Artist Spotlight

THE YEAR IN REVIEW FROM THE FOX BROTHERS

It has been an incredible year of blessings for The Fox Brothers. The group spent the year, criss-crossing the United States, performing at fairs; festivals; and other family-oriented venues. Touring is a passion for The Fox Brothers. They love it. It’s a good thing, since they are constantly on the road. Musically, it has been a great year for the group. They released two singles to radio stations that play Christian-Country music – “He Broke The Law” and “Backslider’s Prayer.”…

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BEYOND THE MUSIC- BEST OF 2000: Andrew Peterson Has Something to Say

Andrew Peterson has had a very busy year. His first national release, Carried Along (Watershed Records), was released with rave reviews. He has had two Christian Radio hit singles with, Nothing to Say and The Chasing Song. In my opinion, Andrew has emerged as one of the year’s best new artists. His acoustic based style draws on influences of folk, pop, and Gospel, including such artists such as Rich Mullins, James Taylor. His music has appeal that transends the ‘Christian’…

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JIM BRICKMAN BRINGS

Provident Music Distribution and Windham Hill artist Jim Brickman celebrated the opening of the Christmas season with a No. 1 record on the SoundScan compiled Christian Instrumental chart the end of November. Brickman’s The Gift features the hit single of the same name with country music stars Collin Raye and Susan Ashton on vocals, as well as “Hope Is Born Again,” performed by top Christian group Point of Grace. The Gift has become an instant holiday favorite, landing on three…

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THE NOBODYS – NOT INCOGNITO ANYMORE

A couple of years ago I began my phone acquaintance with Scott Riggan of the nobodys as he called to post numerous concert dates in the Christian Activities Concert Calendar. After a few months of publishing their dates, I became intrigued. They obviously were doing something right and getting booked regularly around town and in other states. When I had the opportunity to book some bands in the local Bellevue Station in 1999 during its one-year run as a showcase…

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BECOMING SOMETHING GREAT FOR GOD – Nothing

I moved to Nashville in 1993 believing that in about 3-6 months I would have a record deal and would be shaking up the planet for God.  Needless to say, I was a little naive.  But, instead of doing the typical wannabe artist thing and waiting tables, I decided that I would go out and prove to God and the world that I could have a ministry without sitting around waiting for a record company to snap me up.  Unfortunately,…

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THIRD DAY TOUR EXTENDED

Atlanta rock band Third Day planned not to tour during the spring 2001 season. However, with mounting pressure from the industry, and more importantly, the band’s fans, Third Day has discarded its former plans, announcing a 30 to 35-city Winter/Spring 2001Offerings Tour slated to begin Feb. 16. Doubling the number of cities from this fall’s tour, which launched to critical acclaim and drew packed audiences at 18 concerts across the country, the spring encore tour will bring back special guest…

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PHIL JOEL GOES SOLO

Recording artist Phil Joel recently announced plans for his first solo tour without his band mates the Newsboys. The “Strangely Normal” tour kicks off with a special concert at CBA Expo in Louisville, KY on January 31st in support of Joel’s successful solo debut, “Watching Over You.” Sponsored by World Vision and Acaza.com, the tour is targeting 20 ?A1 markets including Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Minneapolis and Los Angeles. The “Strangely Normal” tour will also feature a diverse line-up, including Sparrow…

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dc Talk- Intermission Possible!

dc Talk have come to an exciting place in their time together. They have just released their first greatest hits record; “Intermission: the Greatest Hits.” The album features 19 tracks, including a new version of “Say The Words (Now)”, remixes, and two new songs; “Chance” and “Sugar Coat It” The guys celebrated the release by hosting their first live tv special for Pax TV. The special documented the history of the band, featuring music clips, interview, and live concert footage….

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LARUE BECOMES TRANSPARENT ON JANUARY 23 RELEASE

Reunion recording artist LaRue is set for the January 23 release of “Transparent,” the follow-up to their 1999 critically acclaimed debut, LaRue. Produced by Rick Elias (“That Thing You Do”) and Ken Mary (The Beach Boys), Transparent features 11 selections written by Phillip and Natalie LaRue, as well as the hidden track, “Like Clay,” also penned by the duo. Highlighted cuts include the album’s first single, “Wake Up,” a call to responsibility from Phillip and Natalie to their own generation,…

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MICHAEL W. SMITH CHRISTMASTIME TOUR HITS THE ROAD

Reunion recording artist Michael W. Smith is slated to hit the road this holiday season with the “Michael W. Smith Christmastime” Tour featuring Anointed and The Katinas. The Tour is scheduled to begin December 1 in Normal, Illinois, and will stop in a total of 12 cities, including Chicago; Atlanta; Minneapolis; Indianapolis; and Omaha, Nebraska, before concluding December 18 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Smith will perform selections from his two best-selling holiday recordings, “Michael W. Smith Christmas” and “Christmastime.” In addition,…

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