Sunday News Roundup (24th-30th November 2014)

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Here’s the next instalment of “Sunday News Roundup”, this time from the 24th til the 30th November. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news!

  • Singer/songwriter Cheri Keaggy has launched a new Kickstarter to fund her new album No Longer My Own, set to release in 2015; what do you think of the new project? Speaking of crowd funded projects, check out Red’s new pledge music campaign for their new album of Beauty And Rage, slated to release sometime in 2015! Who’s excited for the new project?
  • Jason Gray has unveiled his latest tour- the Christmas Stories tour in 2014- what do you think of the tour and will you be attending these events?
  • For King and Country have a new single releasing soon, called “You Matter”. They also performed their hit song “Fix My Eyes” on the TV show Huckabee recently. What do you think of the new album Run Wild, Live Free, Love Strong?
  • Singer/songwriter Jaime Jamgochian has released a new Christmas single called “Twelve Days Of Christmas (O How I Want To Sing)”; check out the press release! Press releases for Brandon Heath’s new album No Turning Back, Smalltown Poets’ new Christmas album, and MercyMe’s new music video also came online; what do you think of them?
  • Smalltown Poets, Shaun Groves, Hawk Nelson, Aaron Shust and Danny Gokey all have new song and album streams and downloads this week; what do you think about the news?
  • Music videos galore! Videos from Jason Bare (“Christmas All The Times”), Lexi Elisha (“Atmosphere”), The Digital Age (“Blessed Assurance”), Brightwork (“Hope For Love”) and 1 Girl Nation (“A Very Acapella Christmas Mashup”, “Joy”, “Let It Go”, “Angels We Have Heard On High” and “Go Tell It On The Mountain”) all premiered this week, as did the lyric video for Hillsong’s “Peace Has Come”! What do you think of all the videos?
  • There are also trailers that have debuted online this week the most notable being Star Wars: The Force Awakens (see press release here!). Other notable trailers that were unveiled this week included Jurassic World, Home, A.D. season 1 and Pan; what do you think of them?
  • This week there have been plenty of TV news, ranging from cancellations to new developments in existing and new shows. New series #Winning (NBC), Badlands (AMC), Big Little Lies (network is TBA), and Zoo (CBS) all have had updates over the past few days, while there is an article on Spoiler TV about The Mentalist Season 7, where Bruno Heller, Robin Tunney and Simon Baker were interviewed. Hart Of Dixie is premiering early (December instead of January), and it was also revealed that Supergirl is most likely part of the Arrow and Flash universe. Orphan Black has had plenty of additions to the cast, and there is new footage of Sherlock season 4. The Fosters also received some scoop about season 2B and the Christmas episode. However this week was not without its emotional decisions, with first season shows Matador and Red Band Society both being cancelled. What do you think of the TV news?
  • The 2007 movie August Rush is going to Broadway, check out the exciting news here!
  • Phil Stacey has a new single releasing soon, titled “Reach Beyond”, and Shane And Shane are releasing their new Christmas album soon! What do you think of these new announcements?
  • Needtobreathe performed their song “Brother” this week on the Thanksgiving parade; check out the performance here!
  • Seth and Nirva Ready, previously in TobyMac’s band, released their debut EP in 2013 called I Need You; check out their interview with Breathecast here, about touring together and their marriage!

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