A new album. A new book. A new film. There’s even a new building project. Any of these endeavors would be the primary work ahead of most christian music artists, but Andrew Peterson is tackling all of these (with some helpful hands along the way) at the same time, a sign of serious creative momentum on the part of the singer-songwriter.
Dove Award-nominated recording artist, songwriter, filmmaker, and award-winning author Andrew Peterson prepares for his second annual Resurrection Letters Tour. Featuring indie artist Taylor Leonhardt and special guest Skye Peterson, the tour runs April 5 through May 11.
From personal declarations of hope and strength to new congregational classics for worship, the last 12 months yielded numerous songs that will remain in our hearts and playlists for quite some time. This year we polled our staff and writers at CCM for their opinions on the year’s top songs. Here’s how the list shook out after compiling the results.
We polled our staff writers at CCM for their favorite albums in an attempt to generate a master list. While there was great variety among our staff, it was clear that a few albums made their way into the heads and hearts of everyone across the board.
Few seasons connect through music like Christmas, with familiar holiday tunes drawing out memories of cheer-filled Christmas mornings, family gatherings, and thoughts of the perfect gift. Yet, all too often those songs turn stale as we hear them repeated over and over again, covered by different artists. Here are ten of our favorite CCM Christmas originals, written and performed by the artist, in no particular order.
Dove Award-nominated recording artist, songwriter, filmmaker and award-winning author Andrew Peterson announces his 19th annual Behold The Lamb Of God Tour
In partnership with ChildFund, the popular Bible Tour returns this fall, visiting 14 markets around the U.S. Now in its fourth year, this not-to-be-missed live concert worship event will feature music from award-winning artists Matt Maher, Natalie Grant, Andrew Peterson, Daniel & Harvest Bashta, and Steven Malcolm.