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- Third Day’s sound: Lynyrd Skynyrd in its Sunday best
- Number of Grammys on their shelf: one more than the number of days in their name
- Hits to listen for: “Cry Out to Jesus” and “Call My Name,” both included on Billboard magazine’s list of the best Christian songs of the 2000s
- What else you’ll hear: tracks from Lead Us Back: Songs of Worship, their latest album
- Words critics have used to describe it: “cinematic” (Jesus Freak Hideout), “beautiful” (Worship Leader), “spacious” (Cross Rhythms)
- Brandon Heath’s sound: upbeat shimmering acoustic Christian pop with inspiring lyrics delivered in a sweet, smooth, and soulful voice
- Brandon’s award tally (so far): five GMA Dove Awards (including Male Vocalist of the Year) and five Grammy nominations
- Hits to listen for: “Give Me Your Eyes” (the 2009 GMA Song of the Year), the No. 1 single “I’m Not Who I Was,” and “Jesus in Disguise”
- What else you’ll hear: tracks from Brandon’s latest, No Turning Back
- Words critics have used to describe it: “an 11-song masterpiece” (Cross Rhythms), “his most spiritually overt effort” (New Music Tuesday)
- Get there early: for worship tunes from Jason Barton, the lead singer of 33 Miles, whose single ”There is a God” was played as the wake-up call music for the Space Shuttle astronauts on their STS-128 mission on September 3, 2009.