Two years after the release of her Sandy Hook shooting-inspired album Need You Now, acclaimed Christian singer Plumb is back with what could possibly be her most raw and compelling project yet and she's not afraid to let it be known that she's been through some things.
Exhale, which debuted at No. 1 on iTunes earlier this month, marks the Nashville-based singer's seventh studio album and she recently shared with The Christian Post how overcoming a number of life's hurdles, including the near demise of her marriage, inspired the new album.
"...I just made it with a completely new heart, a different head space, a different agenda," Plumb, 40, told CP about Exhale. more >>
The CMT Music Awards nominations were announced Wednesday and Carrie Underwood is in the lead with five nominations, including two for "Something in the Water."
Underwood is in comeptition to receive awards in three categories for the June 10 CMT Music Awards show.
The singer received two bids for video of the year category with "Something in the Water" and "Somethin' Bad" featuring Miranda Lambert, two nominations for female video of the year with "Something in the Water" and "Little Toy Guns," and finally, one nod for collaborative video of the year with "Somethin' Bad." more >>
Grammy Award-winning Christian hip-hop artist Lecrae shared his faith and belief that all of humankind is "the public manifestation of God's glory" when he took the stage at Passion City Church's first-ever Passion 2015 event earlier this year.
In a recently-released video from the Atlanta conference, Lecrae is seen opening up his talk with a story about Muhammad Ali before delving in to what God's glory actually means.
"We are not supernatural people, we are not superheroes, we do not have super powers, but we're here to reflect the one superhero," the 36-year-old rapper emphasized before the gathering of 18-25-year-olds. "We're here to let the world know how awesome He is, not how awesome we are." more >>
When this dance troupe UDI takes the stage no one really knows what to expect, but the fact that it will be something they are not used too. Your jaw will be on the floor when you see their performance … WOW!
These men have come all the way from Siberia to show the world what they can do. It's a very unique and mind-blowing performance that no one has ever seen before. They are trying to give back using the one thing they love the most: dancing.
If you have watched Britain's Got Talent before, then you are probably used to people using their musical talent to become a star. It's very hard to impress the judges with something unique, unless it looks something like this. More importantly, they battle good and evil. Like always, GOOD wins! more >>
Jimmy Fallon and U2 linked up to do an impromptu performance and surprised everyone. In disguise they pretended to play on the subway for donations … and it is AWESOME!
They all dressed up before going to perform in NYC's subway stop at 42nd street station in Manhattan. They covered their own lyrics before finally revealing that it was really them. As soon as the crowd found out, they quickly gathered and started to dance. Everyone watched on as they gave a free concert as one of the biggest bands in the whole world. This world famous group consists of Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr.
At first, everyone just goes on with their day as normal, but it is amazing to see how many people go crazy when they find out who it really was. For a fan, this is a dream come true! more >>
Scott Stapp, the born-again Christian frontman of the popular rock band Creed, has opened up about his psychotic breakdown that progressively worsened over last winter and admitted that it was brought on by drug and alcohol abuse while adding that he has also been diagnosed as bipolar.
The Grammy Award-winning 41-year-old made headlines last November when he posted a video claiming that he was broke and "under some kind of vicious attack" from family, friends and even the IRS.
He alleged that they were stealing money from his bank account and doing evil things. In the video, Stapp also explained that he was forced to sleep in his truck for weeks at a time and once didn't have money to eat for two days. more >>