The impact was seen worldwide as the poignant ballad broke the global first-day streaming record for a Christian song debut on Amazon Music.
Co-written by frontman Mark Hall and Matthew West, Hall began writing this song while watching his mom care for her parents as they passed away.
Earlier this month, five-time GRAMMY® nominated artist Matthew West launched “The Matthew West Podcast,” which debuted No. 1 on the Apple Religion & Spirituality chart.
William Ray “Bill” Hearn, chairman and CEO of the Capitol Christian Music Group, passed away Sunday in Nashville after a battle with cancer. He was 58.
Black River Christian announced today the appointment of two highly respected music veterans to the executive team. Brian Thiele will serve as Vice President, Radio Promotion for Black River Christian and Jill Tomalty joins as the Senior Director, Artist Management and Development for Black River Christian’s in-house management company, Thrive Management. Thiele may be reached at email@example.com and Tomalty at firstname.lastname@example.org. Both can also be reached at 615-780-3070.
Multi-platinum selling and GRAMMY® winning group Casting Crowns has joined a very small but elite group of Christian artists as they surpass 10 million albums sold to date since their label debut in 2003. This significant milestone comes on the heels of the upcoming new studio album, The Very Next Thing, releasing on September 16, 2016 (Beach Street/Reunion). This marks the group’s 15th release and eighth studio album since the label debut release. With these sales numbers, Casting Crowns has held the position as Billboard’s top-selling act in Christian music since 2007.
Partnered With Provident Label Group, M2T Records Makes Debut at Momentum With Singer/Songwriter Hannah Kerr NASHVILLE, TN (September 21, 2015) – Casting Crowns’ Mark Hall, veteran producer/Sawyer Brown front man…
The lead singer of Casting Crowns that was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in his kidney, successfully came through surgery on Thursday. According to the doctors, it was a “textbook operation.” See below for the pre and post-op updates and a message from Mark himself below.
On Thursday, March 5th, Mark Hall posted a note to fans on Facebook that a mass had been found in his kidney and it was most likely cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mark, his family and the band as they walk through this difficult situation together. See Mark’s message below.