Kevin P. Donovan
MercyMe's "best of" album topped the Christian Soundscan Chart at No. 1 this past week and also hit No. 18 on the Billboards Top 200 Chart.
An increasingly popular ensemble of Christian youth has announced plans for their 2009 Fine Arts Summer Academy (FASA).
Nearly half a year after her mother, brother, and nephew were found slain, singer and actress Jennifer Hudson is stepping back into the spotlight.
Contemporary Christian band MercyMe is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their hit single “I Can Only Imagine” with their latest project, 10.
Christian rock band Downhere has snagged their third Canadian Grammy for their album Ending Is Beginning.
A gospel album featuring performances by Jon Bon Jovi, Queen Latifah, and 3 Doors Down, among others, has hit stores after much anticipation.
The nominees for this year's Christy Awards have been announced and leading the pack with five nods is Bethany House followed by Tyndale House Publishers with four.
Internationally-known Christian artists Salvador, Casting Crowns, Israel Houghton, and Newsboys will be headlining this summer’s Kingdom Bound Christian music festival but are only the tip of a much larger iceberg.
Ireland-based worship band Bluetree has become the Christian music industry’s best selling new artist of 2009 after taking the top position on the Christian Retail and Praise & Worship charts for a fourth consecutive week.
Gospel music duo Mary Mary have announced the dates for their upcoming North American tour, which will run throughout the month of April.
A Vatican official says it would be better for the Church to advise believers to be cautious when it comes to the upcoming movie "Angels and Demons" rather than calling for bans against it.
While much of America will be tuned in Wednesday to see which of the 10 finalists from “American Idol” will be cut next from the competition, a smaller but growing television audience will be wondering who the final 10 of BET’s “Sunday Best” will be.Tags Television
The inaugural Christian Book Expo concluded Sunday with optimism for the future despite its lower-than-expected attendance figures. Organizers were aiming for attendance close to 10,000 but drew around 1,500 attendees and some 230 authors.
For the third consecutive week, Ireland-based worship band Bluetree took the top position on the Christian Retail and Praise & Worship charts with its debut U.S. album God Of This City.
A well-known gospel music executive died Monday at the age of 37.