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  • ...into numerous other genres of music, including Alternative rock, Christian alternative rock, Pop, Dance, and Electronica. {{returnto}} [[Christian music]]
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  • ...e Crucifixion of Jesus. Their music incorporates influences primarily from alternative metal, rapcore and reggae. {{returnto}} [[Christian music]]
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  • ...istian punk]], [[Christian rock]], Christian ska, Cprog, Christian worship music ...n radio|radio stations]], and record stores. By the 1980s, CCM was a large music industry with artists such as [[Amy Grant]] and [[Michael W. Smith]] sellin
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  • topic_name = Christian punk music | ...band in 2000, "...[N]obody wanted to continue playing in [the] "Christian" music industry."
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  • topic_name = Music and Christianity | ...[Christmas carols]], [[Hymns]], [[Gospel music]], [[Contemporary Christian Music]]
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  • Pamela Mytroen is a freelance writer. She interviews Canadian music groups and writes reviews for them. We have musicians of distinction and va Links from other sources about Pamela Mytroen's arts, music or media ministry go here.
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  • Showbread is a Christian Post-hardcore/Alternative band from the Savannah, Georgia area. They are signed to Tooth and Nail Rec {{returnto}} [[Christian music]]
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  • Switchfoot is a Grammy nominated alternative rock band from San Diego, California, United States. The current members ar ...n. It's about change and movement, a different way of approaching life and music".
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  • Red is a Christian alternative metal band from Nashville, Tennessee, signed to Essential Records. The band Red's music is characterized by heavy, angst-asserting instrumentation (à la nu metal)
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  • Flyleaf is an alternative rock band from the Temple/Belton, Texas area. The band and its members have {{returnto}} [[Christian music]]
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  • ...Christian]] involved in [[:Category:Acting|acting]] and [[:Category:Music|music]] ministry in [[Canada]]. ...Country Music Awards (CCMA) show. Her Song "New Love" received the Country Music News Fan Award for Single of the Year and in 1988 Kelita recorded "Neighbou
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  • ...g]], [[:Category:Dance|dance]], [[:Category:Film|film]], [[:Category:Music|music]], [[:Category:New Media|new media]], [[:Category:News|news]], [[:Category: This paragraph describes Cathy Goddard's arts, music or media ministry.
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  • Christian rock is a form of rock music played by bands where the musicians are openly Christian. The extent to whi ...Music?''", summarized his attitude and his quest to pioneer Christian rock music.
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  • Kutless is a Christian Hard Rock/Alternative Rock band from Portland, Oregon. {{returnto}} [[Christian music]]
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  • ...g from Peterborough, Ontario. The band has become popular on the Christian music scene and also The Secular rock scene, and was voted "Favorite New Artist" ...m's fourteen songs. They won GMA Canada Covenant Award [1] for Modern Rock/Alternative Album of the Year in 2006.
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  • Gillespie's mother has an interest in music, and he was around music his "whole life". When Gillespie was 14, he was asked to join his current b ...t part, written about Gillespie's end of a four year relationship. He told Alternative Press, "I think I would've died if we didn't write those songs. I thought I
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  • ...mid-90s. They span the musical genres from grunge to techno, industrial to alternative rock. They were heavily influenced by the bands Mortal and Fold Zandura. {{returnto}} [[Christian music]]
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  • subtopics = [[Hark the Herald Angels Sing (alternative lyrics)]] | {{returnto}} [[Christianity]] -> [[Christian music]] -> [[Christmas carols]]
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  • Although there are alternative interpretaions, the Rapture interpretation states that in the near future d ...niels sings about the rapture from the pre-tribulation perspective in this music video of his song "Tribulation"<ref>[http://www.godtube.com/view_video.php?
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