7eventh Time Down’s New Album “Alive In You” In Stores and Online Now!

7eventh Time Down’s new album “Alive In You” is available in stores and online now! Pick it up at your local Christian Retailer, Amazon.com, or iTunes . You can also check out the bands debut now video for the title track “Alive In You” here.

Jessa Anderson released debut to some great reviews!

Jessa Anderson released her debut this week “Not Myself Anymore” to some great reviews calling it a “top album of the year,” and “one of the most captivating albums I’ve ever heard” (NewReleaseTuesday.com). You can pick up a copy of this album at your local Christian retailer, Amazon.com, or iTunes.

If you want to preview the first single “Fireflies” from Jessa’s album you can watch the video for that here.

Jeremy Camp Heads Out On Tour This Fall!

Jeremy Camp will be headed out across the US this fall with his “We Cry Out Tour.” The tour features Francesca Battestelli and new BEC Recoridings artist Adam Cappa. Find out all the infomation about the tour at his website or download the free mobile app.

Rapture Ruckus Sets To Release New Album!

Rapture Ruckus’ new album “Open Your Eyes” is set to release on September 27, 2011. The album features the new single “This Little Light” (listen here). You can grab that new single at iTunes or better yet, pre-order the new album for only $7.99 at iTunes!

You can also check out this sick live video “Going Home” from Rapture Ruckus – watch it here! Also check out RR’s tour dates with Group 1 Crew here.

Kutless-The Studio & New Christmas Album!

Kutless has been in the studio working hard on their new release set to release in Feb. 2012, but you can hear some new tunes from Kutless just in time for Christmas. Kutless is releasing “This Is Christmas” on Oct. 4, 2011! The album features a few new favorites. Keep up with the new album by checking out their in studio blog.

Check out Kutless on tour this fall with Newsong & Anthem Lights; WinterJam w/ Newsboys, RED & More; plus Very Merry Christmas tour with Newsong, Chris August and Jamie Grace- find out all the info at their website!

Jeremy Camp Heads Out On Tour This Fall!

Jeremy Camp will be headed out across the US this fall with his “We Cry Out Tour.” The tour features Francesca Battestelli and new BEC Recoridings artist Adam Cappa. Find out all the infomation about the tour at his website or download the free mobile app.

Ryan Stevenson “We Got The Light” Video!

Ryan Stevenson’s new video for his single “We Got The Light” is premiering now- watch it here! You can also pick up a copy of his debut release “Yesterday, Today, Forever” where ever you buy your music or download it now at iTunes!

Ryan will also be headed out this fall with Group 1 Crew and Rapture Ruckus. Check out all those dates here.

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