We're here to introduce you to The Burgundy Years podcast, a show for both nostalgia-seeking fans of 1990s era Christian rock and new listeners looking to learn about an era when faith-based alternative music was a main event.
Barry Blair, founding member and guitarist of Audio Adrenaline, released a hard rock cover of a Russ Taff and Charlie Peacock classic. "Down in the Lowlands" is a fresh take on a song that was covered in 2006 by his former band.
Veteran Christian artist Jerry Fee is set to deliver a roadtrip album full of 90s CCM covers tunes on July 3, according to a post on his social media page. Against The Grain features a mix of soft and alternative rock tunes from bands like PFR, Audio Adrenaline, Big Tent Revival, Miss Angie and more.
One of the most recognizable voices of 1990s Christian rock was Audio Adrenaline's singer Mark Stuart. "I was a rock star," he says in opening a video trailer for his new inspirational book.
November 27 is this year's Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping days. This day marks the kickoff of year-end charitable contribution drives, widely called “Giving Tuesday.” Adding to the annual excitement and social media buzz, Facebook and PayPal announced that they will be matching donations to eligible US-based nonprofits up to a grand [...]
Epitaph Records post-hardcore band Thrice is back with their tenth studio album, Palms— their second project since returning from a four-year hiatus in 2015. Musically, Palms has something for everyone, ranging in style from soft and folksy to their trademark heavier brand of alternative rock. The album is perhaps the most diverse the band has released since [...]