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Christian Music in Canada - 2008Archive

The Priests Keep Culture Alive
The Priests, a trio from Ireland that performed in Toronto recently, have a contract with Sony BMG and a CD at the top of the charts. Their music represents Irish culture.

I Will Go
I Will Go is the third release from the Abbotsford, British Columbia, rockers, adding momentum to six years of success.

Changing My Religion
Here's the story of how a young pastor and his guitar found a voice in two very different worlds.

The Heart and Soul of the Beach Boys
The release of Pacific Ocean Blue: Legacy Edition, offers a chance to reassess the remarkable talent of Dennis, the real “beach boy” among the brothers.

God in the Detours 
Brian Doerksen speaks from experience:  God’s grace is much wider and higher than our failures and detours in life.

Connecting with the Heart: An Interview with Brian Doerksen
Brian Doerksen has been a leading writer of Christian music for more than 20 years. His Holy God CD received the 2008 Juno Award as the Album of the Year.

Spirituality Under the Surface of Jazz
Jazz seems to be the least likely form of music that evinces Christian content. With a closer look, it becomes clear the music itself is deeply spiritual.

Musician Sells Farm Fresh Songs 
An Ontario musician writes songs to encourage faith, but he barters and distributes his "product" to the community like an organic farmer.

Always Room for a Cello 
Steve Bell’s Symphony Sessions with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra is an excellent offering from a musician of the highest calibre.

Christian Rock Pioneer Norman Fondly Remembered
Larry Norman, a solid rock in the history of Christian music, passed away February 24, 2007.

Canadian Musicians Seek Copyright Protection
Due to unmonitored downloading, Canada's music industry has lost more than $586-million in retail sales and been forced to cut 20 percent of its employees.

Folk Musician Makes Many Friends 
Karla Adolphe’s aim is to become established in the music community but also to love the artists and the audience.

World Without End 
With help from vocals by Carolyn Arends, Steve Bell and the Blind Boys, a Presbyterian pastor, singer and guitarist Glen Soderholm, does his first worship album.

Rapper 'Speaks Life' to Aboriginal Youth
The first Canadian hip-hop artist to be nominated for a Grammy for Rock Gospel, portrayed by the media as a 'gangsta gone good', has a heart for ministry to Aboriginal youth.

In the Spotlight with Trevor McNevin 
Thousand Foot Krutch make music that both Christians and non-Christians can enjoy.

Arthur Alexander’s Triumphant Final Chapter
If you ever wanted to make a case for how cruel and unfair the music industry can be, Arthur Alexander would make a great exhibit ‘A.’




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