Born on April 21, 1975 in Milwaukee, WI. Graduated from Zion Benton High School in Zion, IL in 1993. At this point, I had no serious musical endeavors. I took some guitar lessons in the 6th grade but could only play "Iron Man" with bar chords. I only knew at that time that I really loved music…
As much as I have loved leading worship full-time in ministry for the past 17 years, I'm embracing a season of change. I wanted my 2nd CD, "It's a new day", with Creative Soul Records, to reflect my diversity as an artist/songwriter, speaker, and advocate for missions projects in Africa.
Damian Follett is a Canadian singer/songwriter based in Newfoundland, an island province on the east coast of Canada. His music has been described as real stories about real people. People are always inspired by Follett's lyrics and his understanding and respect for the things that really...
"I can't get her songs out of my head," said Paul Colman, (The Paul Colman Trio, The Newsboys) who has produced Lainey's debut project. "If they were about nothing, I'd be furious. But seeing as these catchy tunes are loaded with poetry and spiritual yearning, they're like prayers". "
Shareiff Robinson is a multi-talented musician, producer, songwriter and singer who loves making great music. Shareiff's passion for Christian music was something that he attributes to his mother instilling godly principles and just living with the highs and lows of life.
Jim Labriola, born and raised in Queens, New York, always had a natural flair for comedy. During his youth, he spent hours a day listening to his favorite comedy records like Pat Cooper, George Carlin and, his personal idol, Don Rickles. In 1989, Jim opened for Tim Allen at Governor's comedy club..
Pronounced "relics", the band grew out of a friendship that began at the University of Texas. Their newest release, To Feel and Be Loved, was recorded by Caedmon's Call's own Joshua Moore. The project is a lively jam session featuring a cavalcade of eclectic instruments such as mandolin..."
Christa A. Banister
(APRIL 2008) Catch up with several of your favorite artists for the latest on their humanitarian initiatives.