In a music career that spans an astounding 30 years, Steven Curtis Chapman is the most awarded artist in Christian music history. Now, he is sharing his life story with his memoir, Between Heaven & the Real World.
Change is inevitable and oftentimes painful. Staci Frenes understands this fact as well as any of us. With the release of her latest album, Unpathed Waters, Undreamed Shores, on December 16, 2016, we sat down to discuss the nature of change and how it is represented in these songs. Amongst other topics, we dig into the challenges and benefits of a good artist/producer relationship and what it means to embrace the difficulties in life.
We were excited to learn that our buddy Ross King just released a four-song Christmas EP titled Come and See. It seemed only appropriate to bring him on for a quick Amp’d Interview to chat a bit about it – and especially to learn more about Joe’s favorite track, “God With Us”.
We’re wrapping up our short series of readings from Madeleine L’Engle’s classic Walking On Water: Reflections on Faith and Art. We’ve save the best for last as we discuss the meaning of Kairos and who it applies to us as Christian creatives.
Jen Haugland is an artist that is occasionally referenced on Frequency. She introduced us to Dave Cleveland last year at CMS NW 2013. This led us to Dave's sister, J.C. Mason and an interview regarding Steadfast Trail, her equestrian ministry. This year we...
During our trip to Christian Musician Summit 2014, we conducted nearly 40 Lightning Interviews that included attendees, artists, and exhibitors, including this great one with Dave Cleveland. Dave may not be a household name to folks outside of Nashville, but he is the “go to” session guitar player in Nashville and one of the most gifted guitarists on the planet.
We’re finally home from CMS NW 2014 and catching up on our regular work at the Frequency home office. We continue our series of excerpts from the Madeleine L’Engle’s classic Walking On Water: Reflections on Faith and Art.
Today, November 11, 2014, Christ for Nations Worship releases their 40th live album recording, Kingdom. We are blessed at Frequency to boast that two of our contributors – Jessica Collins and Gabriel Allred – were key participants in this landmark release for this venerable institution.
Back when Frequency was in its infancy, there were a few names we scribbled on a (figurative) napkin that represented artists we wanted to interview. Amongst those names was Robbie Seay of the Robbie Seay Band. Joe sat down with Robbie last month which resulted in a conversation that should be considered compulsory for all aspiring musicians.
We’re trying something a little different over the course of the next few weeks. At the suggestion of our friend and Episode 3 guest, Mandy Thompson, we are going to read selected passages from Madeleine L’Engle’s classic book Walking On Water: Reflections on Faith and Art.
Group 1 Crew Launches Visual Playlist On YouTube Today To Promote Anticipated July 29 Release Of New Album, Power
With the anticipated July 29 release of POWER, Group 1 Crew’s latest project with Fervent Records, a full album visual playlist has launched on YouTube today.
one of Christian music’s most successful independent labels, is celebrating their first #1 on Billboard’s National Christian Audience (NCA) and Mediabase Christian Audience charts this week with Ryan Stevenson’s “Eye of the Storm” (feat. GabeReal).
Acclaimed singer/songwriters and worship leaders Dave & Jess Ray are giving voice to sentiments experienced by parents around the globe with their new song, “Hold You.”
Blanca announces she will release Not Backing Down – Remix EP, tomorrow, Friday, July 22 as a digital-only release. The EP will feature four tracks, including two versions of “Not Backing Down” – one with Tedashii and the other from GRAMMY® Award-winning production team Cobra, featuring KB.
Jimmy Wayne’s three-time New York Times best-selling book, Walk to Beautiful celebrates a milestone this week as it crosses the 100,000 sales mark for print copies.
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When I sat down (via the magic of the internet) with Joe Brookhouse of Frequency, I expected to answer some questions about my book, my faith, and my art. What I didn’t expect was the conversation that followed. Joe is thoughtful, prepared, and engaging and that interview remains one of my most memorable and enjoyable during the flurry of the book launch. I’m a huge fan of Frequency FM and it’s an honor to support the great work they doEmily P. Freeman
I look forward to every new podcast that comes out from the great guys at frequency.fm! I love the variety of people that they feature, the questions they ask, the song clips they showcase, and the fun that Joe & Dan have together! This is a podcast that feeds my artist-heart and I am SO incredibly thankful to have it available to me through iTunes!Hannah Starn
When my baby girl Eden was in NICU in St. Paul Minnesota, I had a scheduled interview with Dan Thomson and Joe Brookhouse over at the Frequency Podcast. This Podcast is top notch for artists and authors and because I didn’t want to miss it, the guys graciously allowed me to call in over Google Voice and risk their studio quality sound.
In the end, I’m glad they did because it turned out to be the best interview I’ve done. Joe knocked the ball outta the park with his insightful questions. I’m sharing it with you because we went places Church Zero didn’t go, and I want to take you with us.Peyton Jones