Lauren Duski heads home to N. Mich.

GAYLORD, MICH. – Country singer, Lauren Duski is back in her hometown in Northern Michigan for her first concert since becoming a national celebrity on TV's “The Voice” in...

Sarah Reeves— ‘Easy Never Needed You’ Album Review

Sarah Reeves is no stranger to the Christian music industry. Her latest album “Easy Never Needed You” gives listeners just the right amount of soft pop, electronic dance, and emotional encouragement that will be sure to touch your heart.

Light the World Benefit featuring Amy Grant

Amy Grant performed at ACL's Moody Theater in Austin on Sunday December 9th as part of The Bless Foundation's 2018 Light the World benefit.

Des Thomas with “Chosen featuring Lexi”

It’s the moment that you’ve all been waiting for. Jacksonville rap star and undisputed heavyweight disciple of Christ, the man, the mission, the lightsaber himself…Desssss Thomas, standing in one...

Joseph Habedank: Restored and Blessed with Successful Solo Ministry

In the fall of 2003, The Perrys introduced a 17-year-old Joseph Habedank to 20,000 Southern Gospel fans at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, Kentucky.
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The Martins are Still Standing

They are the Martins, and they will showcase their beautiful family harmony when they perform in concert at New Covenant CCCU (535 E. Second Street) in Waverly on Friday, April 27, at 7 p.m.

Exclusive Interview with Larnelle Harris

Larnelle wanted to tell a story, but not so much about himself. He wanted to tell a story about those who spoke into his life – teachers, lay people, church members, and most of all, his parents.

Steven Curtis Chapman Solo: A Memoir in Song

Steven Curtis Chapman performed in Austin at Life Austin Amphitheater last Sunday. The event was part of Chapman’s fall tour, SCC Solo.

Christmas Album Review: Lindsey Stirling—Warmer in the Winter

Lindsey Stirling has certainly gained huge momentum over the years bringing classical music to the next level by fusing electric and dance into the mix, creating a musical niche of her own.

You too can lead O-H-I-O

In order to execute the entire Script Ohio, the whole band must follow one person – the Drum Major. This leader is decked out in a stylish uniform and carries a huge baton. If he gets out of step, then the whole thing becomes a mess. To my knowledge, that has never happened. That is why they practice.