Out & About: Lauren Daigle

Current Christian to pop crossover queen Lauren Daigle is in the midst of her Behold: Christmas Tour and Annette Holloway posted up at the soundboard for beautiful shots of the show’s opening songs (along with warm-up act The War and Treaty) at the sold out Harrison Opera House in Norfolk, Virginia. 

Out & About: Annie Moses Band

Right around this time last year, the always eclectic Annie Moses Band released a deluxe edition of its seasonal staple, This Glorious Christmas,and the classical/folk/jazz/bluegrass/pop ensemble is also gearing up for a new studio collection in 2019.

Da’ T.R.U.T.H. ‘Vet’ Album Review

Da’ T.R.U.T.H. is an elder musical statesman of sorts these days, a status that’s reflected in the title of his new EP, Vet, that also kicks off an upcoming series. Short for “veteran,” Vet finds the lifer redefining his artistic priorities, taking the emphasis away from sales, streams and awards and turning it towards taking creative risks, and ultimately, straight up ministry.... Read more

Out & About: Russ Taff

It may have been seven long years since Christian music legend Russ Taff (The Imperials, Gaither Vocal Band) released a record, but he’s more than made up for any lost time by dropping both the praise project, Believe,and being the simultaneous subject of the biopic “Russ Taff: I Still Believe,” which chronicles his achievements, alongside struggles with a traumatic past and subsequent alcoholism.

Out & About: Dinner Conversations

The second season of Dinner Conversations with Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer (https://youtu.be/IbFJtR1b8n8) kicks off in January, but in the meantime, catch some shots of the guys getting all geared up to bounce ideas off of one another and interview several fascinating guests.

Out & About: TobyMac

he absolutely unstoppable TobyMac and Diverse City kicks off an up-close-and-personal concert tour hyping his brand new album, The Elements, at the Berglund Performing Arts Theatre in Roanoke, VA.

Out & About – Kansas

The multi-platinum project is best known for that title track and the immortal “Dust In The Wind,” which was originally sung by the mighty Steve Walsh and written by longtime member turned solo Christian rocker Kerry Livgren. And while we’re on the subject of Kansas, lest we not forget fellow former singer John Elefante, who continues making a faith-based blend of the classic and modern melodic rock to similarly pleasing results.