Christian Music News

August 02, 2011

Nashville, TN — Having toured extensively throughout the mid-west over the past three years, Kansas natives and Sparrow Records’ band Samestate are set to play across the south as a part of the “So Long Summer” tour.

August 01, 2011

NEWBERG, OR: Steve Taylor's Digital Clone is breaking new ground in the art of documentary storytelling. The website highlights the career of the 80’s Christian musician Steve Taylor. Professor of Cinema and Media Communication at George Fox University, Sarah Gibson, directed and produced the iPad compatible site.

August 01, 2011

Seattle WA — Next year marks the ten year anniversary of Demon Hunter.

Each of the band's albums and other projects were released with Solid State Records. Both the band and label are proud to announce a deal that will see them continue to partner together.

July 31, 2011

Nashville, Tenn. — GRAMMY® nominated worship artist Matt Redman’s newest project, 10,000 Reasons, available nationwide, is receiving praise from critics across the board. The album also made a strong debut upon its release, dominating the charts by taking the No. 1 spot on iTunes ® Christian Albums Chart and placing in the Top 15 on iTunes ® overall albums chart.

July 25, 2011

Seattle, Wa – Announcing the HELLOSOMEBODY tour featuring the next generation of worship leaders Aaron Gillespie and The City Harmonic along with special guests Jake Hamilton (Jesus Culture), AJ Cheek and HELLOSOMEBODY founder Ben Pirtle. The tour begins on September 21 and will continue through October.

July 11, 2011

Nashville, Tenn – Since the debut of Leeland’s acclaimed Sound of Melodies (2006), the three-time GRAMMY and eight-time GMA Dove Award nominated progressive worship band has become one of the most respected and influential voices in worship music.

July 04, 2011

WHAT: USO Tour to Middle East Featuring MercyMe

WHEN: Summer 2011

WHERE: Middle East Note. Due to security reasons, the countries and tour dates cannot be released at this time.

January 27, 2000

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Rex Nelon, one of the most respected men in Southern Gospel music, died suddenly in London after suffering a heart attack on Jan. 23. He was 68 years old.

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