Featured Story — Elevation Worship Releases New Album

Hallelujah Here Below, the highly-anticipated new album from Elevation Worship, releases on Sept. 28. This album, which follows up the highly-successful There Is A Cloud—which included current AC radio top-5 hit, “Do It Again,” is comprised of 14 tracks including “Here Again” and “Hallelujah Here Below” and will feature Tauren Wells as a guest artist.

Getting to Know You — Foldinglights

Desperate to add some of his colours to the madness of this world, Michael Peter Ball the artist behind Foldinglights has dedicated himself to crafting music that cuts straight to the centre of the soul.

CCM New Artist Spotlight — SEK HAO

CCM Magazine recently discovered a new artist we just had to tell you about...Sek Hao. Check out what he had to say to CCM and Christian music fans about himself and his new album.

Getting to Know You — Devin Williams

CCM Magazine connected with Nashville local indie talent, Devin Williams. See what he had to say about himself and his new project, Devin Williams with String Quartet.

CCM Exclusive: GAWVI Releases New Single ‘GET EM’

CCM Magazine recently caught up with Christian Rap/Hip-Hop artist GAWVI to talk about his new single and upcoming album. Here's what he had to say... CCM: What’s the story behind your latest single? GAWV...

Dawn Michele FREE DOWNLOAD of ‘I Surrender All’

CLICK HERE FOR A FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE NEW SINGLE "I SURRENDER ALL" Story Behind the Album — Surrender After traveling for 18 amazing years of rock and roll in Grammy-nominated, international touring band,...

Getting to Know You — Maria Gilpin

Maria Gilpin is a hugely talented singer songwriter from Portadown, Northern Ireland. She leads worship alongside her husband Mark at Portadown Elim Church. Drawing influences from artists such as The Civil Wars, Foy Vance and The Lumineers they travel from place to place bringing their music, hoping that people can relate to the songs they sing.

Getting to Know You — Throwback Kid

Take a splash of Badly Drawn Boy, a spoonful of Jack Johnson, add a sprinkling of The Beach Boys and top off with a little Waterboys Fisherman's Blues era and you'll come close to Throwback Kid.