Exposure to over 560,000 with CCM Digital Magazine!

February 17th, 2014 Comments off

***updated April 16, 2014: 12:15am***

Thanks for your interest in the exposure opportunity in CCM Digital Magazine! This is a great way for you to get your information in front of tons of new people, and is a very limited offer! CCM Magazine has asked me to let Christian indie artists, bands, worship leaders know about this incredible opportunity!

Here’s stats on CCM Digital Magazine:
* It is the industry leading magazine, exposing label artists and events for the past 35 years!
* It is sent to 1,000,000 subscribers!
* Digital PDF Delivery, which doesn’t get lost or eaten by the dog!
* These are fans of Christian music, industry people, churches, festivals, radio, and others!

Here’s How It Works
We purchase a full page in the magazine we call “The Indie Corner,” and split it into 6 slots for independent artists to promote their music and mission at a highly reduced rate.  Each of the 6 artists will have their picture, up to 50 word bio/description of their music and mission, and a link of their choosing to their website.

Check out the CCM Digital February 1, 2014 edition for our ad. Our ad is on Page 29.

Check out the CCM Digital March 1, 2014 edition for our ad. Our ad is on Page 35

You can also view our ads here:

Feb 1, 2014
March 1, 2014
April 1, 2014

Now this isn’t free (don’t we all wish:), but it is a great example of being independent…together! It lowers the cost and introduces new artists in a time when record labels are not bringing many new artists to the masses! Now is the time to shine the light on YOUR music and mission!

I’m sure you are wondering about the cost. Normally, for this kind of exposure, it would go for $995..But we’re making it much more affordable than that!!

The price is determined by which slot in the ad you want. The closer to the top of the ad, the higher the price.

Slot #1- $299
Slot #2- $279
Slot #3- $259
Slot #4- $239
Slot #5- $219
Slot #6- $199
May 1 Issue:

Slot #1- SOLD Gypsy Carns
Slot #2- ($279) - ==> CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
Slot #3- ($259) - ==> CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
Slot #4- ($239) - ==> CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE
Slot #5- SOLD- David Wood
Slot #6- SOLD- Yvonne Hartmann
The slots are first paid first in, so pick a slot that is best for you, and click the link, which will take you into our Indieheaven shopping cart, and remit payment. We’ll then get in touch with you right away to get your info for the ad.

If you have any questions, let me know, happy to help!
Oh, and to make this offer even better, I’ll throw in a FREE basic membership to my Indieheaven website (If you are already a member, I’ll come cut your grass or wash your car:)
Keith Mohr

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Learn Artist Management from a 30 year veteran Artist Manager!

February 14th, 2014 Comments off


Mike Smith, president of Michael Smith and Associates, has announced the launch and registration period for the 2014 edition of his Artist Management Training Course. Hosted by the 30-year music industry veteran, Artist Management Training Course is designed for those seeking a career as an artist manager, as well as for artists that want a better understanding of the industry and proven tools to move themselves forward.

In this unique on-demand video teaching program, Smith has captured everything he knows about artist management. Smith and Kyle Johnson (Artist Manager with Michael Smith and Associates) sit and talk with a number of successful music industry veterans to get their advice and expertise on a wide variety of topics. Among the many music professionals featured in the series are artist manager Jim Chaffee, John Mays (Centricity Music), Charles Dorris (Charles Dorris & Associates), Jan Smith (Behind the Voice Agency), Brian Mayes (Nashville Publicity Group), Brian Smith (Turning Point Media), Beth Hood-Fromm (OMG Publicity), performance coach Tom Jackson, social media expert Brody Harper (Skorinc) and many more.

“There has never been anything done like this before,” explains Smith, who has successfully helped shape the careers of numerous artists in the Christian and Country music industries, including Restless Heart, Jaci Velasquez, Salvador, Chonda Pierce, Yancy, Denver & the Mile High Orchestra, Go Fish, comedian Brad Stine and more. “We have put together a massive on-line video training course for the Christian Music and entertainment industry. Using state of the art teaching technology and interviews with some of the most influential people in the business, this course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of every aspect of artist development. This is for serious folks who want to learn how to succeed in the industry as Artist Managers. I believe that passing on my years of experience, and all of the secrets to my success, will provide a thorough education for those who feel called to this field.”

