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Christian artist Britt Nicole is Hangin' On to success these days. Her fans haven't been disappointed with her first three CDs.
Singer-songwriter Andrew Peterson didn't intend to get so personal on his 12-song project Counting Starsbut that's what happened, and he didn't disappoint.
Addison Road blends soft-rock with hints of country and contemporary pop to perfectly complement lead singer Jenny Simmons' solid vocals.
Members of the Dove Award-nominated band Revive want fans to realize how short and precious life really is, as described on the title track of their CD, Blink.
Having sold more than 11 million records worldwide, Hillsong Live continues to bring worship music to a powerful yet intimate level on its 19th recording, A Beautiful Exchange.
Steven Curtis Chapman cant shake his daughters death. But, thats not a bad thing.
Bryce Avary, aka The Rocket Summer, started his musical journey when he was 12 and is now a songwriter, producer and musician who plays multiple instruments. Recently, he began touring with The Goo Goo Dolls.
Click to listen to a podcast with The Buzz editor Leigh DeVore talking to Avary about his music and faith.
As a gospel music artist who travels widely, Alvin Slaughter has discovered that discouragement permeates the body of Christ. He too has struggled with fear, depression, financial failure and other sources of discouragement.
Karen Clark Sheard has wooed loyal listeners for years with her signature brand of traditional-contemporary gospel music. She continued the trend with the release of her CD, All in One.
Leeland members Leeland Mooring, Jake Holtz and Mike Smith shared with The Buzz editor Leigh DeVore about their music ministry and their work with Food for the Hungry.
Hillsong United have set the standard for contemporary worship.
Chris Tomlin writes worship songs that resonate with a global audience.
Watermark fans will be thrilled to hear Christy Nockels again on her first solo album.
Hillsong United continue to usher crowds into the presence of God with energetic, faith-buildings songs. Fans will be glad to hear them againand hope they dont wait another three years for the next album.
A tribute to the industry-changing five-piece, this parting CD/DVD takes a musical walk down memory lane as Delirious hopscotches through chart-topping hits from their 15-year career.
This live recording will draw listeners into the presence of God with songs that focus on salvation and new lifethe power of the cross.
Worship leader Israel Houghton believes praise to our Lord Jesus Christ will get us through the tough times.
Your Name features songs by praise and worship artists, including Phil Wickham, Paul Baloche, Lincoln Brewster and Leeland Mooring. With the exception of the title track, each of these pop-rock tunes explores a different name for God, from Healer and Almighty to Lord and Savior.