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Speaking to founder member Ray Goudie, Tony Cummings takes a long, hard look at Britain's soon-to-be-no-more veterans HEARTBEAT. [01.08.91]Chagall Guevara: The mainstream rockers fronted by Steve Taylor
At Greenbelt they've billed Chagall Guevara. Featuring Steve Taylor. Mr Taylor the one time rock-gospel satirist and Greenbelt favourite, still has pulling power it seems. Brian Mansfield investigates. [01.08.91]Julie Miller: A heart released and an album worth listening to
Possessing one of the most goose-pimple-inducing voices ever committed to digital, JULIE MILLER has made big waves since her debut solo album 'Meet Julie Miller'. Jan Willem Vink met the singer. [01.08.91]Noel Richards: Talking through his song "There Is Power In The Name Of Jesus"
Worship leader Noel Richards explains the thinking and theology behind "There Is Power In The Name Of Jesus" [01.08.91]Chris Bowater: A Lincoln-based songsmith and a worshipful master
Leaving aside the phenomenon called Kendrick, CHRIS BOWATER is probably the most popular praise and worship leader and songwriter in Britain. Dave Massey spoke to the songsmith. [01.08.91]Susan Ashton: The Nashville CCM star wakened by the wind
She made many sit up and take notice with her performances on the Michael Card tour earlier this year. Now SUSAN ASHTON is set to visit Greenbelt. Elizabeth Leighton Jones reports. [01.08.91]Domenico Scarlatti: Renowned for his expertise on the keyboard and such works as "Stabat Mater"
Dave Massey concludes our series on seminal composers of 'Sacred Music' by investigating keyboard wizard DOMENICO SCARLATTI (1685-1757). [01.08.91]The Glorylanders: Seventies British Jesus music veterans find new audiences in Germany
THE GLORYLANDERS have a new CD out recorded live in Germany. It's their first album for 18 years. Tony Cummings investigates. [01.08.91]Amy Grant: CCM icon with a heart in motion
Has Amy sold out or sold in? To find out Thorn Grainger spoke to AMY GRANT at her Nashville home. [01.06.91]Sidelong Glance - June/July 1991
Where our intrepid editorial team take an askance look at the Christian music counter-culture. [01.06.91]