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Anywhere, AnytimeSubscriber Access Only
Churches, bars, and everywhere in between, brother-sister folk duo Judd & Maggie will sing their songs wherever they can, no matter the audience—Christian or mainstream.
Christmas Music Wrap-Up 2007Subscriber Access Only
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.
AlbertineSubscriber Access Only
Favorite Worship Albums of 2008Subscriber Access Only
Twelve of the year's best, featuring several worship leaders and artists who deserve more recognition for their contributions to church music over the last decade.
Welcome to the Welcome WagonSubscriber Access Only
Stars, Family Remember 'Pop' WinansSubscriber Access Only
More than 100 family members pay last respects to the late gospel patriarch. PLUS: Stryper reunites for album, tour; Sara Groves on Capitol Hill; and more.
Modern Worship Turns 10Subscriber Access Only
A list of the ten most influential modern worship albums from the last decade, offering new songs that changed the way we worshipped the Lord through music.
The Ladykillers: Music from the Motion PictureSubscriber Access Only
Traditional gospel/Southern gospel/hip-hop
Neon BibleSubscriber Access Only
Indie alternative pop/rock
Not Cash-ing InSubscriber Access Only
Joanne Cash says she's not riding the coattails of her famous older brother, but that she was born to sing gospel music—especially after her dramatic conversion.
FlyleafSubscriber Access Only
Best New Artists of 2005Subscriber Access Only
SubjectsSubscriber Access Only
United We StandSubscriber Access Only
Tools for the SoulSubscriber Access Only
Favorite Worship Albums of 2007Subscriber Access Only
Our annual list of picks from the last twelve months is heavily devoted to the growth and creativity among alternative worship styles in drawing believers to praise and reflection.
Audience of OneSubscriber Access Only
The Jay-Z of GospelSubscriber Access Only
Gospel superstar Donnie McClurkin on his supposed retirement, the trials that led up to the release of his latest album, and a little run-in he had with Obama a couple years ago.
Van Lear RoseSubscriber Access Only
Country rock/traditional country

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