Amy Grant

Amy Grant’s “Be Still and Know… Hymns and Faith” Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | April 25, 2015

From an early “Be Still And Know” to a late “Softly And Tenderly” and a closing “Holy, Holy, Holy”, Grant maintains a calm, sweet quiet entry into faith: if we can’t join her in Jesus, we can join her in sound.

Why Christian Contemporary Music Sucks

By Iman Lababedi | April 16, 2015

It is the urge to contemporary, it is the faking of rock that harms CCM. Dylan means it on Shot Of Love, he handles the complexity and stalwartness of faith, Amy Grant is as interested in the music.

10 Songs: Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

By Iman Lababedi | April 15, 2015

Power In The Blood – Amy Grant – her time in secular music has given Amy a loudness and force here, like getting whacked on the head by the Bible, a country rockers spirituality… and an acquired taste – B

Not With The Band: Why So Many Famous Scientists In Pop Songs?

By Alyson Camus | December 30, 2014

Albert Einstein is truly part of our pop culture and figures in many songs as expected: They Might Be Giants’ ‘The World’s Address’, Landscape‘s ‘Einstein A Go-Go’, Counting Crows’ ‘Einstein on the Beach’, Jimmy Buffett’s ‘Einstein was a Surfer’ Bob Dylan’s ‘Desolation Row’, and even Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Einstein’… so weird!

Hear ye: What rock nyc Is listening to 12-19-13

By Iman Lababedi | December 19, 2013

Low key, ambient dubby sound with Charlotte’s whispery willow vocal all adding something desirable and sexy to the blues song. From her upcoming movie “Nymphomaniac” –a picture of which nearly crashed the website. Produced by beck, maybe she should get out more – B+