Sparrow Records worship band Starfield dominated itunes charts across the globe last week with its Feb. 23, 2010 release, The Saving One. The album peaked in the Top 5 on the US Christian/Gospel Albums chart as well as on Canada’s Overall Albums chart and Australia’s Overall Albums chart. Read below what critics are saying about the band’s latest effort:
“their best overall album” –New Release Tuesday
“epic”— Soul-Audio
“the best of what Christian music has to offer” — The Christian Manifesto
“in the hard-act-to-follow category”— Cross Rhythms
“passionate”— Jesusfreakhideout

Listen for the album’s debut single, “Rediscover You,” now impacting Christian Hit Radio.Also check out the band at Dare2Share events this month. For more information on The Saving One and list of upcoming tour dates, visit: www.starfieldonline.com or www.myspace.com/starfield.

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