Music I’m Listening to


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The Worship Initiative

The Worship Initiative is a new Project by Shane & shane. They have recorded and are releaseing 100 worship songs during the rest of 2014. At the time of this writing they have just released their 8th in the series. Additional alblums will be released every 3 weeks. Next Release is scheduled for October 21th

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Live Like That

After scooping a Best New Artist prize at the Dove Awards with their 2009 major-label debut, These Simple Truths, Christian rock five-piece Sidewalk Prophets don’t seem in too much of a hurry to eschew its winning formula of soaring MOR anthems and inspirational acoustic ballads, judging by its follow-up, Live Like That. The corny “Love Love Love,” a repetitive Jason Mraz-esque reggae-pop number that sums up the power of love with the line “even Chuck Norris can’t defeat it,” suggests that’s not such a bad thing.


The Greatest Video Game Music

Performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, features classical orchestrations of video game themes including those from Super Mario Bros., Call of Duty, Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy, Halo, World of Warcraft, Angry Birds and many more.

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All Time Favorites

Casting Crowns

Christian rock group Casting Crowns began as a student worship band in Daytona Beach, Florida, in 1999. Led by singer, songwriter, and youth pastor Mark Hall, the group initially included guitarists Juan DeVevo and Hector Cervantes, violinist Melodee DeVevo, and drummer Rob Cervantes (a.k.a Chavez). The group relocated to Stockbridge, Georgia, in 2001, adding Chris Huffman on bass, Megan Garrett on keyboards and accordion, and drummer Andy Williams. This augmented version of Casting Crowns released two independent albums on CD, both of which were well received in the Atlanta area.


Signs of Life

Signs of Life is the eighth studio album by Steven Curtis Chapman. It was released on September 3, 1996, and later certified gold by the RIAA