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We’re only three months in, and 2017 is already shaping up to be a big year for Selah. In addition to the release of their brand-new studio album, Unbreakable (Curb), Selah is celebrating 20 years in Christian music. The award-winning group, best known for their three-part harmony, has spent the past two...

One look at Ron Block’s resume, and any artist would grow green with envy. An in-demand musician, Block has accompanied...

Fall is in the air, and if you’re planning a trip to France for the season (or simply dreaming of one of...

We chose The Gray Havens’ first full-length album, Fire and Stone, as a “Pick of the Week” in...

You may think you’re unfamiliar with the JJ Weeks Band, but chances are good, you’ve heard them. The...

I had the good fortune of seeing singer/songwriter John Tibbs play live about a year ago when he opened for the...

Pop artist Matt Price is slated to release his second EP, Dream, Feb. 10. The five original tracks that comprise...

Driven by the mantra that excellent art transcends categorical boundaries, new folk duo Mr. & Mrs. Something...

Andrew Peterson’s The Burning Edge of Dawn is a fascinating study in the eternal worth of trial and struggle....

Before signing on the dotted line with Gotee Records, Ryan Stevenson spent seven years as a paramedic. The EMT and...

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