As we turn the corner this wintry season, we often take time to reflect upon the last 12 months while we make decisions about the year ahead. As you think about the sort of hopes you have for 2019, we thought we’d ask some of our favorite artists for inspiration by giving us their own resolutions.
Casting Crowns prepares for this week’s release of a brand new studio album, Only Jesus (Nov. 16), the group announces the Only Jesus Tour, a 37-city spring arena tour run featuring fellow Grammy winner Zach Williams and Austin French.
It’s a good thing, because French has a lot to say. Recently signed to Fair Trade Services (Phil Wickham, Newsboys), the 24-year-old artist unpacks the story of a life lived at full throttle on his debut project, Wide Open.
Austin French’s vocal ability is the first thing that arrests your attention on his debut ful-length album, Wide Open. You’d surmise as much given that he’s appeared on televised singing competitions like Rising Star and The Voice, but it’s hard to prepare yourself for something so powerful and clean.... Read more
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.
"Born Again," the latest track from contemporary pop artist Austin French, is available today. Off the singer's anticipated album, Wide Open, the song is set to impact Christian radio on Aug. 24th as the second single from the record, following his debut hit “Freedom Hymn,” which hit top 10.
"Good Feeling," the newest upbeat summer anthem from Fair Trade Services' artist Austin French is now available. The song, inspired by Romans 15:13, also releases with a new lyric video which captures the joyful message of the song.
Georgia reared singer/songwriter Austin French took to Facebook to pay tribute to the TC high school shooting victims, sharing an unreleased song from his upcoming album called "Why God."