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I'd say I'm a big fan of Rend Collective from Northern Ireland. We saw them in concert a few years ago and they were awesome.

This one gets a lot of airplay around my house:



 
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I’ll have to check them out.

I like:
Project 86
RED
Thousand Foot Krutch
Emery
Living Sacrifice
ZAO
Chevelle (started as a Christian band)
Owl City
Deas Vail
Five Iron Frenzy
Manafest


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Seawind

 
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Creed. Big Grin



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Five Iron Frenzy



That is my BIL's favorite, those guys have an almost cult-like following don't they?


These guys are another one I like




 
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Five Iron Frenzy



That is my BIL's favorite, those guys have an almost cult-like following don't they?


These guys are another one I like


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Their shows were a ton of fun. I am not even sure how many times I have seen them.
Dandelions is my favorite. Their live album is one of my favorites.
https://youtu.be/1zTem-KQ4Jk

Dang, just fire up the live album. It is from 1999! Feeling old.


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Crowder, Kari Jobe, Tobi Mac, Hillsong to name just a few.






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I listen to mostly worship music. Some people I really like: Hillsong, Hillsong United, Shane & Shane, almost all of the Bethel Worship artists, Chris McClarney, and Elevation Worship. I also listen to some of the Belonging Co, Jesus Culture, Mosaic, Kristian Stanfill amd Leeland. I play and lead worship at church so I'm into these artists a lot. Not a huge Rend Collective fan but we do some of theor songs. Kings Kaleidoscope is another interesting band. I don't love them but they are certainly unique.

Most of the CCM is really poppy and just cheesy cover after cover of popular songs. Can't stand most of it.

One guy that is not strictly worship that I really love is Jason Upton. Singer/songwriter, kinda folky.



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Stevie Wonder.



He possess great skills.
 
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I Am They has a fantastic album. Can’t embed on my iPad.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TUjuRFwwvaw

Also I’ve been digging the For King And Country stuff.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ghl4FKiAyGg
 
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Crowder



My wife’s favorite.

We had this sung by my brother in law (the Five Iron Frenzy nut) at our wedding:



 
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After introducing my daughter to Anberlin, that's all we're allowed to listen to in the car now. I have the complete discography and she's ripped them all to her phone.



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After introducing my daughter to Anberlin, that's all we're allowed to listen to in the car now. I have the complete discography and she's ripped them all to her phone.


Forgot about them.
Ready Fuels and Paperthin Hymn, is good stuff.


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Third Day
Tobi Mac

This one has ALWAYS been an inspiration for me...



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I like just about all of those mentioned. Some of my favorites are

Third Day
For King and Country
Casting Crowns

Right now I really enjoy Josh Wilson’s song Dream Small. It gets me moving in the morning and helps me get ready for my day.

Dream Small
 
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Many others already listed. I’ll add: Elevation Worship, Tenth Avenue North, Matt Maher, Newsboys, Building 429...too many to list. I mostly listen to the Message channel on XM.

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Matt Maher


I personally don't find his music particularly original or catchy, but holy smokes that guy has a set of pipes.

What a voice!
 
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Most of the CCM is really poppy and just cheesy cover after cover of popular songs. Can't stand most of it.



Yep.

Turn on KLOVE and every song sounds the same to me and they play the same set of songs over and over and over. It's awful.

My sister loves that station, but I can't take it.


 
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