Part of the program also includes an opportunity for registrants to watch the process of a “real live” artist’s development and all of the steps necessary for their success in the entertainment business.

New for 2014, Michael Smith and Associates will also be hosting a conference on artist management in Franklin, Tennessee, on June 6th. More details will be announced soon.

Registration for the 2014 Artist Management Training Course is extremely limited. The enrollment period will close on April 1, 2014. For more information, visit HERE.

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August 2nd, 2013 Comments off

An FYI that we are excited about… We recently opened a new division on Indieheaven that has direct access to most if not ALL manufacturers of T-Shirts and other apparel, plus just about anything you can print a logo on. We can search a database of suppliers and drill down to the exact product you want, give you a quote, fill the order and drop ship right from the manufacturer! It’s super easy and super affordable!

We’re offering for a limited time a free 30 minute consult to learn more about you and offer council on your merchandise needs. We have found the majority of artists simply do not know their demographic or what items they would be interested in. This is where we can really help and put our 30+ years of experience to work for you! Not only can we order product, we’ll order the right product based on our time we personally spend with you!

Let me know if you are interested and we’ll schedule a time to speak with you!
Just go to this page and fill out the form!

You Can’t Always Get What You Want…

June 12th, 2013 Comments off

Over the past 16 years of interacting with independent Christian artists, I hear from many who lament that they ‘can not’ do what they want to do. Well, welcome to the real world, where most of us are not doing or getting what we want:) For some odd reason, it appears that Christians think that because they believe in Christ, that they should get everything they want, and that to them, Jesus is their magic genie inside a bottle ready to grant whatever 3 wishes they come up with. Ummm.. newsflash.. It doesn’t work that way. Sorry to be so harsh, but that’s me:)
For example, I had a very interesting convo with an artist who emailed me and many other “industry” people CC (never CC a group of people an email because they can all see who you emailed and it looks very unprofessional) their mp3 unsolicited (never do this btw, as it will do more harm than good for you) looking for a “show.” (hate the word “show”) We knew right away this artist was throwing his bait out into the deep abyss looking to land a big one.  So of course, I had to reply to point out the error of his ways and show him the light. (I know, it’s a bad habit I have:)
Here’s how it went… oh, and the good news is that we both learned a few things about one another in the process and what God wants for our lives.
Keith: It is not wise to send an mp3 file unless first requested. Many people check email on their phone and if they have a data plan, it could cause them to be charged for the data transfer. Just a word of advice to you.
Artist: You are off our list; indie bands never get help by the way :)
Keith: We help indie bands all time. What kind of help do you need? My note was to help you not irritate industry people, so I’ve already helped you.
Artist: Been doing the band thing for 12 years, played many large shows with many touring bands, it’s all about the money. Exposure for the band, get our stuff our there, get connections is all we need.
Keith: So, why do you pursue Christian music?
Artist: Its a tough market, you have to be just about in the top 40 to make any money in Christian, that’s why our friends from *** went country. **** is touring with *** right now, not sure what they got planned now with that going on. Anyhow I do Christian because I am a Christian, we do write a lot of relationship songs not really Christian now, I guess we are positive alternative rock. Not sure where this is going? If u can get us in some killer venues is what I’m currently pursuing.
Keith: So why are you emailing 82 people in the Christian music industry?
Artist: just trying to get us out there man take care
Keith: I get that. But to me, you appear to be confused as to the who, what, where, when, why and how concerning your band and the purpose. What criteria make for a “killer venue”? Hope you don’t mind me asking questions. I’m trying to figure out how to help you.
Artist: I appreciate the help, I’ve just been screwed over by so many indie folk in the so-called music biz, and in the long run they want a dollar from a sucker indie band. So I have my guard up, it was a generic email from my personal email contacts you where in my contacts from years ago I’m sure. The vocalist and me have been in this band for 6 years together he used to be the drummer. I’m the guitarist, we went thru many vocalists some awesome singers couldn’t find that good singer to stay or work out. So the former drummer took up the front man spot he is a killer front man he is a so so vocalist. We have awesome musicians in the group now, the band has went thru many changes over the years, but we still feel this is a calling to reach people for Jesus, at the same time we write stuff about everyday life. It has always been our dream to play, music for a living, always, my whole 33 years of life; I’m married with 2 kids and work in a factory that I hate. We all dislike our jobs we know we could really do something in this world if given a opportunity, I’m just tired of trying, book good shows have fun and make the most of it, is my attitude now.
Keith: Ahh, thanks for sharing that with me. Helps me to see where the issues are with your band.
Artist: I think this conversation is a waste of time. Take care
Keith: Really nice. I think I see why your band doesn’t have opportunities. What I have found is that when things are not happening the way we want them to happen, it could be for a variety of reasons, it’s not God’s will, or the timing is not right, to even having sin in your camp.
Artist: dude I never asked for advice, your giving it to me, I’m not 18 I’ve been doing music many years recorded many albums, came very close to several record deals, and shared the stage with many “A” level acts. I don’t know who you are and why you would remotely take interest in guiding us. I thought for a moment you wanted to somehow help. My advice to you know whom you are giving advice to and make sure they want it. No hard feelings, I will take in account after this not to send out random emails, and check your camp for sin, we have all fallen and none are perfect. 
