Her latest single that just released today is reminiscent of and will appeal to fans of Sarah Reeves or Audrey Assad and even a bit like Billie Eilish. Elizabeth Grace's newest single, "Chasing Quiet," is the Best Thing I Heard Today!
The Belonging Co worship pastor Andrew Holt gives CCM Magazine an exclusive acoustic performance of the group's Holy (Song of the Ages).
Sarah Reeves Music Video for 'Don't Feel Like Fighting'
Curb | Word Entertainment recording artist Sarah Reeves surrenders in her new song, “Don’t Feel Like Fighting,” available across all DSPs now. The transparent and deeply personal track explores the tension that inevitably comes with close and intimate relationships over time and opens a fresh slate of new music for Reeves as she embarks on her next artistic chapter.
“Holy (Song of the Ages),” the new anthem from Nashville-based worship collective The Belonging Co, is set to release March 27. Inspired by John’s vision of worship around the throne of God in Revelation 4, the song was recorded live at The Belonging Co’s downtown Nashville campus and features their worship pastor, Andrew Holt.
Sarah Reeves is starting to drop new songs in advance of a new album. If the rest of the new project is anything like last weeks new song, "Anxious," her fans are in for some great new music. Sarah Reeves' newest single, "Anxious," is the Best Thing I Heard Today!
Nashville, TN (August 19, 2019) TobyMac has announced his latest project, The St. Nemele Collab Sessions. Available digitally August 23 and physically on September 27, the LP features remixes of fan favorites ...
Sarah Reeves first turned heads nearly a decade ago with her debut EP, Sweet Sweet Sound, on Sparrow Records. At the age of 18, Reeves was earning critical acclaim and finding her footing, but to hear her tell the story, she wasn’t ready just yet for the platform and privilege.
his second annual tour takes church on the road with a variety of great names in Christian music. The 2018 lineup includes Crowder, Jordan Feliz and Sarah Reeves, illusionist Brock Gill and worship leader Jamison Strain.