Michael Gungor's musical creativity and passion for worship are on full display with Beautiful Things, a 13-song set of refreshing original compositions. Featuring a guest appearance from Israel Houghton, Gungor breezes through alternative worship styles on tracks like "Dry Bones," "Please Be My Strength," "People of God," and others.
TobyMac returns to the scene with his highly anticipated new album Eye On It, featuring the hit single "Me Without You."
One of Christian music's best selling artists, TobyMac continues to successfully combine elements of rock, pop, and hip hop. His music reflects real life struggles, his faith and passionately pursuing God in a crazy world. His previous album, Tonight, featured 4 Top 10 hit singles including "City On Our Knees," "Tonight," and "Get Back Up."
Thousand Foot Krutch follow the critically-acclaimed Welcome To The Masquerade album with their first independent release. The End Is Where We Begin takes the group's trademark sound to new levels with a fifteen track set of fist-pumping rapcore and hook-heavy hard rock. Includes "Light Up the Sky," "Be Somebody," "All I Need to Know," and more.
Hailed as their most diverse album, this re-defines their "Switchfoot sound" with new musical boundaries. Featuring More Than Fine, Ammunition and This is Your Life, THE BEAUTIFUL LETDOWN is sure to touch your life where you are.
In the words of Jon Foreman, the voice and guitar player of Switchfoot, "THE BEAUTIFUL LETDOWN is about real life: the good, the bad, and the ugly. It's an honest attempt to reflect on the great and terrible aspects of being human, the tension of existence. A lot of people run away from this tension because the problems in our world are too hard to face. But the tension of being human is where we live and think and breathe. In fact, the very lowest moments in our lives are ... more
WE ARE, is the third full-length album from The City Harmonic. They continues to grapple with the struggle of everyday people, crafting anthems of longing, hope and yes, even celebration in the midst of it all.
WE ARE bursts with a renewed commitment to The City Harmonics original pulse.
Another in the line of gospel artists putting the soul and fervor back in RB music, Yolanda Adams was a school teacher in Houston during the mid'80s and occasionally did modeling work. Her mother had studied music while at college, so Adams grew up listening to jazz and classical music as well as gospel artists such as James Cleveland and the Edwin Hawkins Singers and RB vocalists like Stevie Wonder and Nancy Wilson.
Yolanda Adams' debut album, Just as I Am appeared in 1988 on Sounds of Gospel. Though she was initially criticized in the Christian community for embracing secular music and fashion to accompany her gospelthemed music, the growth of publicly popular gospel in the mid'90s pushed her into the spotlight ... more