Johnny Cash experienced both commercial and artistic success across many musical genres throughout his landmark career. His songs demonstrated an uncommon virtuosity with blended elements of country, folk, rockabilly, and Americana. But the “Man in Black” derived the greatest joy from singing and writing gospel songs. In fact, he originally pitched himself as a gospel singer to Sun Records’ Sam Phillips when he first approached him for a record contract in the 1950s. Here are four Johnny Cash songs that point to God: Photo Credit: ©Wikimedia Commons
Three of the year’s biggest artists in Christian Music – For King and Country, Lauren Daigle and Danny Gokey – and the groundbreaking pro-life movie Unplanned won big this weekend at the K-Love Fan awards bringing home a collective total of 6 awards.
Popular contemporary Christian group Hillsong United kicked off their People album release week on Monday by performing on Good Morning America.
Four-time Grammy Nominated Christian singer and songwriter Matthew West premiered his new song on Friday, and it packs a powerful pro-life punch.
Discover the lyrics, meaning, origin and more of the world-famous hymn Amazing Grace. Also, watch some of the best performances ever recorded of this renowned Christian song.
Veteran rap artist Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Broadus Jr., announced that he was a born-again Christian as he released his first ever gospel album.
Pop sensation Selena Gomez encouraged fans dealing with depression and anxiety to listen to Lauren Daigle’s song “This Girl.”
Throughout the years, though, there have been those “anchor” songs—those songs that helped me express what was happening in my life. Music and songs became my voice. Here are 10 songs that inspire gratitude and thanksgiving in me:
Christian Singer Lauren Daigle Addresses Criticism for Appearing on The Ellen Show with a Powerful Message
After appearing on Ellen earlier this month, Christian singer Lauren Daigle received severe backlash because the show’s host, Ellen DeGeneres is openly gay. Now, the award-winning artist is sending a powerful message to her critics warning them to be kind to everyone no matter where they are at in their journey.
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