Matt Redman is a British, Christian songwriter, and was one of the main worship leaders associated with the Soul Survivor organization. He is now with Passion Conferences and an Artist for Six Steps Records. He has authored and edited multiple books on Christian worship, including The Unquenchable Worshipper and the book Facedown which accompanied the album. Some of his most popular songs include "Heart Of Worship", "Let Everything That Has Breath", "Once Again", and "Blessed Be Your Name", the latter winning the "Worship Song of the Year" award in the 2005 GMA music awards.
Downhere is a Christian Rock band from Canada. Downhere has two lead singers - Marc Martel (guitarist), and Jason Germain (guitarist and pianist). The other two members of the band are Glenn Lavender (bassist) and Jeremy Thiessen (drummer). "The goal isn't to land in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The goal is to represent Christ in all of our relationships. The band and the music are the medium we're using to paint this picture of what it looks like to be a Christian."
Well-crafted southern rock with substance. Third Day's music mixes faith with the pure energy of rock n' roll to give fans a non-watered down way to express their belief. Members: Mac Powell (vocals/guitar) , Mark Lee (guitar), Tai Anderson (bass) and David Carr (drums). Albums they released
- Third Day (1996)
- Conspiracy No. 5 (1997)
- Time (1999)
- Offerings (2000)
- Come Together (2001)
- Offerings II (2003)
- Wire (2004)
- Live Wire (2004)
- Wherever You Are (2005)
- Christmas Offerings (2006)
There are several artists called Anna:
1) Anna Santos (Spanish/Japanese) of Latin band BON-BON BLANCO, who solos as "Anna"
2) German pop band (written "AnnA")
3) 90's Rock band from Croydon, England
4) Techno Project ("Schneewittchen EP")
5) Swiss rap artist (Debut: "Still Young", 2006, muve/Musikvertrieb)
6) Ukrainian nu-metal band. 1) Anna Santos is the vocalist of Latin band BON-BON BLANCO. She releases her solo work under just "Anna".
All Saints are a English/Canadian pop music girl group that enjoyed considerable critical and commercial success. The group comprises founding members Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis, and sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton. Their debut album, All Saints, was released in 1997 with the first single "I Know Where It's At" reaching #4 on the UK charts. The next single, "Never Ever", launched All Saints as stars, selling over two million copies in the United Kingdom also. They later went on to release their second full length studio album, Saints & Sinners in 2000.
1. John Paul Young, is an Australian pop singer, known primarily for his worldwide hit Love Is In The Air. Born on June 21, 1950, in Glasgow, Scotland, his family relocated to Sydney when he was aged 11. After forming the band Elm Tree with schoolmates in 1967, he was discovered by renowned talent manager Simon Napier-Bell, who convinced his to sign as a solo artist with Albert Productions. It was here he began his long association with songwriters and record producers Harry Vanda and George Young of The Easybeats.
Jamie's Elsewhere is from Sacramento, California, and was formed after the demise of Mozart Season in 2005 and are currently signed to Victory Records. Their sound is mellower than Mozart Season was, but still incorporate keyboard/piano elements. Some have compared Jamie's Elsewhere with bands such as Chiodos because of the ambient rock sound combined with raw screams and vocal variation. However, on their latest album, They Said a Storm Was Coming, their sound has been compared to the flourishing electronic-hardcore sound which hosts bands like Of Mice & Men and Asking Alexandria.