Launched on April 1 this podcast is for faith-based artists, bands and worship leaders. We'll be discussing tips for artists and bands who need to take their music and touring to a new level, how to make sure they're following industry standards so they can compete in the larger landscape of the music industry. Worship leaders will especially like the episodes we devote to the origins of worship in the local church and how current culture is trying to redefine our worship experiences.
Welcome to another episode of the music creators. I'm your host Gary Stripling and I'm really excited about where we're going today. We're going to talk about a topic that is pertinent both to performance faith-based artists and bands as well as, to some degree, the worship leader you see in a church service.
So let's get started.
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