CCM, Feb 2001, vol. 23, iss. 8

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Cover of CCM, Feb 2001 v. 23, i. 8, featuring Carman
Writers in this Issue
Aldridge-McNeece, Sarah
Argyrakis, Andy
Baldwin, Rick
Black, Beau
Chamberlain, Jerry
Farris, Christina
Fischer, John
Garfield, Ken
Gillespie, Natalie Nichols
Harris, Laura
Howe, Michele
Mackle, David
McCreary, David
Newcomb, Brian Quincy
Riddle, Melissa
Trouten, Lis
Urbanski, Dave


Cover Feature:
  • "No Guts, No Glory" by Melissa Riddle
  • "Breaking the Chains" by Lis Trouten
  • "When A Plan Comes Together" by Sarah Aldridge-McNeece
  • "Once & Again" by Laura Harris
On The Beat:
  • "Oh How the Years Go By" by Sarah Aldridge-McNeece
    Myrrh closed
  • "Trading Places" by Ken Garfield
    artists crossing from the general market into Christian music, Randy Travis, John Tesh
  • "Artists Honored With Grammy Nominations" by Sarah Aldridge-McNeece
  • "Indie Artists Unite to Offer Hope, Community" by Andy Argyrakis
  • "New Family-focused Videos Launch" by Natalie Nichols Gillespie
    3-2-1 Penguins!
Talent Pool:Story Behind the Song:On The Beat / Indies:What's New:
  • Living Sacrifice - The Hammering Process by Brian Quincy Newcomb
  • The Dingees - The Crucial Conspiracy by Brian Quincy Newcomb
  • Ceili Rain - Erasers on Pencils by Melissa Riddle
  • Rhubarb - Kamikaze by Dave Urbanski
  • The Darins - Letting Go by Michele Howe
  • LaRue - Transparent by Beau Black
  • Iona - Open Sky by David McCreary
  • LaRue - Transparent by Beau Black
  • Lifehouse - No Name Face by Dave Urbanski
In Concert:Outta Toon:
  • by Rick Baldwin
Consider This:
  • "Bigger Than "Christian"" by John Fischer

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