The Winter Jam 2018 Tour Spectacular was the top music tour of the first quarter, according to Pollstar. The 46-date tour was second only to Disney On Ice, beating out artists like Bruno Mars and Blake Shelton. “I’m so grateful for the opportunity God has given us with Winter Jam; we give our all to this tour every year,” says creator and NewSong co-founder Eddie Carswell. “It’s still unbelievable to me that I get to be a part of it.”
Warner Music Group (WMG) sold its stake in Word Entertainment to Curb Records, making Word a wholly owned division of Curb. Word President and CEO, Rod Riley, will continue to run the business and the companyâ€™s publishing catalog will continue to be administered by Warner/Chappell.
Warner Music Group will also continue to distribute Word releases to the general market, and Word will continue to distribute WMG releases to the Christian market.
Eight time GRAMMY-nominee Matt Maher has announced tour dates for his â€œSaints And Sinnersâ€ tour with special guest John Tibbs beginning April 6t- May 7. The spring leg of the tour will feature returning ministry partners Save The Storks and newcomers to the tour, Museum of the Bible. Save the Storks is a nonprofit that joins with local womenâ€™s pregnancy resource centers around the country to provide them with a mobile ultrasound unit.
Lacey Sturm (former lead singer of Flyleaf) recently released her debut solo album, Life Screams, and “I’m Not Laughing” was profiled on Apple Music’s Beats 1 yesterday. Listen to Lacey chat with Chris Mirigliani.
Brian Johnson shares about overcoming a mental breakdown and struggling with severe anxiety.
The Lord spoke to him about surrender through this challenging process. Surrender is not just going down to the altar and giving our lives to Him, surrender is in the detailsâ€” itâ€™s being vulnerable with Him in every moment of our lives.
Watch as Brian shares more about his journey and heart for the album â€œHave It All.â€