2017 has been a landmark year of career milestones for rockers Skillet.
Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductee and Journey member Jonathan Cain released his first Christmas solo album, Unsung Noel, amidst wide critical acclaim from Identity Records with The Fuel Music distribution.
The 2017 GMA Dove Award winning popular Latin worship band Miel San Marcos release their tenth live album PENTECOSTÉS (Pentecost) from their historic recording at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Synonymous with the special time of year, Amy Grant will be trimming television airwaves, making it again a Tennessee Christmas!
“Good Life” from Sony Music / Provident Label Group band Bonray is the featured song for the popular Netflix series “Fuller House” Season 3 trailer.
The group garnered its first-ever GRAMMY® nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song for their genre-smashing single, “What A Beautiful Name” that continues to be the fastest growing song in modern church history.
Provident Distribution celebrates the longstanding partnership with Cedarmont Kids as they re-sign their distribution deal.
Three-time EMMY® winner Kathie Lee Gifford’s The Little Giant is making musical waves with families, providing a new recording that tells the David & Goliath story in a contemporary yet timeless way.
In early November, GRAMMY®-winning singer/songwriter/comedian and GMA Hall of Fame member Mark Lowry and singer/songwriter/author and GMA DOVE Award nominee Andrew Greer launched a film series podcast, sharing enlightening and entertaining conversations with a variety of guests.
Nashville-based independent Christian recording artist and host of the “Live Hope Minute” radio feature, Mark Smeby, holds the honor of having his version of “Mary, Did You Know” be the most downloaded digital holiday music song on amazon.com for the fourth year in a row.
Critically-acclaimed husband/wife duo and Integrity Music recording artist Seth & Nirva are set for two national media appearances this month, prior to the release of a remix of their popular song and rally-cry, “We Won’t Back Down,” on New Year’s Eve.
William Ray “Bill” Hearn, chairman and CEO of the Capitol Christian Music Group, passed away Sunday in Nashville after a battle with cancer. He was 58.
In a career spanning twenty years shaping the brands of top-notch artists and award-winning entertainment projects, Williams returns to the Sony Music fold in this new role with RCA Inspiration.
Multi-platinum selling and GRAMMY® winning group Casting Crowns will hit the road in 2018 for the final leg of its hugely successful “The Very Next Thing” Tour, featuring special guest I AM THEY.
Riley Clemmons, an 18-year-old pop singer-songwriter, is the newest signee of Capitol Christian Music Group (CCMG), home to some of the genre’s top names.