Best Thing I Heard Today: February 7, 2019

One of the coolest things about working in the Christian music scene in Nashville is occasionally getting to hear new music before it's released....and sometimes hearing it performed live. Tonight I got to attend a live showcase for David Leonard's new solo project, The Wait, due out March 15. "Know Your Heart" is The Best Thing I Heard Today!

Big Daddy Weave | ‘The Alive Tour’ Rehearsal

CCM staff stopped by and chatted with Big Daddy Weave this morning as they rehearsed for their upcoming The Alive Tour which starts February 7, 2019 in Circleville, OH. Learn about the new single coming to radio later this week and what to expect if you're catching the tour!

CCM Exclusive: Corey Voss & Madison Street Worship

Worship pastor Corey Voss recently introduced his church creative team, Madison Street Worship. The new album, Songs of the House, is available globally February 8. We're pleased to bring you this advance, exclusive premiere of their new video for “Liberator.”
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Best Thing I Heard Today: February 4, 2019

My favorite love songs are less about the thrill of young love and more about the deep, hard-won kind, and JJ Heller captures that in her sweet new single “It’ll Be Alright,” a reflection on 15 years of marriage celebrating the depth, richness, and quiet steadiness that can only build over time.

20th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

The 20th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration aired for the 6th straight year this weekend on BET Networks. The one-hour special features performances by Kirk Franklin, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, The Winans, Lecrae, Hezekiah Walker, Tamia, Koryn Hawthorne, and more.

Jonny Diaz Releases Lyric Video for ‘Broken People’

Centricity Music artist Jonny Diaz has released a new lyric video today for his latest radio single “Broken People.” Written by Diaz with Jeff Pardo and Tony Wood, the heartfelt, mid-tempo track comes from his 2018 EP Sweetness & Sorrow.

Dave Pittman | ‘Hope’s Song’ (live)

Season 9 American Idol alum Dave Pittman was diagnosed with tourettes at the age of 9. However, when he sings his body seems to forget about the disorder. He stopped by today and gave us this amazing performance of 'Hope's Song!' Watch for an interview with Dave about his battle with tourettes, his Idol success and more in CCM Magazine.