the podcast’s second season has already debuted conversational “bridges” with some of today’s leading voices of faith, including Kathie Lee Gifford, Andrew Peterson, and Tasha Layton, to name a few.
Television series and audio podcast Dinner Conversations with Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer launched in 2017 as one of the only episodic faith-based video podcasts.
Film series and podcast Dinner Conversations with Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer airs its midseason premiere tonight with the series’ most poignant and timely episode to date, “Race and the Church,” featuring Dove Award-winning singer-songwriter Nicole C. Mullen.
In early November, GRAMMY®-winning singer/songwriter/comedian and GMA Hall of Fame member Mark Lowry and singer/songwriter/author and GMA DOVE Award nominee Andrew Greer launched a film series podcast, sharing enlightening and entertaining conversations with a variety of guests.
GRAMMY-winning Singer/Songwriter/Comedian Mark Lowry and DOVE-nominated Songwriter/Author Andrew Greer Launch All-New Film Series Podcast.
Mark Lowry is one of gospel music’s broadest talents. A singer, songwriter, author and comedian, for over twenty-five years Christian music fans have leaned on the hilarious singer for an uncommon blend of sidesplitting comic relief, thoughtful musicianship and deep spiritual insight. Raised in the church by a music-loving family, performing gospel music – and the hysterical monologues in between songs – was never just a hobby for the Grammy Award-winning Gospel Music Hall of Famer. It was truly a calling.
When Benjamin “Bino” and Chelsea Peck first started making music together as single people living in separate states, I doubt the indie-folk singer-songwriters thought their creative collaboration would result in matrimony. But, it did. When Benjamin “Bino” and Chelsea Peck first started making music together as single people living in separate states, I doubt the indie-folk singer-songwriters thought their creative collaboration would result in matrimony. But, it did.
In an exclusive Full Circle sit down, the man behind Manafest, Chris Greenwood, and Thousand Foot Krutch frontman and Reborn featured guest, Trevor McNevan, powwow over years of collaboration, brand spankin’ new music and taking off indie all over again.
Nearly three decades deep in an illustrious Christian music career, Audio Adrenaline continues to pace faith-based rock/pop with a fresh lineup and chart-topping tunes – the band’s latest recording, Sound of Saints (Fair Trade Services), hit number one on Billboard’s Christian Albums charts after its release earlier this month and the record’s single, “Move,” was hand-selected as the opening theme for the MLB Network’s daily “MLB Now” programming.
Singer/songwriters Ginny Owens and Andrew Greer might be best known for their lyrics and melodies, but with the debut of their first book, Transcending Mysteries (Thomas Nelson), the two artists are quickly adding “esteemed author” to their résumé. Ginny and Andrew recently sat down to tell us more about the book and what they discovered about God (and themselves) through the writing process.
As the couple century-old child of the motherland, the United States has always presumed the role of freedom-seeker since being liberated from the stoic propriety of England centuries ago. These personalities uniquely shape the style of growth both countries have experiences within worship music over the past forty years, and is reflected in this rare one-on-two conversation with Chris Llewellyn, frontman for the wildly successful folk-rock-worship Rend Collective Experiment from Ireland, and notable UK worship songwriter-songstress Kathryn Scott.
To the world, Jaci Velasquez and Nic Gonzales – frontman and founding member of the Latin-pop band Salvador – are renowned artists, known for blurring the lines of Christian and Latin music with multi-million selling discographies and era-defining radio singles. But to each other, they are simply Mr. and Mrs. Gonzales.
Having been awarded 5 Grammy Awards, 40 Dove Awards and a slew of Platinum and Gold records, guested on television staples like The Tonight Show and The Today Show, and performed in every venue imaginable from Carnegie Hall to the White House to the Indy 500, it is safe to say Sandi Patty is a music legend.
For over a decade, singer-songwriter Randall Goodgame has set the song bar high with his insightful singer-songwriter records, his knack for the craft afﬁrmed by the list of thoughtful songwriter peers who have recorded his songs – Jason Gray, Caedmon’s Call, and Ginny Owens.
Though Contemporary Christian music legend Steven Curtis Chapman and singer-songwriter radio darling Jason Gray released their major label jumpstarts twenty years apart – Chapman’s First Hand (Sparrow) debuted in 1987; Gray’s All the Lovely Losers (Centricity) in 2007 – the thoughtful-pop fan favorites are matched by best-selling discographies, strings of radio hits and humanitarian hearts, investing in the lives of families worldwide through Chapman’s Show Hope adoption advocacy organization and Gray’s personalized partnership with child sponsorship mainstays, World Vision. In an exclusive conversation for the GMA, Steven and Jason talk songs, each other, and joining forces on tour this fall to celebrate Chapman’s eighteenth studio recording – The Glorious Unfolding – releasing October 1 (Reunion/Provident).
She is an independent music darling. Her songs have received Top 20 radioplay, landing her discography on the Christian and folk music sales charts and placements on multiple television shows, including a celebrity cover of her song, “When I’m With You,” by Jennifer Love Hewitt’s “Riley Parks” character on Lifetime’s The Client List. And her latest LP, Dream of You, is nominated for a 2014 Dove Award for Inspirational Album of the Year, alongside gospel music legends Michael W. Smith and Sandi Patty.
Ten years ago, Building 429 released its major label debut, spawning a string of high-proﬁle tours, a GMA Dove Award for New Artist of the Year, and BMI’s Christian Song of the Year for their multi-format number one track, “Glory Deﬁned”. Last year, new Centricity band, Unspoken, debuted a Top 10 radio single, earned Top Christian Song of the Year honors from iTunes, and performed alongside industry staples like Sanctus Real and Big Daddy Weave.
The worlds of rap and rock have long been intertwined. A mutual admiration society of sorts, cross-collaborations and blended musical incorporations blur genre lines. And the past decade has produced watershed industry and fan recognition, transforming gospel rap and rock platforms from faith-based niches to mainstream successes. On the heels of Seventh Day Slumber’s latest LP release, We are the Broken (VSR Music Group), band frontman Joseph Rojas joins Grammy-nominated gospel hip-hop artist/songwriter/ professor FLAME for a conversation about the opportunity of artists of Christian faith in both genres to proclaim a message to the masses through music.