Downloaded the new David Crowder album (on iTunes) on Tuesday. Pretty cool that David Crowder was named MSN Pages artist of the month, who commented that "they've single-handedly redefined contemporary Christian music."
I don't know if I liked DCB when I first heard them 5 or 6 years ago, but they have grown to be one of my favorite groups. One of the things I think I really enjoy is that no matter what they do - they seem to keep the focus where it belongs. I've been continually impressed by what they do musically - continually stretching and growing.
B-Collision is sort of a variant on A Collision released last year. David Crowder says that they "choose bluegrass as a way to discuss grief and the resulting hope that is born out of it."
I especially love the version of "Wholly Yours," and "A Beautiful Collision."
Check it out - great album.