Artist Spotlight: Brandon Heath
By Claire Walden We sing for many reasons, but most of the time it is because words alone don’t fully express our meaning behind them. Brandon Heath uses this outlet with his singer/songwriter style. His sophomore album, “What If We,” is filled with more original and inspirational worship songs. The decision to make the album title an open-ended question was purposeful in setting the tone for Heath’s thought-provoking lyrics. Breaking it apart, the collective pronoun “we” alludes to the importance of community that Heath promotes through his works. His use of the phrase “if we” means we are open to so ...
Artist Spotlight: Fee
By Claire Walden Fee consists of four guys based out of Georgia. They started recording music back in 2003, when the group was known as Steve Fee. A couple of years ago they changed their name to simply Fee. They have reached thousands of people touring worldwide and leading worship. “Hope Rising” is their second major album released from INO records. The overall theme of the album is God’s presence, and the hope and praise that we give to Him. The album is balanced with upbeat melodies to moments of surrender in softer ballads.
Feature Interview with David A.R. White
Interviewed By Donald James Parker David Andrew Roy White is an American actor, screenwriter and producer. He is a co-founder of Pure Flix Entertainment, a distribution and production company. David moved to Los Angeles, California at the age of 19. Six months after his arrival in Los Angeles, he was given the role of Andrew Phillpot, the best friend of Burt Reynolds' son, in the CBS television series titled, Evening Shade. In addition to his role in Evening Shade, David had guest appearances in shows such as Coach, Saved by the Bell, Sisters, and Melrose Place. White has acted in films ...
Artist Spotlight: Todd Fields
By Claire Walden Todd Fields is an Atlanta-based worship leader hailing from North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. He travels to various camps throughout the country bringing the art of worship to thousands of people each year. Fields released a self-titled album this year. The style of his music is acoustic rock and this album has a balanced mix of ballads and songs with more upbeat tempos. It is filled with timeless worship songs that connect individuals on a deeper level.
Artist Spotlight: Christy Nockels
By Brian Johnson Female artist Christy Nockels excels on her latest album, “Life Light Up.” Christy started as most Christian artists today, singing for her local church as a worship leader. From there, she wrote songs with her husband, who was also a Christian artist. The two released an album together under the name Watermark and were signed by record label, Rocketown Records. The pair went on to produce great music together and were nominated for a plethora of Dove awards. After five albums, Christy decided it was time to go home and spend more time with her kids and ...