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Archives for August 2009

Glory Revealed Tour Reaches Goal

Congrats to the Glory Revealed Tour with David Nasser, Mac Powell from Third Day, Aaron Shust, as well as guest artists Natalie Grant, Jason Crabb, Mark Hall of Casting Crowns and Matt Mahr! After less than a week into their tour, they have already received enough audience response to fully fund a Bible translation project […]

I’d Wanna Learn From a Pro

If you’re a football quarterback, there are things you need to practice that, at first, feel uncomfortable. A 3-step drop, a 5-step drop… technical things you’ve got to do over and over again to get comfortable, because it’s the most efficient and effective way to play. Now, you could learn these fundamentals on your own […]

Jake Brothers Heads to Walt Disney World

A big shout out to Jake Brothers, who will be performing soon at Night of Joy, Walt Disney World, one of the top Christian music events in the country. Jake performed at the Gospel Music Association’s Immerse event earlier this month as both solo artist and as the Jake Brothers Band, and came out a […]

Shiloh

Congratulations, Shiloh! This Canadian 16-year-old’s debut CD, “Picture Imperfect” was released in Canada on Tuesday, and it’s already a hit. Yesterday, the CD was sitting at #1 on Canada’s iTunes Pop Album Chart – simultaneously rocketing its way up the iTunes Top (Overall) Album Chart – currently resting at #6! Shiloh’s “SCENE” sponsored Cross Canada […]

Holly Starr

Congratulations to Washington artist, Holly Starr, on winning honors at the GMA Artist and Song of 2009 National Competition! Holly was recognized for the ministry emphasis of her music by Compassion International, a Christian child advocacy organization. Compassion named her their recipient of the Music & Ministry Experience, an all-expense paid ministry trip to a […]

Jared Salte

A big shout out to Jared Salte of Alberta, Canada, for winning the vocal competition at Gospel Music Association’s Immerse in Nashville last weekend! Jared’s band, Junkyard Poets, was a finalist in the band competition at the event as well. Tom enjoyed their participation in the Wednesday evening “Tell and Show” session he taught, especially […]

The Right Thing at the Right Time

I’ve just finished 4 weeks of teaching thousands of artists, culminating at an event here in Nashville. And it’s not uncommon for me to hear things like I did at one of the sessions I attended. This was a networking event. And as I went from table to table, I kept hearing “the reason you […]