The 20-city tour will kick off October 5 in Davenport, IA, and will wrap on November 20 in Myrtle Beach, SC, and feature special guests Austin French and Hannah Kerr.
“After a season dominated by the word ‘separation,’ I’m sure I’m not the only one who has been craving community,” West shares.
The honorees were announced today on BMI.com and across the organization’s digital platforms, celebrating the encouraging and uplifting music of BMI’s Christian songwriters.
The tour will feature a full band production with a hydraulic stage setup that will travel to drive-in theaters, church parking lots, an outdoor downtown center and more.
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced the final round of performers and presenters for the 50th Annual GMA Dove Awards.
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced another round of performances for the 50th Annual GMA Dove Awards, including a tribute celebrating Bill and Gloria Gaither.
Multi-platinum selling and GRAMMY® winning group Casting Crowns begins the year with the group’s 14th No. 1 radio single with the title track of the newest album, Only Jesus.
One of Christian music’s leading full-service entertainment management firms, First Company Management is set to wrap 2018 with four new signees to its acclaimed roster.
As Casting Crowns prepares for this week’s release of a brand new studio album, Only Jesus, the group announces the Only Jesus Tour, a 37-city spring arena tour run featuring Zach Williams and Austin French.
Veteran Christian music executive Mike McCloskey has joined the First Company Management team as general manager, it was recently announced. McCloskey succeeds First Company’s longtime general manager Dave Wagner, whose scope of responsibility has increased within the firm.
Inspired by the stories of close friends, French was reminded that being a Christian is so much more than a status – that being born again means a new start and ultimately new life.
“The joy of the Lord is something no circumstance or earthly power can take away. The hope we have in Jesus is the very cure to the desperate void inside us,” says French.
“I don’t understand why these things happen. But what I do understand is this is exactly why the students and families affected by this tragedy need a God of comfort, healing, and hope.”
Available today from new Fair Trade Services artist Austin French, “Wide Open” lyrically shares the transformative story of adopting his now two-year-old son, Coleman James.