Christian bands and music artists haven’t been left behind in this web era of trendy and inspiring websites. They have invested in beautiful websites to exhibit their web presence. Not only do the websites showcase their captivating muscles, but they also keep the fans abreast with the latest info on: the band’s and artist’s current and next tour dates, latest albums or free songs and chord charts. The bands’ social pages are also engaging on their websites. Without much further ado, here’s a list of 30 great examples of Christian bands and music artist websites for your inspiration. Most, if not all are my absolute favorite Christian bands and artists. Enjoy!
The Hillsong’s website is visually impressive and stunning. The full screen size, fading images capture the entire focus of the user as one lands on the page. The pretty thumbnail with a little description neatly placed at the top left corner, informs users of the band’s latest album in a rather non-distracting way.
This is another stunning website from LifePoint Music. The band’s website is minimalistic with the band’s name in bold typography. The website showcases the band’s latest song with a catchy call-to-action to download on iTunes. It has a huge cover photo of the latest song with a sleek player at the bottom.
Bethel Music’s elegant website stands out with its full-width banners sliding across the page. The banners highlight the important events and the latest albums. The banner is then followed by a simple and clean layout of brief intros to other important aspects on the band’s website.
Planetshakers are known for their energetic, dance party praise anthems. Their website is just as energetic with a vibrant orange color. The color blends in well with a tone of white and black color. They have an infinite scroll of their social blocks at the bottom of the page which adds more interactivity to their website.
Triangular patterns and an evenly distributed orange tone on the top most banner, makes Elevation Worship’s website appealing. The site uses large attractive typography on the menus with a simple and clean layout on the main content.
Ian Yates’ website reveals its magnificence through its parallax scrolling ability. The subtle textures on the main images give it an elegant feel.
A blend of simplicity and illustrative elements has been brought out on Kari’s website. The site greatly reveals the kind of mood her music sets.
One aspect that greatly adds to the impressiveness of this website is the use of beautiful typography, which has been distributed all over the site with varying font sizes. It has a neat approach to showcase Francesca Battistelli’s latest album on the full width banner.
This is another large scale typography website from Michael. W. Smith. His website has an admirable look and feel and you’ve got to love the way the social icons at the right hand side have been distinctively placed and conceptualized.
Centric Worship has set up a simple, elegant website for their fans and users. They clearly highlight new, trending and free songs in bold typography. Their minimalistic concept focuses on giving out more information to their users.
Summit Worship’s website has a sleek and clean face. The site’s top section highlights the most recent album through a captivating cover photo of the album. The sight is brought to life with long and light typography on the headings.
Beautiful illustration stands out from Matt Maher’s website. The textured background brings out the style of music that Matt produces. The different aspects of his website have been tidily placed on the website making it a clean and illustrative website.
A dark background with distinctive orange-colored calls- to-action is on Tim Timmons landing page. He creates a connection with his audience by revealing the reason for singing some of his songs. This is a brilliant way for building interaction and the prominent calls-to action help to achieve this.
A world-renown contemporary Christian musician, Chris Tomlin, has a modern, sleek website to engage with his fans. With this huge number of fans, he creates a deeper engagement with his fans by the use of different social media blocks on the website. One also can’t miss out on his tour dates.
Building 429’s website is characterized by an imposing 3-columnar layout on the landing page. The red color tone on the website greatly suggests what the musicians are all about. There’s also an impressive song player fixed at the bottom of the page.
A simple, clean with beautiful typography is what this couple needs to showcase their music. You get invited to the website with a beautifully textured photo of the couple right at the top. Brad and Rebekah’s website also has an interactive social section with their fans.
This is another couple who have a really clean, modern and minimalistic website. One can’t miss out any info posted on this website. The choice of colors blends in well on the white background.
Lindsay McCaul’s website has been deftly conceptualized especially on the banner section. The banner images maintain a circular background all through their fading transitions and the fonts used are just as amazing. The website is clean with nice white spaces.
One thing that attracts you to Meredith Andrew’s website is the illustrative art behind it. Not only does the site suggest the type of music that Meredith produces, but also sells out her songs to her fans and to new fans who want to listen to her music.
This is yet another three column layout from this band. Mercy Me’s website is sleek, clean and intuitive.
Newsboys are also well known for their energetic anthems and their website doesn’t disappoint. Newsboys’ web presence is made engaging with the use of diverse media such as YouTube videos, ticket sales adverts and online store adverts.
The use of imagery on Phil Wickham’s website enhances the website’s visual impression. The logo and the menu on the left create a perfect visual balance with Phil’s image on the right.
Don Moen’s website is a clutter-free website with an attractive, modern, look and feel. The website tends to focus more on information and less on design. The logo of the website takes a unique approach with Don Moen’s signature acting as the brand identity of the website.
Daniel Bashta’s website is a unique website that takes on a vintage style of an old printed paper. The pretty news scroll at the top left corner informs the user that there’s a new album that one can sample out.
Anthony Evans focuses to connect deeper with his fans. As one lands on the page, one can’t fail to notice the Instagram thumbnails and the social icons above the fold. Anthony Evans’ website is a clutter-free website with a minimalistic approach.
This is another minimalistic website with beautiful typography. John Mark McMillan uses his website to connect with his fans via Twitter and Instagram.
This singer and songwriter has an elegant website to go with her style of music. The full-width banner reveals her latest album. Brief intros with links to full-length articles are pleasantly ordered on the landing page.
Brandon Heath’s website falls into a three-column layout with the latest album’s cover photo acting as the website’s background. The choice of font colors blends in with the background and improves the site’s look and feel.
Toby Mac’s website is brought to life with the green tone on the banner. The texturized background adds more visual appeal to the website.
A nice choice of font is pre-eminent on this website. The site is arranged into two columns and the icons used all over the website makes Aaron Shust’s website stand out. It’s a simple, clean and informative website.
I hope you enjoyed this list of Christian Bands and Music Artists Websites for your web design inspiration. Well, the list doesn’t end. Feel free to add links of your favorite Christian bands’ website in the comments below.