Keith: So sorry for sharing my thoughts with you to help in any way, and taking my time to encourage you. Sounds like to me you are burnt out and a bit angry. I totally get where you are coming from. I’ve been there myself. 
You are looking for paying gigs to make enough money to go at this full time. You told me your band needed $250,000 per year to keep their current standard of living, right? Yet, you have an issue with people who work with Indies making money from their time. Do you see the inconsistency in this mindset? Industry people need money just like you do. Imagine working at your job for a possible percentage of income you may make, when its not 100% dependent upon you to deliver the goods. I’ve done artist management that way and spent tons of hours with indie bands getting them ready, for them to flake out on me and quit because they needed to drive 6 hours to a show. So I don’t do artist management anymore.
What I find in the indie scene is the majority of acts are nowhere near ready for the big stage. Or for that matter any stage.  But they all have a sincere desire to go out there as fast as possible and with little practice and do it. But they go at it not with the intention of serving people and ministering and getting better at their craft. They go at it with hopes someone from the industry will discover them and save them from Indie hell. Most cases, it doesn’t work that way. The payoff just isn’t there like it used to be.  They get focused on the industry behind the stage and neglect those in front of the stage. The people. They look at people like fishermen look at fish. Something to be caught and sold. Not good. It’s not about what you get.
Artist: I took offense to the sin in the camp thing, I’m sorry for that. Really really bad night at work. I was ticked off before I even read the email. I’ve been doing the band thing since 1999, toured up and down the east, lived in the van done all those things you talked about. Music is a business; I try to take a business approach to it now. Bands make’s money off of merch, I have a vision to take it much farther and give back to the homeless and the in need. It is next to impossible for an indie band to get on stages such as creation fest PA Atlanta Fest, Cornerstone, to ever get real exposure. Sure some places offer Indie competitions for a spot on a side stage, usually have to pay $100 of more to even enter these things. Nothing but a money racket. So if you can advise me on this would be awesome. I need help booking us, I’m out of contacts and resources, I really wish we had a booking agency that would work with our work schedule and help us get some decent gigs. For now I am working 2nd shift 3:00pm to 11:30pm so weekdays would not work, hope to be back on dayshift soon, we would be good for just about any Saturday and Sunday. Who should I contact that you may know? 
Keith: Sounds like you are pretty restricted when and where you can conduct concerts. Hard to go full time with those limitations. Here’s the deal about booking agencies. You probably know this… they seldom make cold outbound calls. They take hot incoming calls from churches and promoters who know about the act and who want to book them. The booking agent coordinates the acts schedule with the act manager and they route tours. The problem for your band is since you do not have hot incoming calls, a professional agent wont be able to book you, since most do not know about you guys. You are your best booking agent. Every member of your band should be sniffing out opportunities that are within a day drive from your base. How do you find opportunities? Easy… look at other band calendars. Most have their shows on their profiles along with contact info. 
I know you have been pursuing your music for years. And it may seem like you may not realize your dream. I think the Lord wants to know if you are OK if you don’t ever get on the big stage. If you don’t ever have thousands of eyeballs on your at shows, and millions of ears on the radio. The Lord simply wants to know are we OK with His portion for our life? Remember what He did to the Israelites after he freed them from slavery in Egypt and led them into the desert on the way to their promised land?? The people started complaining about the portion of manna he was providing them, and the Lord did not like that. They were not humble, they were not grateful. They were not OK with the portion.
So, the Lord turned their 40-day hike into a 40-year journey. They went around and around in that hot, dry desert. They finally made it. But their leader, Moses never did. Why? Because He did not obey the Lord.  Even after all Moses did for the Lord. Oh, that was another issue, you see, Moses and us as believers, we do not do anything FOR the Lord. The Lord doesn’t need us to do anything FOR Him. The Lord does His thing through us, and we become a part of His- Story. History. This life is not our story. We are a chapter of His Story.
Artist: Seems like you and Jesus have been hanging out lately.  Thanks for the encouragement. I feel like I have learned a few things.
Keith: Same here, God bless you!
<--- End of discussion --->
Such an interesting exchange, I can totally see this artist’s points and concerns. It’s not easy to be a full time Christian band. Not easy at all. I say you must be 100% ready, 100% willing, and most importantly 100% able to really make a go of it if you want to be a full time touring artist. Even though we may want to be full time, tour the country, and play “shows” it may not be the Lord’s portion for your life. There is nothing wrong with a “want” in your life, as long as it does not consume you. Unbridled wants give way to all sorts of sin, which as I stated above can stop you dead in your tracks.
I asked a few of my Facebook friends what came to mind concerning the first line of the chorus to that Stone’s song, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”
Brandon Bee wrote: Your dreams and God’s dream for your life are different. The trick is to pray that God will be in your dreams so that they are one in the same. Laying down your desires for God’s perfect desire.
Sam Bowen shared: Whoever said you were supposed to get what you want?
Diana Stimmler Winkler penned: Be careful what you wish for. Many times there is a steep price for what you “want”.
Chris Sandoval wrote: Sometimes I think the problem is we do get what we want, not necessarily what we need. And since sometimes what we want is self-serving, it leads a lot of the time to an unfruitful endeavor. The trick is recognizing this:-)
Mike Westendorf: Recognizing the difference between a need and a want is important though.
Michael Muilenberg summed it up with this provoking thought:  God promises eternal life in heaven to those who surrender to Christ, he does not guarantee happiness while living on earth.
To sum up this article:

