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11 Christian musicians who are worth a listen

Posted by Anne Witton on Wednesday, August 9, 2017 Under: Random stuff


I always like getting recommendations of new artists to check out, so I hope you’ll enjoy discovering some new favourites here. In no particular order:

  1. Jane Kitson
    North-East based Jane Kitson is a talented singer-songwriter, pianist, guitarist (and probably plays other instruments as well), with a great voice.

  2. Aaron Taylor
    Soulful Aaron Taylor is so mellow and his R&B sounds are silky smooth.

  3. mStork
    mStork is ‘not your average rap package, unabashedly expansive and genuinely rebellious'. His latest release - the Crux - is a collaboration with Ebenezer.

  4. Gareth Davies-Jones 
    Irish singer-songwriter Gareth Davies-Jones’ lyrical voice, soft guitar and intelligent lyrics blend perfectly together. Listen to his impressive back catalogue and order songs here.

  5. David Benjamin Blower
    David Benjamin Blower - Singer, writer, prophet, agitator and all-round good-egg, David Benjamin Blower is definitely worth checking out if you like edgy music with a message.

  6. These Your Children
    These Your Children are a fresh and enjoyable musical duo from Nottingham, bringing an uplifting pop sound.

  7. Josh Garrels
    Josh’s music blends folk and hip hop to create a distinctive style that he uses to explore the big themes of existence from meaning and longing to hope.

  8. LulaSound
    Electronic beats and a great voice make LulaSound worth checking out.

  9. Stewart Garry
    Stewart Garry is one of the best acoustic guitarists around. I particularly recommend the track ‘The Don’ - prepare to be amazed!

  10. Bright City 
    Bright City have got a couple of studio albums of worship / contemporary Christian music.

  11. Lola Cove 
    Lola Cove are a five-piece rock / pop band from South London

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