Acclaimed Christian rockers celebrate 30 years of faith-filled music with hits and deep cuts; Hawk Nelson and Ryan Stevenson open
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1985: the year this Christian rock band formed in its native Australia
17: the number of studio albums they’ve released to date
6: the number of those albums that reached gold status, thanks to their messages of faith and love interwoven with catchy pop riffs
3: the number of lead singers the band has welcomed throughout the years, including original founder Peter Furler and DC Talk member (and current Newsboys frontman) Michael Tait
2014: the year Newsboys released their latest album, Hallelujah for the Cross, a collection of hymns that AllMusic.com calls “anything but a traditional hymns album” given its mix of “robust anthemic rock, dance music, and reflective worship music”
Hawk Nelson: This energetic rock quartet has gained a strong following (and “Favorite New Artist” designation from CCM Magazine readers) thanks to its poppy hooks and VH1-lauded music video for “The One Thing I Have Left.” Their brand-new album, Diamonds, has been heralded by the single “Drops in the Ocean.”
Ryan Stevenson: With vulnerable yet uplifting lyrics and a keen ear for pop and soul, this rising star crafts catchy melodies that are equally at home on the dancefloor as they are in the pulpit.