…But if you try sometimes… well you just might find… you get what you need.
Psalm 23: The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.
Creatively His,
Keith Mohr

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Mohr Creative Group/Indieheaven at GMA Immerse 2013!

February 15th, 2013 Comments off

Mohr Creative Group/Indieheaven is excited to teach at the 2013 GMA IMMERSE conference, being held in Nashville, TN in late May! Mohr Creative Group’s Keith Mohr, and Sue Ross-Mohr will share their popular teaching, “Discovering Your Inner Vizion.” Also, during the event, Keith and Sue will hold a special meeting for Indieheaven members where they will answer questions, and share even more information on indie success!

And best yet, our friends at the GMA have graciously offered Indieheaven members a 20% discount to IMMERSE! Not a member of Indieheaven yet? Click HERE to learn more and join today!

Check out the poster below and call the GMA with questions about the event and to register. Hope to see you at the GMA Immerse Conference!

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2013 Tuneup!

December 30th, 2012 Comments off

2013 is here! What are you doing to impact more people with your music and mission?

I’m sure you have heard the saying, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing, but expecting different results.” Now is the time to ask yourself the tough questions concerning your music, your mission, your overall content, and who you are!

We’ve worked with literally thousands of independent Christian artists, bands, worship leaders, songwriters and other creatives for the past 20 years, helping them define and refine the who, what, when, where, why, and how of their music missions! Most of those we consult with are so close to what they are doing they find it difficult to self evaluate. They continue on the same trajectory, while hoping things break loose for them somehow, somewhere. Not a very proactive plan.

So, to kick on 2013, we’re offering a special program called “The 2013 Tuneup!” Just like a car needs its oil changed, and diagnostics to discover and correct problems, you need it too in your music mission! But “doing it yourself” can “do yourself in!”

 Keith Mohr and Sue Ross-Mohr know how to go from 0 to 60 in your music mission and are available to service your indie artist engine! Here’s our special offer just for you!

Sue specializes in helping you discover who you are. Sue calls it, finding your “Inner Vizion”. Once you define your IV, you can then refine your content and set in place a plan to take you from Point A to Point B. Sue turns red lights green! You’ll receive a 1 hour consultation with Sue via phone/Skype where you’ll describe your music mission and your vision, and Sue will provide her thoughts on how to supercharge your music mission!

