Out & About: Zion’s Joy

Gospel group Zion’s Joy! became the subject of headliners galore when Facebook blocked the video for its single “What Would Heaven Look Like,” mistakenly labeling it as “political content” prior to apologizing and reinstating the clip

Out & About: Summer Lights Tour

The “Summer Lights” Tour presented by Compassion International stopped by Rock Church in Virginia Beach with uplifting performances from Jeremy Camp, Matthew West, Rend Collective and Koryn Hawthorne.

Out & About: Michael W. Smith

Singer/songwriter/worship leader Michael W. Smith added another feather to his author’s cap with the release of the children’s book Nighty Night and Goodnight (Zonderkidz). Here he’s shown at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt reading to the kids and conducting an interview with Seacrest Studios. 

Out & About: UPPERROOM

Worship ministry UPPERROOM (from the church in Dallas’ creative Design District) sends up some praises with tunes from its EP Moments (The Fuel Music).

Out & About: Creation Festival

Every year, Creation Festival in Mt Union, PA lights up Agape Farm with the latest and greatest in Christian music. Click on for a front row view of Disciple, TobyMac, For King and Country, Jeremy Camp, KB, Hawk Nelson, Mandisa, Kevin Young Worship, Hollyn, DJ Maj, Brian Campbell and CPR: Classic Petra Returns, who were amongst the many memorable performers during the 2018 edition.

Kevin Max – ‘AWOL’ Album Review

Ever since DC Talk took an intermission, Kevin Max flirted with many styles spanning straight up pop, electronic, traditional gospel, poetry and tons in between, but he’s rarely sounded closer to the ideal bullseye than he does throughout Awol.

Out & About: Jonathan Cain

He may be on the road all summer resuming his longtime position as Journey’s longtime keyboard player, but that hasn’t stopped Jonathan Cain from not only recording two new tracks for the career-spanning solo collection The Songs You Leave Behind(Identity Records), but also releasing the memoir.