Slospeak Records just announced that Bleach will be reuniting to play JoshuaFest in Plymouth, CA this summer. The label’s A&R and General Manager, Davy Baysinger, fronted the rock’n roll band and has revived the six-piece for one more performance. In addition, Slospeak is sponsoring a stage at both JoshuaFest and AgapeFest where its four artists will perform.
Highly acclaimed, Dove Award-winning pop/rock band Building 429 is not the same artist fans have followed for more than a decade. With its current track record at radio, retail, and on tour, the former up-and-comer has cemented its status among contemporary Christian music’s very best.
Los Angeles, CA — This year, entertainment legend Pat Boone will celebrate over 50 years of music. Having sold near 50 million records, 38 Top 40 radio hits, multiple Gold & Platinum RIAA certified records and was named by Billboard as the No. 10 artist for Most Top Chart Hits from 1955-1996. Boone will take 2012 to salute famed mid-century vocal group the Ink Spots.
Mosley Receives His First Dove Award Nomination For Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
Nashville, TN — Seth Mosley, Me In Motion’s front man, has rapidly become one of Nashville’s most notable songwriters, and 2012 is bringing him well-deserved accolades from his peers. At the SESAC Christian Music Awards recently, Mosley won in each of five categories in which he was nominated.
SEATTLE, WA – It has been nearly a year since Aaron Gillespie released his solo worship project Anthem Song to rave reviews and sales success.
Seattle, Wa. –After 11 years in the music industry and more than 575,000 albums sold, hip-hop veteran KJ-52 will be releasing his seventh studio album Dangerous on BEC Recordings on April 3. After thriving through the seamless transition between a cutting edge newcomer at the tip of the 2000s to one of today’s most respected and ambitious rap/hip-hop heroes, KJ-52 continues pushing the musical and lyrical envelope.
2009 GMA’S “PRODUCER OF THE YEAR” BERNIE HERMS GARNERS FOUR NOMINATIONS