These days, Robertson is preparing to take her Live Original Tour on the road for another year, and she’s bringing along some great special guests like Social Club Misfits, Mosaic MSC, Hollyn and Chris McClarney. We recently asked the actress, author and speaker about the other creative plates she’s spinning and where exactly the phrase “Live Original” came from.
Phil Wickham can’t contain his enthusiasm for Living Hope, the title track to his latest album—his first since 2016’s Children of God. Recently, Wickham began serving as a worship leader at his church, Harvest Christian Fellowship, and this new responsibility transformed the way he wrote these songs. “The songs went from being an expression of my heart, to servicing the heart of the church,” he says.
As you refresh your playlist for back to school and pumpkin spice season, don’t miss the amazing new music on our CCM Magazine September new release roundup, featuring powerhouse vocalists, uplifting pop rock, and the full-length debut from a new artist we love.
One year ago, he was singing in arenas as the opening act for Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey’s co-headlining tour. Since then he’s earned multiple Grammy nominations, topped the charts with his own songs as well as a collaboration with Crowder, hit the road again with Chris Tomlin and penned his first song for a film, Canal Street, which opens in September.
Mark Schultz recently released his latest album, Follow, a loaded live set that features a handful of fan favorites along with 9 new tracks—all of which follow the same instructions he learned after first moving to Music City. Schultz said they decided to record the album live because stories resonate even more when there’s an immediate audience for them.
Not only does the Rhett Walker Band know how to rock, they know how to roll with the conversation. The lead singer and band’s namesake talks about making mistakes, the reality of redemption, and the importance of community (and new music!) in the latest 'Features on Film with Andrew Greer.'