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REVIEW: Lifehouse: Not a one-hit wonder

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--It might be possible to conclude that Lifehouse has emerged in an enormous way with their debut "No Name Face," which went double-platinum, mostly due to its inescapable hit single "Hanging by a Moment," the most-played song on radio in 2001.

FIRST-PERSON : MercyMe, Nichole Nordeman, Bebo Norman stood out in 2002

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--In the wake of a very successful year in the Christian music industry, there are three artists who excelled in their musical genre. Based on their talent and their spiritual influence, my selection for the 2002 Group of the Year is MercyMe; the 2002 Female Vocalist of the Year is Nichole Nordeman; and the 2002 Male Vocalist of the Year is Bebo Norman.

REVIEW: Everyday Sunday emerges from indy music scene

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Everyday Sunday has emerged from the Columbus, Ohio, music scene, quickly making a name and opening for such renowned artists as Skillet, La Rue, Plumb, Pax 217, Earthsuit and All Star United.

Reviewer selects top 10 Christian albums for ’02

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--2002 was a great year for the Christian music industry, building on the phenomenal growth the industry experienced in 2001.

REVIEW: Worship band may be the ‘greatest show on earth’

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Have you ever wondered what a worship service led by Pink Floyd, the Beatles, or David Bowie would sound like? One worship band from Washington dared to dream, and it is only appropriate that they call themselves Rock 'n' Roll Worship Circus.

REVIEW: Lyrical content aside, Bleach produces winner

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--The popular rock band Bleach has hit the music market one more time with "Again, For the First Time." It has been a long and tiring haul for the band over the last three years.

REVIEW: Bebo Norman defies odds to become influential musician

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Bebo Norman is not your typical Christian artist. He's a guy who might be more prone to talk rather than sing at his concerts.

FIRST PERSON: Quiet time gives added reflection to TQ journey

      JENESS PARK, Calif. (BP)--July 16 was a great day in comparison to the last few. No cameras, no lights and no hype.       It was just a day where we could all sit back and have an official quiet time. It has been hard to fit such moments into our busy TruthQuest schedule, because when we do have precious free time, it has been so tempting to sleep.       It was so nice because I had a full hour that I was completely alone in a bunk on the bus. I opened up my Bible and just soaked in what God was trying to reveal to me through his Word and his Spirit.

REVIEW: Latest Star Wars film puts franchise back on track

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Despite the generally lackluster reviews of Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, fans of the series poured into theaters to witness the phenomenon for themselves.

REVIEW: Newsboys rebound with latest release ‘Thrive’

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--The Newsboys have easily become a household name in Christian music over the last 14 years and nine albums. Slowly, they have built a rich tradition after consecutive pop rock hit albums.