Keith specializes in music and overall content. Keith is the founder/president of Indieheaven.com and has produced countless albums and songs since 1997, having owned and operated a commercial recording studio. Keith continues to serve artists and songwriters with his Water to Wine Productions based in Franklin, TN. Keith will listen to your music and provide you an overall evaluation of your songwriting, musicianship, and production. A 1 hour phone consult with Keith where he will share his thoughts with you and answer your questions is also included.

Pick either Sue or Keith, or both!!

The regular price for this service is $129 each, but for a limited time only, we’re discounting it to just $99 each!

To schedule your 2013 Tuneup, contact Keith ASAP at: info@indieheaven.com, or text him at 615-594-0426. Make sure to let him know your name!

(We’re limiting this offer to the first 10 people who contact us, arrange for their session, and remit the fee so do not delay!!!)

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Selling Your Music on Indieheaven- Advantages

December 7th, 2012 Comments off

Advantages to selling your music on Indieheaven are:

1- You get all 100% of your sales income!
For our Sold-Out Arenas and Touring Pro tier members…
Sell a song for 99 cents, and get all 99 cents! Sell a digital album for $9.99 and get all $9.99. We eat the transaction fee! (that’s the fee the credit card companies charge for an online transaction.. its about 30 cents per item, plus 3%!)

Here’s how it works!
As a Touring Pro member, We first apply sales income to your membership support, which as a Touring Pro tier member, is $19.95 per 30 day period from the day you signed up. So, if you have more than $19.95 in sales during your first 30 day period, your card is not charged for membership! If you sell more than $19.95, but less than $44.95 in a 30 day billing cycle, we roll over the balance to the next month, which will also decrease the out of pocket membership support. If you have a good sales period, and you have more than $25 in sales in your account (over $44.95 in sales), we send you money via PayPal! Make sure we have your PayPal account email so we can send your funds to you!

If you are a Weekend Warrior tier member, there is no monthly support fee, and we split sales income 50/50 with you. We’ll send your sales income to you when it hits $25

If you are a Sold-Out Arenas tier member, you prepaid your membership for a year you get all 100% and we send your funds to you when you hit $25! You also get lots of other perks!!!

Learn about Indieheaven membership tiers HERE.

2- You can run special deals at any time!
Just like Walmart, you can lower your price for your music at any time, let your friends, fans and followers know about your special offer, which will spur more sales! It doesn’t have to be much.. maybe from 99 cents to 75 cents.. then.. after the sale ends, you can raise the price back up.. You cannot do this on i-tunes or anywhere else! We can even do a special code for you to give a % discount.. let your people know to enter the code at checkout, and they get the deal!

3- You know who your customer is!
The bummer about i-tunes and the other digital stores is they do not tell you who purchased your music. A buying customer is a hot lead, that can lead to other things like a concert, or a funder for your music mission or who knows what. It all starts with the purchase! We provide you your customer name, city/state/zip, and email address! This way, you can reach out to them to say thanks, and do some suggestive selling.. ask them if they would like to sponsor a concert with you, or ask them for leads in their area for concerts. Don’t stop at the sale! Turn a single sale into much more by cultivating a relationship with your customer! A simple email thank you to your customer may turn into a life long fan, concert sponsor, donor, or more! Capitalize on these relationships!

4- Music Player/Sales Widget
Also, our new Music Sales widget is NOW AVAILABLE! You can copy and paste the widget code found in your artist admin, in the MY PROFILE section, click on MY WIDGETS. Copy and paste the code to your personal website, and other profiles you may have on the www. The more places you get this widget out on, the more possibility of selling your music! People will be able to listen and BUY your songs right from the widget! And.. your friends and fans can also copy the widget code right from the widget and paste it on their social network profiles to help you spread your excellent music! See how our Widget looks on a member personal site: HERE

5- Top Songs Chart
We Also have on Indieheaven our TOP SONGS CHART, where people can listen to and BUY songs from many members. It’s a fantastic way to get your music in front of people who may have never heard of you before! Chart position is determined by the number of song plays on your Indieheaven profile. The more listens, the better chance of getting on these popular charts!

So, you can see why selling music on Indieheaven makes good sense. Right?

