We've just learned that Barry Fey, a larger-than-life figure who helped put Denver on the music-business map, has died. At this writing, the circumstances of Fey's death have not been made public, but he has been ill of late. His personal Facebook page features a March 11 post that reads, "I am hap ... More >>
With Blue Like Jazz, the screen adaptation of Donald Miller's New York Times best-selling book, Steve Taylor has done for film exactly what he did for music in the early to mid '80s -- namely, giving the staid world of Christian-centric art a much needed jolt of vitality. In the same way he riled th ... More >>
In the course of writing this week's feature ("O Scum All Ye Faithful"), I spoke with Five Iron Frenzy singer and Scum co-founder, Reese Roper. Roper was an icon for '90s Christian punk rock, writing songs with a lyrical sophistication that referenced literature and world history. His songs w ... More >>
Golden pipes -- not a genie in a bottle -- helped fifteen-year-old Rachael Lampa land a lucrative record deal and a rare position in the world of Christian pop.
This year's holiday CDs alternately inspire joy, nausea and terror. Which would you prefer?
Digging out from a blizzard of seasonal CD releases.
After thirty years, Barry Fey is stepping down. Sort of.
Hark! The Herald Angels are practically the only group without a holiday CD this year.
HOW TO PICK THE PERFECT SUMMER CONCERT FOR YOU.
THE KINGS OF CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN MUSIC BELIEVE THAT THEIR PRAYERS ARE ABOUT TO BE ANSWERED.