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Mitch McVicker

CCM singer/songwriter Mitch McVicker studied music education at Close friends College or university in Wichita, KS; there he befriended fellow college student Rich Mullins, currently an acclaimed performer inside the Christian community. When Mullins relocated to New Mexico after graduation, he confident McVicker to visit with him, and collectively they …

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Mike Curb

Mike Curb has led an extended and varied profession in and away of music. Blessed in 1945, he was a university dropout who were able to discovered his very own record label in his early twenties, sell it for the six-figure amount, and parlay his popularity in the music sector …

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The Martins

A brother-sisters trio of the cappella gospel harmonizers, the Martins contain Joyce Martin McCollough, Jonathan Martin and Judy Martin Hess. While developing up poor in rural Arkansas, the three frequently practiced singing jointly, and released their self-titled debut record in 1994 on Chapel Information. It fared therefore well that Chordant …

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Sovereign Grace Music

An integral part of North American-based Sovereign Grace Ministries, a family group of churches “interested in advancing the fantastic Commission through chapel planting,” Sovereign Grace Music, led by director (and periodic performer) Bob Kauflin, continues to be producing, distributing, and licensing original faith-based music because the late ’80s.

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Restine Jackson

Restine Jackson has dedicated his lifetime to music and God, creating a profession for himself like a nationwide gospel artist even though even now in his early 20s. The Detroit indigenous first started playing piano in his father’s chapel when he was just four years of age. He later extended …

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Michael Omartian

A single artist, maker, and composer who enjoyed achievement in both secular and CCM arenas, Michael Omartian first surfaced through the early ’70s as a high session keyboardist, taking part in on albums by performers which range from Steely Dan towards the 4 Tops to Loggins & Messina prior to …

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Relient K

Canton, Ohio’s Relient K formed in 1998 and joined the parade of Christian punk-pop performers (MxPx, Ghoti Hook, Slick Sneakers) using their self-titled 2000 debut, combining catchy melodies and snotty attitude with religious issues. The record was made by dc Speak guitarist Tag Townsend, as well as the music group …

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The O.C. Supertones

Leaders of the surprisingly strong Christian ska-punk motion, the O.C. Supertones had been originally formed being a music group called Saved by vocalist Matt Morginsky, drummer Jason Carson, and bassist Tony Terusa. The group didn’t get signed therefore the primary trio produced the O.C. Supertones using the continuous addition of …

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Press Play

Shaped in 1997 by multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter David Hanley as a car for positive and relevant faith-based transformation, effusive Los Angeles-based compliment & worship outfit Press Play started to make a name for itself in the CCM community in 2001 following becoming the home strap for Angelus Temple’s Fantasy Middle, an inner-city …

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Json

Christian rapper Json was created Jason Watson in St. Louis, Missouri. Carrying out a tumultuous upbringing including gangs, drug habit, and incarceration, Watson became a born-again Christian, and finally a minister. He began his rap profession in 2005, becoming a member of with Dallas-based Christian rap collective 116 Clique and …

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