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2013 3/Aug

The Gospel Music Workshop of America, Inc. (GMWA) is one of the staples in the Gospel music industry. Its goal is to preserve the history and legacy that makes Gospel music great; all while educating and advancing the genre to still make it relevant in today’s music world. Rev. James Cleveland, a pioneer and legend […]

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2013 14/Jul

The music industry is thought to be one of the most cutthroat businesses in the world. The spirit of competition can be overwhelming and sometimes mean-spirited and intolerable. Just think about it, the very nature of reality television music singing competitions is more about what act is better, who garners more ratings or is more […]

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2013 27/Jun

As if the music industry was not difficult enough to navigate through as an independent artist, Gospel musicians have the added responsibility of respecting the ministry aspect of their artwork. The Music vs. The Ministry is a very real conflict that often arises for Gospel artists, but it is very seldom discussed. From my perspective as […]

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2013 20/Jun

As an artist manager, I’m often asked to give some tips on how to get started in the music business. More accurately, new artists frequently ask how to get their music out and how to start marketing it. In no way do I consider myself an expert on this topic, but I can share some […]

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2013 10/May

Knowledge is power. In order to achieve in the music industry, a person not only needs to be talented, but knowledgeable of the business of music. Gospel music is no different. Luckily, there is a yearly publication that outlines all of the business associated with the Gospel Music industry. The Gospel Music Round-Up is sold […]

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