Raised on a farm in the small town of Quincy, Washington, Holly Starr is not afraid of hard work. In fact, the farm girl in Starr much prefers the dirt and grime to the glamour of the spotlight. That’s why she’s still confounded as to how she arrived at this place in life, releasing her second full-length record, Tapestry; working with one of the industry’s most sought-after producers, this year’s Dove Award-winning producer Rusty Varenkamp (Tenth Avenue North, Meredith Andrews); and performing on countless stages across the country, including Creation Festival, Lifest and an opening spot for LeAnn Rimes. It’s all Starr can do not to pinch herself.
Nominees for the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards® were announced Wednesday, November 30 from the Nokia Theatre in L.A. Brandon Heath and Chris Tomlin top the list of this year’s Christian/Gospel GRAMMY® nominees, garnering three nods each.Both artists have celebrated extensive...
Q: Your new album, So Proud, features a childhood picture of you on the cover. As a kid, what was your favorite cereal?A: It was a tie between Fruit Loops and Apple Jacks.Q: Why?A: That's what they kept buying!Q: Did you play any sports?A: I played baseball and a lot of recreational basketball...
Gospel music is rich in history dating back to its founding era, from legends such as Mahalia Jackson who set the standard, to those like Kirk Franklin and Mary Mary who reinvented it – all of whom continue to have an impact today.When you get right down to it, gospel music’s legacy is...
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