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Noise From Words
Acoustic/Roots Rock
May I Have Your Attention, Please!
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.
Going Live with Liv
Livingston Taylor doesn't mind living in the shadow of big brother James; he embraces it. Here, the folk singer talks about James, Carly Simon, songwriting, and things of faith.
"Higher Power"
Favorite Worship Albums of 2002
Our top picks of the best worship albums from the last year, an annual list that we started last year just before September 11th.
Ten New Artists for 2005
It's not a complete list of all the talented newbies dropping their debuts this year, but these ten are worth keeping an eye-and an ear-on in the days ahead.
Best New Artists of 2007
Twelve newcomers whose debut albums left a lasting impression on us, and who we'll look forward to hearing for years to come.
Best New Artists of 2008
Twelve newcomers whose debut albums left a lasting impression on us, and who we'll look forward to hearing for years to come.
Will There Really Be a Morning
The Promise
Live, Love, Leave
Go
World We View
Overcome
Remastering: Revisiting or Redundant
Amy Grant's extensive 30-year catalog gets a re-release, prompting discussion over the perks and problems of remastered albums and whether fans should take interest.
Live at the Wetlands
Soulful, bluesy rock jams
No Pat Answers
In this candid conversation, Pat Boone talks about his new album, his all-star tribute to Billy Graham—featuring his old "pal" Bono—and that, uhh, heavy metal thing.
Through It All
Now in his fifth decade of making music, Andrae Crouch reminisces on a career that started in the days of Jesus Music through his brand-new album, Mighty Wind.
A Once Wayward Son Carries On
Former Kansas mastermind Kerry Livgren explored many of the world's religions before coming to Christ almost three decades ago—and he's remained on that path ever since.
Glimpses of God (Vol. 1)

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