After nearly three decades in the spotlight as one of Christian music's biggest bands, one might think Newsboys would slow down a bit. But after the platinum-selling pop rockers added Peter Furler and Phil Joel back to the mix the Newsboys are breaking ground on another era of success. Andrew Greer sits down with the guys in this month's episode of CCM Magazine's 'Features on Film with Andrew Greer'
Newsboys United will return to the road this fall for one of the genre’s most anticipated tours, it was announced today. By popular demand, the Greatness of Our God Tour will once again bring together former members Peter Furler and Phil Joel with Newsboys’ Michael Tait, Duncan Phillips, Jeff Frankenstein and Jody Davis for an autumn outing bound for more than 30 cities around the country.
On the heels of last year’s blockbuster Newsboys United reunion tour and the current hit single, “Greatness Of Our God,” Christian music supergroup Newsboys is set to unveil their latest FairTrade Services album, United, May 10.
Winter Jam, Christian music’s largest annual tour, set up its unique 360º stage in Norfolk Scope, which happens to be the world’s largest reinforced thin-shell concrete dome. Annette Holloway provides us with a review and photo gallery from the event.
The Newsboys were honored at their Nashville tour stop earlier this week for total career sales in excess of 10 million units. FairTrade Services president/founder Jeff Moseley recognized the band’s prolific achievement and rare accomplishment within the genre. Since forming in Australia more than three decades ago, Newsboys have released 23 recordings and are heralded as one of Christian music’s most iconic bands.
by Matt Conner When the Newsboys released an album titled Born Again back in 2010, it was more than the adoption of a common Christian phrase. It was an apt descriptor of a band that had decided on a fair bi...
Kevin Max is well aware of the cost of his chosen artistic path. Since his days as one third of Christian music's biggest band ever in dc Talk, Max has watched his former band mates continue to climb Christian charts either as solo artists (TobyMac) or frontmen for other bands (Michael Tait). All the while, Max has charted his own course, planting solo seeds for a blossoming catalog that shows off an impressive array of influences and command of material.