John Schlitt (Petra) is hosting a syndicated radio show, Live it Loud, available now to all terrestrial and internet radio stations. The show will feature Schlitt's nique perspective on songs from the early days of Christian rock, along with exclusive interviews with the songwriters and performers who championed the music that changed a generation for Christ.
The Nelons, released their new music video, When Grandpa Sang Amazing Grace. The song is the current radio single from their latest album, Family Harmony. Written by Wayne Haun, and Barbara Huffman, was made in rural Georgia farmland, with an unmistakable Americana look that enhances the harmonious sounds of this subtle, yet commercial track.
Darlene Zschech's first recording in four years, Here I Am Send Me, released March 3, tops retail sales charts around the world, including peaking at #1 in Australia and New Zealand and #2 in the U.S. and UK on iTunes’ Christian & Gospel Charts, and 3, 4 and 9 on the Singapore, Philippines and South Africa iTunes overall Top 100 charts. The album is her first project following a life changing cancer diagnosis in 2014.
Kerrie Roberts, known for No Matter What, Outcast, Rescue Me (How the Story Ends), and What Are You Afraid Of, released her first worship album, Bound-less, last week. A few life changes led to Kerrie recording this album, which is rooted in her getting married, having a baby girl and moving back home to Florida to be near her family, along with finding joy in growing and cooking food which has become one of her passions. “I’m making the time to worship God now more than ever in my life.”
Michael Combs will return to full-time ministry in April. He's been singing parttime since September 2015 when he was diagnosed with stage 5 chronic kidney disease. After a successful kidney transplant, Michael has been given a clean bill of health and the blessing of his doctors to resume full-time work.