Zahna performing in Memphis on Drown the Tour.
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Switchfoot's Jon Foreman has announced that he plans to share an acoustic song every day this week. The first one, a performance of "Vice Verses," is posted to the band's Facebook now.
Switchfoot has released a video for their reimagined take on old classic "Sooner or Later." The song is part of their throwback series, revisiting old albums and songs.
"Kill The Pain" proves promising for what we might be able to expect in the future from The Emerald Escape. It satisfies every criteria for an excellent hard rock track while offering solidarity and the hope of God's ultimate healing to all who are in pain.
In order to cover the costs of repairs, Silent Planet released some new merch– complete with tongue-in-cheek parody of their "Trilogy" song lyrics. Proceeds will allow Silent Planet to make the rest of their tour dates. You can find the shirts at http://www.silentplanetmerch.com.
The Grizzly Awards has put out a call for fan videos, to be included in the awards special that will stream in April.
I glimpsed in them this incredible new reality I'd never even fathomed before, a world where a woman's empathy and strength were inextricably connected, a world where your soul wasn't required to shrink itself into silence.
New artist Emerald Escape is preparing to release their first song, "Kill The Pain." The track is due out March 13, and it features former Skillet drummer Lori Peters.
Adie Camp, wife to Jeremy Camp and former singer of The Benjamin Gate, has released a new song titled "I Can't Save Myself." It's the first solo song from Adie in years, released as a bonus track on the soundtrack for I Still Believe.