What would it mean if someone actually listened to your original worship song?

I mean, like really listened and gave both encouraging and critical feedback?

What if there were no strings attached to record labels or worship movements?

This what I have been doing for over 20 years. Helping the local church and their creatives find and shape a voice for their local community.

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1. RECORD YOUR SONG with a phone or any recording device. It doesn’t have to be fancy. Just a vocal and one other instrument. Save it to mp3.

2. TYPE the lyrics and chords of your song.

3. PAY for your song evaluation.

How Many Songs?

4. EMAIL ME your mp3 attached and the lyrics written out in the email or on a separate word doc or pdf.

5. Look for an email confirmation from me in 24 hours that I received your song and payment. From there it will be anywhere from 1-5 days for your evaluation to arrive to you.








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