It's been close to two decades since Fred Hammond has recorded a live album, but the gospel singer announced that he will soon record a live worship exprience.
"My 1st live recording since 1999...Houston...don't miss it!!! May 1st at 6:30pm," Hammond revealed to his nearly 450,000 Twitter followers.
Hammond will team up with Derek "DC" Clark, Calvin Rodgers, Phillip Feaster, Lawrence C. Jones for the production of his new music, which will be recorded during a live worship experience at the Fountain of Praise Church in Houston. more >>
Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Gwen Stefani will be hitting the road this summer to promote her latest album, "This Is What the Truth Feels Like," and she will be bringing along an old collaborator, fellow Grammy winner Eve.
Stefani's months-long summer tour in support of her new hit solo LP kicks off on July 12 at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts and wraps up on August 25 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia. In October, the No Doubt singer will add two more shows to her tour: she will be at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California on October 8 and at The Forum in Los Angeles, California on October 15.
The "Hollaback Girl" singer announced her upcoming summer tour through her various social media platforms on Monday, April 18. more >>
In theaters for one day only, the movie "This Is Winter Jam" gives fans a behind-the-scenes look into the world's largest Christian concert tour and reveals why it's a massive success at winning over the hearts of thousands for Jesus.
Filmed over two years, moviegoers will get an exclusive look at Winter Jam, founded and hosted by Newsong, which has provided a powerful platform for the Gospel of Jesus Christ in major arenas nationwide since 1995.
The idea behind Winter Jam first came about when the band made a bold step of faith to venture outside of the church to reach more people. more >>
Newsong's Eddie Carswell never imagined that creating the Winter Jam tour 20 years ago would result in a movie filled with the biggest acts in Christian music.
However, "This Is Winter Jam" will hit the big screen as a music documentary that showcases all of the behind-the-scenes action from the nationwide 2016 Winter Jam tour.
For one day only, the tour will arrive in movie theaters April 19. Christian music fans will get to experience more than just music, given the in-depth insights about their favorite artists with performances by Jeremy Camp, Francesca Battistelli, for KING & COUNTRY, NewSong, Family Force 5, Building 429 and more. more >>
Fans of the pop icon, Beyonce have been waiting for the singer's next album, as she has not released any new album in two and a half years. According to a report in Bustle, Beyonce who is also known as the Queen by her fans who are collectively known as Beyhive, recently surprised everyone by announcing at the Super Bowl that she will be doing her The World Formation Tour starting April 27. News about her next album however has been scant, until now.
According to the report, Beyonce hinted at something big happening on Saturday on the HBO network. She shared a teaser video via her Instagram account, which also revealed that her new project titled "Lemonade" is having its world premiere on the network. The teaser video which was barely 30 seconds long, featured a woman (who is likely Beyonce) wearing a fur coat, leaning against a car. She is shown slowly lifting her head up, but the video is too short to show the woman's identity.
This teaser video was followed by a full trailer that was released on Sunday. According to another report in Entertainment Weekly, the one-minute trailer showed different images and clips, which included the Queen of course. What is interesting is the narration that Beyonce herself says in the trailer: "The past and the present merge to meet us here. What are you hiding? What am I doing, my love? You are the love of my life." As she says the line: "Pull me in," the schedule of the world premiere is once again flashed on screen. more >>
Back in their innocent and younger days, Miley Cyrus and Nick Jonas, both of which started their careers with the Disney Channel, had some sort of teenage boyfriend and girlfriend thing. Yes, both stars admitted they were a couple back then.
And although that love affair is like a billion years ago, Jonas has some fond moments to reminisce, more specifically his first ever kiss with Cyrus. Wait a minute, is that some sort of kiss and tell?
Anyhow, when the American singer and actor was asked to recall some of his memorable moments in life during an interview with Nick Grimshaw for BBC, he couldn't think of a better secret to reveal than the fact that Miley was his first kiss. Surprise, surprise! "The first person I kissed was Miley Cyrus and I kissed her outside of California Pizza Kitchen in Hollywood – very romantic," Jonas jokingly said. He added that before the kiss, he ate some pizza with a lot of onions in it, so his breathe might have been very awful. more >>