This Week’s Guest: Kevin Max

By Paul Gibson | April 16th, 2015 | Posted In News


This week on the show we are joined by music legend Kevin Max. He’s made a big footprint on music through not only his groups, DC Talk and Audio Adrenaline, but also through his solo efforts. After leaving Audio A he released his newest project as a solo artist, Broken Temples. We will talk about his a career and where he is now in this fantastic interview. Don’t miss out.

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Weekly Fan Favorite Poll

By Paul Gibson | April 15th, 2015 | Posted In Polls

Until our polls are back to their normal and charming selves you can only vote once per poll. Sorry for any inconvenience and confusion. We are working hard to try to resolve the issue

Look for the new poll to go live sometime on Wednesday!  : )

This Week’s Guest: Silversyde

By Paul Gibson | April 9th, 2015 | Posted In News


This week on the show we welcome Laura Juliano from Silversyde. We will talk about the struggles that went into their latest EP Casting Shadows, as well as their newest single “Anthem,” their tour with White Collar Side Show and more.

This Week’s Guest: Hearts Like Lions

By Paul Gibson | April 2nd, 2015 | Posted In Uncategorized


This week on the show we are joined by Stephen Ramos, vocalist and guitarist for Hearts Like Lions. We will talk about their debut single Stranger, their signing to Tooth And Nail and their new EP. Don’t miss it.

Disciple Bassist to Leave Band

By Paul Gibson | March 31st, 2015 | Posted In News

This was just announced on Disciple’s Facebook page. 

A note from Jason:

Some things are extremely difficult to accurately translate from thoughts into words. Those things are pretty much impossible to communicate clearly in the emptiness of typed words over social media. Even so, this is my attempt to do it. As I’m writing this, it’s hard to believe that it’s already been going on three years since I joined Disciple. It honestly still feels like I just got here. When I was first contacted by Kevin about possibly getting to play with Disciple, it was the happiest I’d been in a long time (as far as my career goes). God was evidently working to show me that all the years of hard work in trying to succeed as a musician was actually leading somewhere fruitful.

Life seasons can change so quickly, but…