Lights of Distant Cities
(12 user ratings) ADD YOURS. Artist Bebo Norman. Release Date October 23, 2012. Label BEC Recordings. ListenPurchase. Style: Subtly programmed
Singer in the City
An enchanting voice out of New York’s Redeemer Church, Melanie Penn finds herself in her music, her church, and her city.
Like her stellar 2010 debut, Wake Up Love, Penn's new record is produced by Ben Shive (Andrew Peterson, Bebo Norman, JJ Heller). It's light and airy
In This Hour
Jerome Music. ListenPurchase. Style: Folk/rock; compare to Sara Groves, Sandra McCracken, Bebo Norman. Top Tracks: "The One You Love," "In This Hour," "If You Were Here".
This Is What We Believe
ListenPurchase. Style: Worship rock; compare to Philips Craig and Dean, Todd Agnew, Bebo Norman. Top tracks: "This Is What We Believe," "My Hope Is in You," "Your Majesty".
Heartache to Hope
Producer Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay, Bebo Norman) works the magic that puts her in the same angelic ballpark as Sarah McLachlan and Natalie Merchant.
Love Is Waiting
Style: Folk-tinged acoustic pop; compare to Derek Webb, Shawn McDonald, Bebo Norman. Top tracks: "I Found Love," "Beautiful Mess," "Lullaby For the Forgotten".
ListenPurchase. Style: Organic alt-rock; compare to David Wilcox, Bebo Norman, Josh Groban. Top tracks: "Light in Me, "Your Love," "Stolen". Brandon
Overflowing with Compassion
Since having a few big years in CCM, Shaun Groves has been focusing on his work with Compassion International.
to Eavesdrop, which garnered six Dove nominations, including New Artist and Song of the Year for the chart topping hit "Welcome Home." He toured with Bebo Norman, Jars of Clay
Artist Bebo Norman. Release Date September 28, 2010. Label Bec Recordings. ListenPurchase. Style: Worshipful pop anthems; compare to Jeremy Camp, Brandon Heath, Matthew West
The Story of Your Life
Purchase. Style: Pop rock; compare to Bebo Norman, Phillip LaRue, Steven Curtis Chapman. Top tracks: "My Own Little World," "Broken Girl" and "To Me".
Raising Up the Dead
Purchase. Style: Acoustic rock; compare to Andrew Peterson, Bebo Norman, and Derek Webb. Top tracks: "Streets of Gold," "God's Hometown," "Family".
Letters to the Editor, Volume II
Sounds like … the folk stylings of Paul Simon, Andrew Peterson, and Bebo Norman performed by the lead guitarist of The Normals and Caedmon's Call.
2008 Music Awards: Our Suggestions
An examination of the year in Christian music, highlighting the artists and songs most likely to earn nominations, along with some other worthy contenders.
radio. Also, Bebo Norman's vocals are as warm and engaging as they were last time he was nominated in this category five years ago. Michael English.
Top 12 Christian Albums of 2001
Co-director for the ChristianityToday.com music channel.
Simply put — do what you have to do in order to own this album. Read the original review here. #1 Big Blue Sky. Bebo Norman Watershed/Essential.
Top 12 Christian Albums of 2002
Writer and co-director of ChristianityToday.com Music.
If you're a fan of Bebo Norman and Caedmon's Call, there's just no excuse for not getting into the brilliant songwriting of Justin McRoberts. Bebo Norman Essential Records.
Top 12 Christian Music Albums of 2002
It's worth mentioning that this album was independently released in April 2001. However, it was only widely distributed beginning June 2002. We also suspect that most critics did not fairly consider Psalms for their 2001 best-of lists because it was an independent release at the time.
In fact, this solid work by GRITS shows that hip-hop is truly an art form.". #7. Myself When I Am Real Bebo Norman Essential. Amy: "With beautiful acoustic
Best New Artists of 2004
He sounds just as strong and dynamic with a full band on the album as he does with only guitar and keyboard accompaniment live (as heard on Bebo Norman's Fall 2004 tour).
City on a Hill: The Gathering
like … similar to previous entries in the acclaimed series-worshipful acoustic pop with alternative touches, featuring Jars of Clay, Sixpence None the Richer, Bebo Norman, and several
City on a Hill: Sing Alleluia
Richer, Peter Furler, and Sonicflood sit out for this album, but new to the project are Jennifer Knapp, Fernando Ortega, Nichole Nordeman, Sandra McCracken, Bebo Norman, and Phil
Ably produced by Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay, Bebo Norman), it features Stephen Mason (Jars of Clay) on electric guitar, lap steel, and banjo, as well as Andrew Osenga (Caedmon's Call