Music

David Crowder*Band releases new record called ‘Church Music’

GMA Dove winners and former MSN “Artist of the Year” David Crowder*Band will release their fifth studio album, “Church Music,” on Sept. 22 from sixstepsrecords and EMI CMG Label Group. Aptly titled, the band hopes their self-produced recording will prompt listeners to recognize the continual evolvement of music within the church as well as... -Read More


Miami Music Life offers lessons for $1

At a Starbucks halfway from each of our respective homes, A-list Nashville Producer Richard Aspinwall and I share what God’s doing in our lives and in South Florida through the Miami Music Life, an organization Aspinwall founded 13 years ago. As we sip coffee and enjoy the background music selections, including Miles Davis’ unmistakable... -Read More


Worship the result of reckless grace

Linford Detweiler and his wife Karin Berquist have 20 years of music and 12 albums under their belt, along with a fiercely devoted fan base. Their band, Over the Rhine, has played in all sorts of venues from church services to sharing the stage with Bob Dylan. They now live on a farm outside... -Read More


Paramore: Screaming ‘Hallelujah’

Paramore is a band you want to keep your ears peeled for! Multiplying its fans by the hour, Paramore has continued to blow the minds and musical expectations of fans and critics alike. That’s not all, though. Here’s the best News: Paramore is a band comprised of young, talented and unashamed Christians. In their... -Read More


South Florida says goodbye to ‘Musicianary’ Bobby Michaels

Bobby Michaels, a popular Christian recording artist from West Palm Beach, recently passed away while ministering in Cambodia. Michaels touched the lives of many people over the years through his music and his missions Life called Musicianaries. Musicianaries served Christian musicians and church worship leaders in the world’s poorest countries, even venturing into countries... -Read More


Jim Channell heats up airwaves in SW Florida

“With God before us, who could possibly stand against us?” the voice on the radio bellows each weekday morning. Thousands of Southwest Floridians have started their day with him for more than a decade. Halfway around the globe, people are listening to his voice as he talks about the history of contemporary Christian music.... -Read More


The Embassy reaches out to youth at Restoration Church

A monstrous base blared in the foreground, electronic instruments simulated a loose melody and rapid-fire lyrics and street talk boomed from the stage in Naples recently. But all this noise was not streaming from a nightclub; it came from a church. And the rap, rhythm and rhymes were all centered on one thing –... -Read More


Ray Comfort, Pillar bring Good News and good music to Ft. Lauderdale Beach

Open-air evangelist Ray Comfort, creator of “Way of the Master,” and three-time Dove Award winners Pillar will share the Gospel and entertain college students on Spring Break, tourists and locals during Beachblast 2009, a free concert Saturday, March 28, at Ft. Lauderdale’s South Beach Park next to the Sheraton Yankee Clipper hotel on State... -Read More


Jars of Clay members combine music, messages and Life

Dan Haseltine knows that music occupies a unique place in communicating tough messages. As the lead singer for Jars of Clay, he has experience in telling difficult, yet true stories to move audiences. One of those stories involves his first visit to a South African village. His guide challenged him to spot someone who... -Read More