Through his years as a solo artist and as a member of the multi-award-winning groups, The Isaacs, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and the GRAMMY-nominated Boxcars, John Bowman has become known as a substantial and authentic artist in American roots music for a sound that's pure, powerful and rooted. Now he's releasing his newest recording for Mountain Home Music Company - The Hole, a six-song EP of finely-crafted, heartfelt Country and Bluegrass Gospel. It is now available for pre-order ahead of its September 27 release.
There are no wasted characters in John Bowman's songs. This bluegrass virtuoso gives the characters of his songs a three dimensional realism that they can leap out of his songs to offer us joy, comfort and companionship
Eclecticism and variety are highly valued in today's roots music scene, and musicians try to embody these qualities with honesty and authenticity. That comes naturally to Western North Carolina's Zoe & Cloyd, whose third album, I Am Your Neighbor, will be released September 27 from Organic Records. It is available for pre-order now.
Put your headphones on and let the music of Life.Church Worship blast right through. Within the first few seconds, you will experience what singing for the glory of God is all about.
Johnson Edition has just released their brand new single "Love Always Finds A Way." The song reminds us of the words of the Apostle Paul who tells us that we must have faith, hope, and love, but the greatest of these is love.
Danny O'Callaghan is one of those worship leaders that try to provide an alternative sound to worship.
Every touring musician knows the difference between a twisting, turning road and a miles-long straightaway - whether that road is the literal one on which they spend so much of their time or a metaphor for career and for life. The Grascals certainly know it, as challenges and changes have mixed with top industry awards, 3 GRAMMY nominations, 2 IBMA Entertainer Of The Year awards, late-night TV appearances, frequent guest appearances on The Grand Ole Opry and more in a career now in its 15th year. And with the release of their latest Mountain Home collection, Straighten The Curves, the veteran ensemble shows that they're moving full speed ahead toward new horizons.
This isn't a collection of old crusty hymns made with baby boomers in mind. Rather, what you will find in the first instalment of the "Simple Hymns" series are 10 newly written hymns and reimagined older hymns performed by some of today's best worship leaders such as Housefires' Pat Barrett, Sixpence None Richer's Leigh Nash, Dan Koch, Anthony Skinner, Aaron Keyes, and others.
Venture3Media (V3M) launches its Simple Hymns series with today's (Aug. 30) release of Simple Hymns: Songs of Redemption featuring such well-known worship leaders as Pat Barrett (Housefires), Chris McClarney (Jesus Culture), Leigh Nash (Sixpence None the Richer), Dan Koch, Anthony Skinner, Aaron Keyes and more. The 10-hymn album is available at iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play and more digital and streaming outlets globally.
You don't wanna miss any album by Cana's Voice. Every album they released is a revelation of both beauty and diversity.
Devotional message on Daniel 2:1-19
Erica Wiggenhorn writes Bible studies and teaches biblical principles for life change. She's passionate about God's Word and its ability to transform us personally, along with our relationships.
Towering at 15 tracks, with 9 tracks clocking in at over the 6 minutes mark, this is a garrulous album to get through.
In HOMO LAPSUS: Sin, Evolution, and the God Who Is Love, author and theology professor Dr. Niamh Middleton explores the link between evolutionary biology and Christianity and the origins of evil. Through her study of biology and theology, former Atheist Middleton suggests that evolutionary biology corroborates Christian teachings on the issues of human origins, the origin of evil, and the existence of a benevolent Deity.
Too often bluegrass albums are too single-minded for their own good. In an effort to express technical virtuosity, many artists have placed so much emphasis on the speed and execution of the instruments that they forget about the quality of the songs. Thus, many bluegrass songs sound like bullet trains trying to make it to the finish line in record time without manifesting much personalities.