When this nerdy looking boy band, Triple Threat, took the stage, the people watching didn't seem impressed. The judges even laughed at them. That's until they started to harmonize.
Triple threat immediately caught the ears of the judges and the heart from the crowd, as they started to sing. In this audition they sing the song "Classic," and it sounds amazing. Even more amazing is how these boys met. It all started when the three of them got injured on the football team. While being injured, they were able to find things to do, such as sing together. They realized that when they sing music together it sounds really good.
I mean who would really believe these boys can really sing well together? Proving once again, don't judge a book by its cover! more >>
Popular contemporary gospel artist and pastor of Full Life Center Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Marvin Sapp says he was snubbed so badly by an employee at a Ruth's Chris Steak House in Chicago the offense became a lifetime record for him.
Sapp, 48, took to his Facebook page to speak out about the Ruth's Chris Steak House Chicago encounter where he had gone with six members of his entourage to dine.
"#ToWhomItMayConcern This evening in the city of Chicago as a guest of this city, (Chicago GospelFest) I have been never so offended in my life," he wrote on Saturday. "At 'Ruth's Chris' a restaurant that I have eaten in across this country on many occasions, turned six members of my party and I away because of our attire. Stating they only serve individuals dressed in business casual attire." more >>
Contemporary Christian pop duo for King & Country boldly declared they're true believers in the name of Jesus after taking home the night's top honor at the K-Love Fan Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday.
Comprised of Australian-American brothers Luke and Joel Smallbone, for King & Country took home three major K-Love Fan Awards, including the most coveted Artist of the Year award.
During an emotional acceptance speech, Luke Smallbone addressed his continued health problems with ulcerative colitis — a condition that causes inflammation in the digestive tract that took the musician off the road for months in 2013. more >>
There were 3,000 people gathered to hear what the third lead singer to join the Christian Rock Band band Audio Adrenaline in three years sounded like, but technical difficulties made the situation a scary one for the group's latest frontman Adam Agee in Fayetteville, North Carolina, last February. Months after this tumultuous first tour stop with the group, Agee is confident that God brought him to Audio Adrenaline for a reason.
Agee, the former frontman of the pop punk band Stellar Kart, which has gone on an indefinite hiatus, is now the lead singer of Audio Adrenaline following some major shakeups in the band. After lead singer Mark Stuart was diagnosed with a voice condition, the band took a six-year break in 2006.
Audio Adrenaline, known as Audio A to fans, came back together in 2012 with Kevin Max from DC Talk as the lead vocalist. However, Max left the group in 2014 and was replaced by Josh Engler from the band Abandon, before Agee took his place last February. more >>
The K-Love Fan Awards have announced that Steven Curtis Chapman and Michael Tait will be among the performers and presenters at year's show with co-hosts Kirk Cameron and Elizabeth Hasselbeck on Sunday.
Chapman and Tait were announced along with Brett Kern, Ashley Smith, Thomas Davis, Brian Bosworth, Benjamin Watson, Alex Kendrick and Blanca, marking the final group of diverse presenters to appear at the 2015 K-Love Fan Awards in Nashville, Tennessee.
The latest list of presenters and performers are part of an already star-studded line-up that includes Danny Gokey, Jeremy Camp, MercyMe, Natalie Grant, among others, who will attend the ceremony taking place at the Grand Ole Opry House. more >>
A Christian rap group that goes by the name We Are Watchmen embraced GOP presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in a brand new rap song "Set It on Fire."
The song focuses on politics and promotes conservative values such as limited government and personal responsibility.
"So, courageous conservatives! Rise up and roll out! All in the war (can we win?) No doubt!," the group sings in the bridge that is preceded by an endorsement for Cruz. more >>