I like Caedmon's Call (excellent song writing!!), PFR, Jennifer Knapp, Russ Taff, Wes King, Ashton Becker and Dente, Guardian, Precious Death, Phil Keaggy, Daniel Amos, Bride, Larry Norman (the godfather of Christian Rock, especially his song "Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?"), Chris Rice, Deliverence, Sacred Warrior, Narnia, Whitecross, Whiteheart, Lost Dogs, Adam Again, The Choir, Jars of Clay, Petra (especially their older stuff with Greg X Volz, though John Schlitt-- former vocalist for the secular band HeadEast-- was/is good too), Daniel Band, Edin Adahl, Resurrection (Rez) Band, LoveWar, The Channel Surfers, The Supertones, Big Tent Revival, 77's, Clay Crosse, Allies, Sweet Confort Band, Bryan Duncan, Bob Carlisle, Antithesis, Atomic Opera, Balance of Power, Barren Cross, Bloodgood, Charlie Peacock (DC Talk remade his song In the Light), David and the Giants, Servant, DeGarmo and Key, Die Happy, Red Sea, Dion, Haven, Siloam, Holy Soldier, Idle Cure, In 3D, Stryper, Jeremy, Jeremy Camp, John Reuban, Toby Mac, DC Talk, Tait, Killed by Cain, Ken Tamplin, Shout, Kings X, Leslie Philips, Mad at the World, Mark Heard, Mark Farner (former guitarist and vocalist for Gran Funk Railroad), Tree 63, Third Day, Audio Adrenaline, Michael Card, Mansfield and Turner, Tourniquet, Trytan, Saint (sounds like Judas Priest), Venni Domine, Violet Burning, X-Sinner (somewhat like ACDC), Lightforce, Mastedon (former lead singer from the secular supergroup Kansas), and speaking of Kansas, former Kansas member/guitarist Kerry Livgren has some great solo stuff out as well as Dino Elafante from Mastedon.... anywas... Matthew Ward, Messiah Prophet, Michael Sweet, Novella (reminds me a little of Journey), Savior Machine, Sleepy Ray, Small Town Poets, Starflyer 59, Steve Taylor.... yep... I love music!! when I was physically able, I went to Cornerstone for around 8 or 9 years in a row and saw hundreds of bands... that was the coolest!!!
I aso listen to all instrumental jazz a lot.... I am a bit of a guitar freak and listen to everything from Satriani, to Christopher Parkening, to Larry Carlton, Lee Ritenour, to Buckethead, to Shawn Lane (he could have easily blown Eddie Van Halen away), to the greatest jazz fusion guitarist ever... Frank Gambale.... to Al DiMeola, John McLaughlin, Allan Holdsworth, Blues Saraceno, Phil Keaggy, Michael Hedges..... and on and on it goes....