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Recent Work: Tauren Wells Bio

This guy had his first tour stop tonight on the Tempo Tour. I was so pumped to write the bio for his new album several weeks ago. Tauren is the former frontman for the Grammy- and Dove-nominated group, Royal Tailor. This time, he’s going solo. “I have more awareness of who I am, what I want to say and where I want to go,” He says. “I can’t say that I had that at 22.” He’s headed out with KB and Blanca then with Natalie Grant and Danny Gokey this fall. Big things are in store! Read the bio here …

Recent Work: Leagues Article for

I was so happy to write about the new Leagues’ album, Alone Together, for The article published today — and the album released today! Here’s a snippet: Leagues frontman Thad Cockrell told Jeremy Lutito (drummer/programmer), “‘Man, I don’t think this record’s right. I’m not having any fun.’ I know what Leagues is, part of what we are trying to do is to go around the world and put off joy explosions. If you’re not having fun in the making of something, there’s no way in hell people are going to have fun when they listen to it.” Click here to read more.

Recent Work: Steven Curtis Chapman’s Worship and Believe Bio

This project was definitely one of the highlights of my career. I was invited to write the press bio (and Song by Song Synopsis) for Steven Curtis Chapman’s first worship project, Worship and Believe. This icon of Christian music has sold more than 11 million albums over his 30-year career, and yet this album is his first foray into corporate worship music for the church. I spent a good part of the day at the Chapman’s home, hearing his story and gathering the details. Part of the challenge with this project was to not only capture the newsworthiness of the project but to do it in a way that delicately handled the backstory. As most know, Chapman’s daughter was killed in an accident at the Chapman’s home, and that loss will forever influence his work as an artist and minister. Through that tragedy, hope emerged, and is captured on this album, which…