While on a West coast tour heading north from stops in San Diego & LA--NEEDTOBREATHE & Seabird stopped in the K-LIFE studios. Balloons helped to set a festive tone celebrating NEEDTOBREATHE 's recent Dove awards for More ...
MercyMe celebrates the new album, The Generous Mr. Lovewell with a free preview of the entire project--including comments from the guys.
Dave Barnes is making a splash with his debut song off his now released album What We Want, What We Get. He also made a splash with his recently released music video of the song, God Gave Me You--view the coastal footage!
Always a pleasure to welcome an Artistr straight off the playlist for their first K-LIFE in-studio visit. Jimmy Needham provided some needed 'tax day relief' with his mini-acoustic concert and chit chat. K-LIFE listeners were treated to 'Jimmy classics' as well as his current single, 'Your To Take' off his yet-to-be-released album Nightlights coming 5/18!
Big Dove winners include NEEDTOBREATHE, Francesca Battistelli, Brandon Heath, Tenth Avenue North & Casting Crowns.Posted April 22, 2010 - 6:38am
The 41st annual Dove Awards were handed out last night in Nashville, and many K-LIFE artists were honored, some for the first time. Congratulations to all the winners as they serve God through Christian music. Winners include: More ...
ARTIST OF THE YEAR
NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR
SONG OF THE YEAR
“By Your Side”
MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
GROUP OF THE YEAR
“City On Our Knees”
“Mess Of Me”
Skillet’s new music video for their current hit Christian radio single “Awake and Alive,” debuted on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s (BGEA) Ransom.tv. The new video was produced by BGEA, headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., and is based mostly on a live Skillet performance in Chattanooga, Tenn. with additional footage shot backstage by the band.
Husband and wife John and Korey Cooper are featured in April’s edition of Lifeway’s Parent Life magazine. Their interview and article centers around the parents’ day to day life with raising their 2 kids while on the road most of the year. Check out a portion of the article below.
“The good side is that I get to be with my kids all the time,” says John, Skillet's lead singer/bassist and founding father. “The hard side is that they have an unusual schedule and are in a new place all the time.” But as with any job, when it comes to family life, it has its pros and cons. “In some ways, it’s not as much stability for them. But I don’t have to leave to go to work for 10 hours a day.” Wanting to remain the main influence throughout their kids’ formative years, Korey and John decided to bring education in-house. More ...
Sisters Tricia Baumhardt and Melissa Brock of Superchick share some love with their Compassion International sponsored children in Uganda January 18-29, 2010. The two visited four Compassion Child Development Centers in the southern Kampala area, including Nakulabye, Naguru, Kikonda Village, and Kigungu Fish Landing Site. There they saw and experienced the full range of holistic development taking place with children of all ages from before birth through college graduation. Melissa comments, "Going to Uganda with Compassion really let me see in person how sponsoring a child not only gives them food, water, education and God's love, but it gives hope to the hopeless. It gives them a chance at a future beyond their circumstances. And the people of Uganda showed me what true love for God is in the midst of trials. They were full of joy for their God, and it was evident in their faces. I left with a new joy myself. What a beautiful place, a beautiful people and a beautiful God we have!"
With their debut album, 'Let Love Win' releasing in July, get aquainted with the band while hearing their new song My Help Come From The Lord.