|Origin||Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada|
|Years active||2006 – present|
|Past members||Rich Moore
Newworldson is a Canadian Christian pop/soul band. Their musical style is very eclectic, but is principally soul music. The band is signed to Inpop Records and has toured extensively with the Newsboys. The band has toured in North America, Europe, and Australia and New Zealand.
Critical reception and charting
Newworldson's Salvation Station was selected as one of the twenty best albums of 2008 by Cross Rhythms, while Christianity Today voted Salvation Station No. 3 on their list of Best Christian Albums of 2008. The album hit No. 26 on Billboard magazines's Top Heatseekers chart in 2008, and 34 on the Top Christian Albums chart. The band's third album is the self-titled Newworldson contained the single "There is a Way", which reached No. 2 on Billboard's Christian Songs chart on March 20, 2010.
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- Joel Parisien – vocals, keyboards (2006–present)
- Mark Rogers – drums (2006–present)
- Leroy Emmanuel – guitar, vocals (2012–present)
- John Irvine – bass, vocals (2012–present)
- Darryl Dixon – alto saxophone (2012–present)
- Dave Watson – tenor, baritone saxophone (2012–present)
- Rich Moore – bass, vocals (2006-2012)
- Joshua Franklin toal – guitar, vocals (2006-2012)
|Top 200||US Christ||US Heat||NZ|
|2008||Salvation Station||Inpop Records||—||34||26||17|
|2012||Rebel Transmission||Platinum Pop||—||38||26||—|
- All the Way Live (Platinum Pop, 2014)
|Hot 100||US Christ|
|2007||"Salvation Station"||—||—||Salvation Station|
|"Sweet Holy Spirit"||—||—|
|2009||"There is a Way"||—||2||Newworldson|
|"That's Exactly How I Like It"||—||—|
Songs on compilations
- YourMusicZone.com No. 1s, "Down From The Mountain" (CMC, 2007)
- Canada Rocks, "Salvation Station" (CMC, 2008)
- Now Hear This: Winter 2010 Sampler, "You Set the Rhythm" (Sparrow, 2010)
- WOW New & Next, "You Set The Rhythm" (EMI CMG, 2010)
Awards and recognition
- 2007 New Artist of the Year
- 2007 Folk/Roots Album of the Year: Roots Revolution
- 2008 Folk/Roots Album of the Year: Salvation Station
- 2009 Group of the Year
- 2010 Folk/Roots Album of the Year: Newworldson
- 2010 Recorded Song of the Year: "There Is A Way"
- 2010 Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year: "There Is A Way"
- 2008 nominee, Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: Roots Revolution
- 2009 nominee, Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: Salvation Station
- 2011 nominee, Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: Newworldson
- Soul Shine Staff (2007-12-11). "(News) Newworldson Ready 'Salvation Station' and Spring Tour with Newsboys". Soul Shine Publishing. Retrieved 2009-02-14.
- Priest, Spencer (February 2008). "(Interview) Newworldson". The Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved 2009-09-03.
- Cummings, Tony and Mike Rimmer (2008-12-28). "(News) The 20 Best Albums Of 2008". CrossRhythms (UK). Retrieved 2009-02-14.
- Christian Music Today: The Best Christian Albums of 2008. Retrieved 2009-05-18.
- Johnson, Jared (2008). "(Review) Salvation Station". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-02-14.
- Newworldson at YMZ. Retrieved 2011-01-29.
- "There is a Way" at Billboard magazine. Retrieved 2011-01-29.
- New Zealand Charts: Newworldson
- Newworldson also received two other GMAC nominations in 2007, for: DVD of the Year: Roots Revolution, and Folk/Roots Song of the Year: "Babylon Is Gonna Fall". GMAC 2007 Covenant Award Nominees. Retrieved 2009-02-07.
- Newworldson also received six other GMAC nominations in 2008, for: Artist of the Year, Group of the Year, Album of the Year: Salvation Station, Song of the Year: "Salvation Station", Recorded Song of the Year: "Salvation Station", and Folk/Roots Song of the Year: "Salvation Station". GMAC 2008 Covenant Award Nominees. Retrieved 2009-02-07.
- Newworldson received two other GMAC nominations in 2009, for: Artist of the Year, and Song of the Year: "Working Man". GMAC 2009 Covenant Award Nominees. Retrieved 2009-10-25.