Canty the last few weeks, so you may be ...

posted 9:25:44pm Dec. 15, 2011 | read full post »

Advertisement


Report as Inappropriate

You are reporting this content because it violates the Terms of Service.

All reported content is logged for investigation.