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Includes Christian Guitar TAB Archive a developing resource that currently has TABs for Jars of Clay and Jaci Velasquez
Plus great list of sites such as:
Rockin' With The CrossArchive of Christian rock, alternative, punk, metal guitar and bass tab.
Has complete Christian TAB collections to download as large ZIP files:
JESUSaves.com Christian Midi Index A-Z Midi from Angels to You Are The One. Praise & Worship, JESUSaves, Online Bible, Devotionals, Writings, e-newsletter
NetRadio Christian Music We are happy to announce the expansion of our Christian Hits music offerings. In addition to the popular CCN Hits channel, we have now added Urban/Gospel, Praise & Worship, Adult Contemporary, and Christian Rock. While you are listening to these new channels, please check out our Christian Music partner site, crosswalk.com
|Fishland incorporating Christian albums and Sheet Music Unlimited. Largest database of Christian sheet music and accompaniment tracks. Whether you're a choir director, or play music as a hobby...|
gofishnet.com music headlines, Hear the best in Christian Dance & Club music. Artist Network of 55 sites. Top 30 projects as at Sep '98: Big Tent Revival, Bleach, Eric Champion, Christian Musician Magazine, Cross Movement, Deliriou5? HM Magazine, Insyderz, Jars Of Clay, Sarah Masen, Rich Mullins, MxPx, Newsboys, Petra, PlankEye, Rocketown Records, Ska Collection, Squad Five-O, Supertones, Tooth & Nail, Veggie Tales, Jaci Velasquez, WOW. Part of Christian Community Network CNN
He has over 30 releases, played on hundreds of sessions and is highly regarded not only as a top notch musician and humble guy, but also as a respected man of God. Who is this guy? Phil Keaggy
Myrrh Record company for Jaci Velasquez, Bryan Duncan, Amy Grant, Guardian, Grover Levy, Crystal Lewis, Greg Long, Miss Angie, Chonda Pierce
Miss Angie the mission of her lyric writing tends to hearken back, perhaps, to an earlier era of the Jesus movement when the lines between entertainment and worship were less distinct. "For a long time," Miss Angie says, "even before I considered trying to get a record deal as an artist, I was toying with the idea of making a record that would combine modern sounds, big guitars, driving rhythms, etc., with a real spirit of worship, a genuine experience of God's presence"