Offering rootsy, riveting tracks with dynamic sounds and worshipful lyrics, this album hints at Third Day's southern influences. Includes "Lift Up Your Face," "Make Your Move," "Children of God," "Surrender," "Trust in Jesus," "Follow Me There," "Everywhere You Go," "What Have You Got to Lose," "Sound of Your Voice," "I'll Be Your Miracle," "Gone," and "Don't Give Up Hope."
The worship album fans have been eagerly waiting for! Wickham's poetic lyrics and infectious melodies shine in heartfelt songs including "All I Am," "All I Want Is You," "At Your Name," "God of Our Salvation," "Heaven Fall Down," "Joy," "The Sun and the Moon," "The Victory," "One God," "This Is the Day" and "This Love Will Last Forever."
The Afters’ first single “Light Up the Sky” off of the album of the same name hit number one. The third record from the Texas-based band, Light Up the Sky, released to rave reviews and garners critical praise the band has crafted a third effort worth listening to over and over again.
Kutless' follow up album to gold selling worship release Strong Tower. It Is Well featured several brand new singles such as "What Faith Can Do," "Amazed," and favorites such as "Hungry," "Give Us Clean Hands," and "God of Wonders." The heart of worship is something the band as a whole is very intune with and love bringing that to the forefront, sharing and coming together as one to give glory to God. With the new album, the audiences have been able to sing along to the classics as well as add some new favorites into their time of worship.
It Is Well (Expanded Edition) features 4 LIVE songs including "What Faith Can Do" and 1 unreleased studio song.
It's a simple but powerful question. What if we? What if we take a risk? What if we choose to follow our hearts, what if we don't? What if we sit in the quiet and truly listen to God's voice, what if we continue to fill our lives with noisy clutter? What if we look at others through the eyes of Jesus?
Singer songwriter Brandon Heath continues to inspire the possibilities on the follow up to his Dove nominated Song of the Year I'm Not Who I Was from debut album Don't Get Comfortable. Featuring "Give Me Your Eyes, "Love Never Fails and "Sunrise.
Brandon's latest offering is an honest, heart-spoken journey that further solidifies his voice in our community of believers.
For the first time, all of TobyMac’s music videos are available on one DVD. Creating unique, compelling music videos for his songs have always been key to fans experiencing his music. All of his creative music videos from his four studio albums are included, including the hits “Irene”, “Get This Party Started”, “Gone”, “Boomin’”, “Lose My Soul” and “Tonight”. Included also are select live videos from his best-selling live DVD Alive & Transported, and never-before released “Directors Videos” for several songs from Tonight.
A single chord rings out on piano, followed closely by Brooke's wispy vocals as the album opens with "Shadowfeet." Those minimal contrasting tones are even and foundational, giving eventual rise to drum taps, bass fills, and just the right amount of melodic guitar. But it's Fraser's voice that binds the unfurling sonic tapestry together. Her gently whispered moments are poignant and appropriate in every song, but it's her soaring choruses and rousing crescendos which elevate every composition.
There are no perceivable weak points on Albertine. Even the songs dismissed early on develop a depth with each listen- as the balancing act between voice and instrumentation reveals itself to be more intricately woven and c ... more
Though Christian music is obviously of a devotional nature by definition, the sub-genre of praise and worship often provides artists with a chance to distill their inspirational message to its essence. On CARRIED ME: THE WORSHIP PROJECT, CCM heartthrob Jeremy Camp does just that, delivering a diverse set of powerfully moving tracks that make no bones about the strength of his faith. Throughout, Camp uses his sensitive yet manly baritone vocals to directly give God his due, often sounding like a born-again version of Nickelback's Chad Kroeger or Fuel's Brett Scallions. Production-wise, the album is a bit less effervescent than many similar efforts, managing to up the joy factor lyrically while still retaining a hard-hitti ... more
Anytime an album prompts listeners to jump in their car, crank up the stereo, hit cruise control, roll down the windows and sing-a-long loud and proud, it’s pretty much considered a sure fire winner. And that’s exactly the ethos behind FM Static’s fourth long player, My Brain Says Stop, But My Heart Says Go, which finds primary figureheads Trevor McNevan and Steve Augustine (both of Thousand Foot Krutch fame) turning in its most melodic, memorable and meaningful album to date that will make it feel like summer outside no matter what the season.
My Brain Says Stop, But My Heart Says Go is firmly planted in present tense, urging listeners to not be afraid to step out in faith without worrying or feeling weighed down b ... more