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The ReckoningSubscriber Access Only
Artist Needtobreathe. Release Date September 20, 2011. Label Atlantic. ListenPurchase. Style: Warm southern rock; compare to Kings of Leon, Sister Hazel, Third Day.
PolarizedSubscriber Access Only
ListenPurchase. Style: Anthemic rock; compare to Lenny Kravitz, Switchfoot, Needtobreathe. Top tracks: "Coming Alive," "Collider," "One Thing". A rebel
Born and RaisedSubscriber Access Only
Style: Coffeehouse classic rock, compare to Allman Brothers Band, Dawes, needtobreathe. Top tracks: "Queen of California," "Born and Raised," "The Age of Worry".
Crabb, Grant Clean Up at Dove AwardsSubscriber Access Only
Named Male and Female Vocalist the Year, respectively; Jamie-Grace Best New Artist
Artist of the Year. NEEDTOBREATHE won the Group of the Year award, and Laura Story's "Blessings" was named Song of the Year. Story also won Pop
Third World SymphonySubscriber Access Only
ListenPurchase. Style: Gospel Americana; compare to Derek Webb, Phil Wickham, NEEDTOBREATHE. Top tracks: "All Is Grace," "I've Got You," "Enough".
Brokenness AsideSubscriber Access Only
David Leonard (formerly of Jackson Waters, Needtobreathe) and Leslie Jordan began collaborating as worship leaders at Journey, their church in Franklin, Tenn.
Come Around SundownSubscriber Access Only
Legacy. ListenPurchase. Style: Alt-rock; compare to Third Day, Needtobreathe, The Fray. Top tracks: "Radioactive," "Back Down South," "The End". Nashville
MoveSubscriber Access Only
Style: Southern-influenced modern rock; compare to DecembeRadio, Black Crowes, Needtobreathe. Top tracks: "Lift Up Your Face," "Follow Me There," "I'll Be Your Miracle".
Casting Crowns, Ingram Big Winners at DovesSubscriber Access Only
Fans vote popular band as artist of the year; Jason Ingram picks up four awards
Producer and songwriter Jason Ingram was the night's big winner with four awards, while NEEDTOBREATHE earned three – group of the year, rock/contemporary album of the year
Jaymes ReunionSubscriber Access Only
BEC Recordings. ListenPurchase. Style: blue-eyed pop similar to Howie Day, Jon McLaughlin, Maroon 5, or Needtobreathe. Top tracks: "Fine," "More Than a Day".
Best New Artists of 2008Subscriber Access Only
Twelve newcomers whose debut albums left a lasting impression on us, and who we'll look forward to hearing for years to come.
Most of the time, their modern pop/rock is cut from the same cloth as NeedToBreathe and Jackson Waters, with piano and synth elements that occasionally recall The Fray, The Bravery
Homecoming: Overlake WorshipSubscriber Access Only
singer of Daily Planet, now offering modern worship with professional pop/rock production, on par with Chris Tomlin, Lincoln Brewster, Tim Hughes, Matt Redman, and NeedToBreathe.
Take a Chance on Something BeautifulSubscriber Access Only
Citing the likes of Switchfoot, Mute Math, Bebo Norman, Downhere, The Afters, NeedToBreathe, and a slew of mainstream artists as influences, the band's debut shines with plenty of
Best New Artists of 2006Subscriber Access Only
New talent quickly comes and goes in the music business, but here are twelve new Christian artists that we hope to see continue for years to come.
Click here for the original review. View the artist page. NeedToBreathe. Daylight (Lava/Atlantic/Sparrow Records). Another much hyped band from 2006
The Best Christian Albums of 2007Subscriber Access Only
12The Heat. NeedToBreathe. Atlantic Recordss. Is this really the same band that made their debut just 18 months ago? We liked enough of what we
May I Have Your Attention, Please!Subscriber Access Only
New artists—and the labels who market them—are willing to do whatever it takes to get noticed ... including, in one guy's case, putting his cell phone number on his CD.
Another new aggressive act, NEEDTOBREATHE, is one of the rare acts to land record deals on both sides of the divide—with Sparrow on the Christian side, and Atlantic/Lava on the
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Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Along the way, we may be able to show people Jesus.
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