Gawvi’s musical pursuits are plentiful these days, but as he traces his backstory, it begins with a search for something to do—a pastor’s kid stuck inside an empty church waiting for another adults-only meeting to end.
Nikki Leonti is referring to Reunite CCM, a one-night, SoCal-based event in early November that brings together several favorite female vocalists in recent contemporary Christian music history—names like Stacie Orrico, Crystal Lewis, Rachael Lampa and, of course, Leonti herself.
After a decade of music, Tenth Avenue North has built an impressive platform comprised of multiple chart-topping singles and Dove Award wins. The Things We’ve Been Afraid to Say makes it clear the band has a well-formed plan on how to best utilize their position with radio, the church and fans after so much success—namely with the release of an EP that will force often uncomfortable subjects to the surface.... Read more
When Jason Gray presented the latest batch of songs he’d written to the powers-that-be, a select group of tracks were included that featured a very special guest: his son, Kipper. Specifically, Gray had allowed his son to co-write and produce some recent demos, adding his own distinctive flair to his father’s strong melodic talent. The chemistry stood out immediately.
Greg LaFollette doesn’t think of Songs of Common Prayer as an album. Instead it’s a gift, a resource, a companion for the church—a set of songs inspired by the Book of Common Prayer intended to aid and inspire congregations as they worship together. Story Behind the Song 'Hosanna In The Highest.'