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Gibson Guitar Won't be Prosecuted for Wood Imports
Gibson’s Blues: Endless Laws Criminalizing Business
Experts say thanks to overcriminalization, almost anyone could be convicted of a federal crime. The phenomenon is not only bad for individuals, it's bad for businesses, like Gibson Guitars.
Gordon Robertson sits down with former Korn guitar player Brian "Head" Welch, live from CBN.
Blind since birth, Ronnie Milsap's faith helped him accept his disability and made this singer into the person he is today.
They are five talented musicians all under the age of 25. The Annie Moses Band performs 100 shows a year. They’re more than a band… they’re family.
The worship leader confesses, "At the time I was like, This is my life. It’s just destroyed. My heart is a wreck; my life is a wreck."
Amongst the musical outlaws of country's "MuzikMafia", there is Damien Horne -- an artist with a message of hope, love and forgiveness… all of which are a far cry from the world in which he grew up.
Colin Ireton lived as the poster child of an '80s "hair" band. But eventually the fame wasn’t enough. There was a nagging inner belief that there must be a God out there somewhere. But where?
Kevin Kyle was living it up as a rock and roll guitarist. But after three DUIs landed him in prison and brought a divorce, Kevin was ready for a change.
The man at the center of the Del McCoury Band shares how the quirky twists and turns of life led him to a successful music career.
Singing before 30 million American Idol viewers made him a household name. But for Chris Sligh, it was about much more than music.
Virtuoso guitarist, Christopher Parkening performs “Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child” Live on The 700 Club.
Though he has attained much, Christopher is not looking back. He looks forward to what he can do to impact the lives of future musicians and leaders.
The Annie Moses Band shares about their family music ministry.
Barbara visits The 700 Club to discuss her career and her Christian faith.
Scott Ross visits the gospel blues singer in his legendary home to discuss faith, country music, and how a guitar saved his soul.
Keni Thomas recounts his war experience, “Black Hawk Down”, and tells how losing his friends on the battlefield changed his life. He now performs for country music audiences and U.S. troops overseas.