Since the band's landmark national debut ten years ago, Caedmon's Call has released 8 albums, garnered 14 top five radio hits (seven of which went No. 1), and sold more than 1 million albums. Known for their signature folk/pop sound, and unparalleled live performances, Caedmon's Call has set themselves apart as one of the most recognized groups in the genre. In its first decade, the band's unique approach to artistry, and focus on ministry both in the US and around the world, have worked together to maintain a core of unwavering fans.
Now for the first time on one project, Thankful, The Best of Caedmon's Call includes the band's biggest hits as originally recorded. A must for any true Caedmon's Call fan, Thankful i ... more
Dove-nominated singer/songwriter Bebo Norman offers a new perspective on his August 24th release, Try, produced by Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay) and Matt Bronlewee (Natalie Imbruglia, Michael W. Smith). Pouring his story into his lyrics, Bebo shares a journey of struggles, love, laughter and faith. Built upon the simple truth that "God is very big, and we are not," Try paints a picture of real life focused on serving God and loving others well.
Photographed in his native home, Georgia, the album reflects Norman's appreciation of both his past and present. As always, Norman pours honesty and emotion into writing and recording, as evident on the song "Where the Trees Stand Still and the life-affirming "Everything Under the Sun. Having recently toured 53 cities alongside Third Day and on the heels of his first mutli-format Top 10 radio hit "Holy Is Your Name, Bebo Norman received standing ovations nationwide with his stirring lyrics and intense vocals showcased in "Great Light of the World.
A previous independent release and two tours with Caedmon's Call have gained Bebo Norman a notable fan base. His first major-label release, Ten Thousand Days blends the reflection of a journal entry, the images of a poet, and the experiences of one who embraces all that comes his way. This upbeat folk album spotlights Norman's journey as he grapples with the important issues of life in order to live more faithfully. Throughout the project, Bebo's vocal and lyrical style carries an element of quietness that comes from his innermost self. The music has a spacious feel, but is not lacking in richness. Every tone, rhythm, and harmony has been tastefully chosen to create a purposeful sound. Its unobtrusive nature gently becko ... more
On Big Blue Sky, you'll find a leap in Bebo's musical progression. With bigger production than you heard on Ten Thousand Days, Big Blue Sky features electric guitars and even upbeat, acoustic pop on several tracks. Fans of Bebo will love to listen to the depth of his lyrics on Big Blue Sky as well, showcasing the happy side of his character through words.