It may have been seven long years since Christian music legend Russ Taff (The Imperials, Gaither Vocal Band) released a record, but he’s more than made up for any lost time by dropping both the praise project, Believe,and being the simultaneous subject of the biopic “Russ Taff: I Still Believe,” which chronicles his achievements, alongside struggles with a traumatic past and subsequent alcoholism.
Premiering in more than 700 movie theaters nationwide for a one-time special presentation, Fathom Events/Fuseic Entertainment’s Russ Taff: I Still Believe was the #2 per screen average (PSA) movie in America for the night of October 30, according to data collected by Comscore.
Multi-GRAMMY® and Dove Award-winning Russ Taff will release his debut praise and worship album, Believe, Nov. 2 from Sweetwater Studios, a division of Sweetwater Sound, and with global distribution from The Fuel Music. His first new album in over seven years, the full-circle, 12-song project features new recordings of the hits for which Taff is best-loved, including his iconic “I Still Believe” which is available now as a single at all digital and streaming outlets.
Experience is a powerful teacher. It's the substance that gives a great vocalist the weight and gravitas to make an audience feel as much as he does. For Russ Taff, every splinter of pain and every hard-won ounce of hope surfaces each time he launches into a song. And that's what makes his new album Believe—the legendary artist's very first praise and worship album—such a powerful vehicle for spreading the gospel.
Coming hot on the heels of the documentary about his life and struggles with addiction and childhood trauma, legendary vocalist Russ Taff releases Believe, an album that showcases the artist’s passion and heart for his savior with twelve songs of bold worship.... Read more
Watch this sobering interview with Russ Taff about alcoholism, his road to recovery and redemption, and his upcoming movie – in theaters October 30. Russ and his wife Tori invited CCM's Andrew Greer to their home just outside of Nashville, Tennessee for a candid conversation on this latest episode of 'Features on Film."
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced all-star presenters for the 49th Annual GMA Dove Awards, including Bart Millard, Bill Gaither, Dr. Bobby Jones, Chris Tomlin, Deborah Joy Winans, Devon Franklin, Jasmine Murray, Mark Lowry, Marvin Sapp, Matt Maher, Matthew West, Pat Barrett, Ricky Dillard, Russ Taff and Tasha Cobbs Leonard.
Fathom Events and Fuseic Entertainment present Russ Taff: I Still Believe. This gripping documentary from chronicles the multi-GRAMMY® and Dove Award-winning star’s unparalleled musical journey and behind-the-scenes battle with alcoholism.
Gaither Vocal Band has released a new audio compilation in celebration of this year’s Gaither Vocal Band Reunion LIVE! concert event, scheduled to take place on October 19 and 20. Special Anniversary Collection.