Working hard on some incredible new features and ventures for NRT that will go live by the end of the year. Exciting stuff... Posted 08.23.10 at 11:48PM |
About Me My wife and I live in Idaho. We have two children: Caleb (2) and Kennedy (4). They have quickly become the center of our lives, keeping us busy throughout the day.
I own and operate KMWeb Designs full time and have about 150 clients across the country. I also run the Christian music site NewReleaseToday.com.
Christian music has been a personal passion of mine for years and it has always played some kind of role in shaping who I am, both personally and professionally. I certainly listen to other types of music, but Christian music encourages and strengthens my relationship with God that nothing else can. If you want to talk about Christian music, I'm always game.
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Formed in 2007 as a mainstream pop band, today Stars Go Dim is the moniker for Christian pop artist and songwriter ...
Blind Elephant by Gemstones Gemstones stormed on the scene back in 2006 when he was featured in several songs on Lupe Fiasco's debut album. He made waves when he was featured on various mixtapes. He was set to take off with his much anticipated debut album, Troubles of the ...
Everfound by Everfound
I love it when a debut captures my attention as strongly as Everfound's have. It's rare to see so much passion poured from a new band and speaks to the fact that Everfound is not as new as we think. The brothers have been playing music together ...
Cast My Cares by Tim Timmons There is always beauty in simplicity and that was proven no better this year than on the label debut from Tim Timmons, Cast My Cares. Through eleven tracks, we’re treated to songs that are stripped down to little else than a guitar, piano ...
Royal Tailor by Royal Tailor
I never caught the vision for Royal Tailor’s debut, Black & White, when it released a few years back. For whatever reason, I wrote them off as part of “Boy Band Wave: Round 28” and was initially indifferent to their ...