The Key to selling your music:
The biggest mistake indie artists make is producing their music, but not promoting it. Most think God will do that for them, but folks.. God is not in the music business. And if you are selling or receiving money for services, you are a business. Treat it like a business and God will be there to help you. To sit and wait for something to happens, means you are a waiter. Miracles happen by works and faith.. not just faith!

It’s your job as the CEO of your record label to make sure your friends, fans and followers know your music is available! What we have found is that members who sell the most music on Indieheaven tell their friends, fans, and followers to come to Indieheaven to buy their music. So, let them know you are here and watch sales start happening! We’ll also do our part to drive people into Indieheaven to learn about our members. Together, we can do it, with God’s help!

I can help promote your music and increase your exposure!
Here’s How: (Pick any or all promo opportunities!)
1- Email blast press release to our lists, including radio stations, venues, industry, and over 60,000 fans of new Christian music!- $150
2- A week as our main featured artist on the front page of Indieheaven, and an interview on our New Indie Tuesday — $100
3- Posting about you on our social networks, reaching over 5,000 fans and followers of Indieheaven. When we promote, people respond!- Included w/ any promo service!

Let me know if interested and we’ll get to work, together!

If you are NOT a member or Indieheaven yet, learn about joining and being a part of the new music indie-stry HERE.

If you ARE a member of Indieheaven and are not offering your music for sale.. let’s get going with that so we can send YOU money!

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Featured Artist: TouchPoint

August 30th, 2012 No comments

Each week we, at INDIEHEAVEN, want to share a little about one of the hundreds of unique artists at INDIEHEAVEN. Getting to know each other better is vital in being Independent Together.

Did you know, TOUCHPOINT, is now a Rescue Mission “reg”! The band has entertained twice during dinner for the guests of the Mission and once for a 2nd Helpings Gallery Artists Reception.

During dinner, they are scheduled to play 3 sets and stop by 7:15pm, but that is not what is happening. They are so popular, the guests continue to ask for “just one more song” and the band plays until the last guest leaves to go to Chapel.

With the backdrop of a 10’ trampoline painted as a smiley face, TouchPoint sings and smiles and praises God through their musical talents. The Rescue Mission is thankful and grateful to TouchPoint for reaching out in song and prayer to our guests.  

I love the fact that as musicianaries, this band is walking the talk outloud!  

Take a moment to view their page on Indieheaven Click Here! and give them a ‘thumbs up’ note of support!

Creatively His, Sue:)

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Featured Artist: Kathryn Brunner

August 20th, 2012 No comments

Each week we, at INDIEHEAVEN, want to share a little about one of the hundreds of unique artists at INDIEHEAVEN. Getting to know each other better is vital in being Independent Together.

Did you know, KATHRYN BRUNNER, INDIEHEAVEN ARTIST stepped onto the Christian music scene last summer when she was selected as a finalist at the Inspire Worship Conference in Nashville, TN for her song, “Better Than Life.” She subsequently released two Contemporary Christian pop songs with Nashville producer David Browning, and released her new EP, “Made For Me,” in June 2011.

Kathryn grew up across the United States as the daughter of a military officer, her father being one of her greatest musical inspirations. She has been leading corporate worship since she was 15. She currently leads worship weekly for a vibrant young adult community at a church in the DC Metro area. Kathryn and her husband live in Fairfax, VA.

In her own words: ” In a world that is shakable, I stand on an unshakeable foundation in Christ and I want to tell that story by the way I live and the songs I write. ” Take a moment and stop by this INDIEHEAVEN artists page.

We, at INDIEHEAVEN, applause your stand, Kathryn!

Take a moment to listen to this artists repertoire of music at: Kathryn’s Indieheaven Profile

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Featured Artist: Harry Offutt

May 21st, 2012 1 comment

“Each week we, at INDIEHEAVEN, want to share a little about one of the hundreds of unique artists at INDIEHEAVEN. Getting to know each other better is vital in being Independent Together.

Did you know, HARRY OFFUT, INDIEHEAVEN ARTIST, has taken the gift of teaching/mentor (which many of you know that he has utilized for Indieheaven Members for years:0) and takes time to let children know about the ‘music biz’. He recently met with a group of kids to reiterate the areas available to them in music careers and song writing. He humbly reiterated his personal journey and made it interactive, along with performing songs that wove into the encounter. This artist is a true teacher! Teaching others to teach other to teach others!

Take a moment to listen to this artists repertoire of music at: Harry’s Indieheaven Profile

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