Music Review- Taylor Swift: cardigan

Taylor Swift dropped Folklore, a new album that has been well-received by fans and others who like music. Part of that drop was “cardigan” a song written by Swift and Aaron Dessner. The song is about being young and learning about romance. It is a subject that Swift broaches often and this one did feel…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Between Twilight

From her album Artemis, Lindsey Stirling brings us another enchanting instrumental piece with “Between Twilight,” which illustrates her impressive ability to play the violin. The music itself is a cascade of talent, somber in its melody, but it also tries to inspire the listener with some incredible instrument work from Stirling and the accompanying musicians.…

Music Review- Zach Williams, Dolly Parton: There Was Jesus

Gospel singer Zach Williams joins forces with one of Country music’s greatest legends Dolly Parton for a song all about their faith “There Was Jesus” featured on the album of the same name. It is written by Zach Williams, Casey Beathard, and Jonathan Smith. Zach Williams brings some strong encouragement with his music. From  “Chainbreaker”…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Sleepwalking

Lindsey Stirling has made such beautiful songs like “First Light” and “Artemis.” Her music is always entertaining and shows some incredible talent in both the composition and dance choreography. Her song “Sleepwalking” is accompanied by a new music video. “Sleepwalking” definitely shows off Lindsey Stirling’s incredible talent and attention to detail especially with how well the music…

Music Review- Zach Williams: Empty Grave

Zach Williams was inspired when he wrote the songs “Old Church Choir” and “Chainbreaker.” The former is an amazing tribute to the sound of gospel music. The latter is an incredible message about Jesus Christ and the freedom he can give you. With “Empty Grave,” from his new album Rescue Story, he gives a tribute…

Music Review- Lexi Walker: Teach Me

Written by Katie Yeager and Lexi Walker, “Teach Me” is a lovely ballad that discusses unrequited love. This is the first song that I listened from Lexi Walker and I found it enjoyable. “Teach Me” has a ballad feel to it, giving it a soft tone that compliments the lyrics perfectly. Lexi’s voice is impactful…

Music Review- Home Free: Why Not

From their album Dive Bar Saints, country music all-vocal band Home Free brings out their talent with “Why Not.” Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust, and Adam Chance are known for their covers of various country and pop songs, but this time, they bring out an original song that has their unique flare.…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: We Three Gentlemen Medley

Lindsey Stirling is bringing her talent to the Christmas season. With her violin, some holiday cheer, and some yuletide classics, Stirling brings on a charming and delightful melody with ‘We Three Gentlemen Medley.’ Mixed with the Christmas songs “We Three Kings,” “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” “Carol of the Bells,” and a few others, Stirling…

Music Review- kalley: Oasis

Kalley Heiligenthal aka kalley, brings us her first single “Oasis” from her upcoming album Faultlines produced by Bethel Music. The song, according to the YouTube description, “No matter how dry or endless the wasteland around us, we have direct access to a wellspring of life living inside—Jesus Christ, the hope of glory.” This is what…

Music Review- Taylor Swift: The Archer

I will be honest, I did not like Taylor Swift’s “You Need To Calm Down.” I found it annoying, childish, and pandering to a woke crowd. That being said, I actually did enjoy The Archer, since it was done in the same style of Delicate and Read For It. “I’ve been the archer, I’ve been…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Underground

My favorite musician and violinist Lindsey Stirling’s album Brave Enough features the inspiring songs Forgotten City and First Light. She also does a combo song of the theme for Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame called EndGame of Thrones (which is awesome.) Today, I am highlighting her new single Underground. Like many of her songs, this one has no lyrics.…

Music Review- Madilyn Bailey: Red Ribbon

Grief has always been touched on by singers and songwriters. Sometimes poorly, but then there are rare songs that broach their music with a reverence that is undeniable. Madilyn Bailey’s Red Ribbon is one of those songs that has a tenderness. The song speaks of loved ones who have passed on from this life but…

Music Review- newsboys: Symphony

The newsboys have released their new album United, which includes the single “Greatness of our God” On this album, we see the return of former members Peter Furler (drummer, former lead singer) and Phil Joel (former bassist). Today, I am reviewing another song featured, “Symphony.” This is a solid entry. While it is not as good as…

Music Review- Tyler Ward: How to Lose a Girl

Singer-songwriter Tyler Ward has brought us some acoustic covers of songs like Can You Feel The Love Tonight, as well as original songs like The Hardest Thing, If It’s Not Me, What It’s Like To Be Lonely. I am bringing you a music review of his newest original song How To Lose A Girl. Ward definitely has the slow pop music…

Music Review- Inoue Miyu: Boogie Back

What better way to celebrate the premier of Dragon Ball Super: Broly than to plug Japanese techno / pop star Inoue Miyu’s 2017 hit single Boogie Back? This song was featured in the closing credits of the popular anime series during the “Tournament of Power” saga and beyond, making it a hit in both Japan and…

Music Review- Emily Kinney: Same Mistakes

Emily Kinney makes waves not only with her ability to act, but also with her singing abilities. She has the charming, inspiring, and beautiful voice to be a hit singer. From her music video Mermaid Song to Boy Band Hero, she proves how far someone can take their talent. The same goes for her latest song and music video…

Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Santa Baby

The Deluxe Edition of Lindsey’s Christmas Album “Warmer in the Winter” has so many great songs like Christmas C’Mon, but also her cover of Santa Baby. In a rare musical treat, Stirling not only plays her violin and dances with her acrobatic style, she also sings. This is an early Christmas gift for all of us who are…