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Dear Lady Wanda, My son recently got a new job and is moving out. I am pleased to know that he is moving forward with his life. We have always talked to him about good credit and overall survival, as well as made sure he had a balanced life which included God. But in his teens, he thought that we were strict because his friends’ parents had few rules and he still mentions this although today he is in his early 20s. Now that he has his apartment, his attitude is arrogant and disrespectful. He seems to still resent how he was raised. Part of me wants to say good-riddance because he is so ungrateful at times. How do I deal with this because he is still my son and I still want to be a light?

needs a cell in case of emergencies. We put Mom with Mixed emotions security features on the Union County, New Jersey computer in order to monitor her, but now most RESPONSE: of her activity is through her cell. Help! Dear Mom, Sincerely, Your son may still have some resentment in how he Nothing to Cell-abrate was raised, but you be Franklin, New Jersey satisfied with doing your best as a parent. Now, it is RESPONSE: time to let him make his own decisions. Remember Dear Nothing to Cellthat life has a way of abrate, bringing a reality check. When he sees the financial First, you can speak with obligations firsthand, your carrier to see if you faces social can delete any features on disappointments and other her phone that distract her. challenges of life, he will Or, if you decide to keep more than likely come these features, you can put back to thank you for all together a schedule and that you have done. Yes, then search the Internet express how you feel about and find the tools available being disrespected, but to monitor text messages then continue to love and and calls. The summary pray for him. He will need it log from these tools provide on this new journey! the time and length of calls, as well as other details to Lady Wanda monitor all activities. In addition to safety, “sexting” QUESTION #2 (sending nude photos), is also a growing problem Dear Lady Wanda, among teens with sometimes legal My teenage daughter has implications. Remember, been spending too much you are the parent and time on her cell phone should take every talking or texting instead of precaution necessary to focusing on homework after protect your child’s wellschool. Both my husband being. and I work and are not home to monitor her. She Lady Wanda

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You’ usic b usiness ou’rre in the m music business usiness,, so act things. You probably can’t count on me to put lik eab usiness per son like business person the money you may give me in a safe place. Being on top of things sends the opposite Like it or not, if you are interested in how to message: I am grateful for your time and treat make money with music, you are officially in you with the respect you treat me. I am a good the music business. Now, the “music” part of investment. the phrase “music business” is not a free pass for showing up late, writing emails with Be on time: People want to count on you. incomplete sentences, smelling grungy for a Every minute you are late (and don’t meeting, and having disorganized finances. communicate it as soon as you know you will The “business” part of that phrase is the part be late) has a negative impact on the person we indie musicians often overlook. You’ve got waiting for you, whether they admit it to your the music bit covered. face or not. The message you send: My time So here’s the cold, hard truth: you are in a business now, so play the part. As a musician, I see more responses (which lead to more results) when my communications are clear and professional. I tend to be [annoyingly] persistent, so I want to make sure my messages are not annoying to read or decode. When I’m on the other end of those messages, I have an easier time reading a longer email that is well-written than reading a short-hand email, trying to figure out if the writer meant “there” or “they’re.” If I had a penny for every email I get from an indie artist inquiring about career coaching that doesn’t have a greeting, punctuation, or decent grammar, I’d be on a plane to Tahiti right now. I stare at my computer screen, about to book a mentoring session when really, I want to scream, “Have you heard of spell check… or periods?” But alas, my coaching sessions are not focused on proper grammar. They are, however, focused on getting results in your chosen career. And if that choice has led you to the music business, then there are certain things that will give you a leg up and impress those who are looking to purchase, invest in, or promote your music. How you present yourself sends very specific messages.

is more important than yours. I’m difficult, and a diva. Being on time sends this message: I am grateful for your time and this interaction is important to me. You can count on me. Craft your emails, don’t spit them out: This also goes for phone calls, texts, any type of communication. Show that you care about your interactions by using greetings, signatures, punctuation, generally correct grammar, capitalization at the beginnings of all sentences, and spell check. It can still be informal and have your voice, it just won’t be messy. Anything other than a perfect email says the following: I’m lazy, in a rush, impatient, and you need to work around me. Instead, you could send this message: I am educated, patient, and careful with my interactions. I respect you and what you are doing for my career. You can count on me. Keep your receipts organized, finances clean: Do yourself and your accountant a favor and keep a folder of your receipts and important papers. I have one from Staples with 10 folders in it- I keep personal and music-biz related receipts separate so I can write off those items come tax time. I have a separate bank account for my music income,

and a separate credit card. Many people won’t Don’t flake out: Read emails in their entirety. I had a coaching client send a payment to a notice how you pay for your dinner, but the completely wrong address because he didn’t message to yourself is loud and clear: I am a read the whole email with the directions. The professional. I am organized, business-like, message this sends: I’m unfocused and and I have my act together. That’s how I roll. flighty. You can’t count on me for important PO. 982, Tuskegee Institute, AL 36087 Ph. 334-421-0843

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EmpoweringE n r i c h i n g E n e r g i z i n g E l e v a t i n g Electrifying


Changing Anointing Sonya McGuire is a preachers’ daughter who learned to sing, act, and appreciate music at a very early age. With music playing such a dominant role in the home, Sonya had no choice than to follow the unofficial “family business.”Initially, Sonya chose drums to express her musical creativity and talent. Later she developed a love for singing and directing, quickly becoming the obvious choice for musical director at her father’s church. If describing Sonya McGuire in one word it would be anointed. She is truly a multi-gifted individual. She is a gospel singer, recording artist, songwriter, musician, and Radio Personality for Freedem Sonya truly has ministry at the heart of all she does. Sonya’s unique ministry and style of praise & worship, has electrified audiences, offering them an original praise and worship experience. With vocal ability that is comparable to none and marveled by many, Sonya incorporates thought provoking lyrics with unmistakable jazz overtones into her music. Her organic songwriting abilities blend soul, traditional gospel, jazz, funk, and praise & worship. Her gift has made room for her to share the stage with artists such as Mariah Carey, Kirk Franklin, Tye Tribett, Donnie McClurkin, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Fred Hammond, Kim Burrell, Marvin Sapp, Natalie Wilson and S.O.P., Israel Houghton, Karen Clark –Sheard, Rizen, Youthful Praise, Mary Mary, , and the Georgia Mass Choir. Her most recent collaboration with Corey “Coco Brother” Condrey’s Stand Project introduced her most popular single Should’ve Thought About It to audiences across all 50 states.

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and transcends racial, cultural, and even language barriers. In 2005, Sonya’s music ministry spread internationally as she was commissioned to deliver several concerts during a twenty-one day European tour. The presence of God was so prevalent during her performances that they became much more than just a concert, they evolved into worship & praise experiences. She’s also ministered in 18 cities in Asia, from Japan to Malaysia. As a result, Sonya has toured annually & has released a European Christmas DVD of her ministry overseas. Sonya shares her gift, conducting choir workshops, conferences, and music seminars throughout the United States. Sonya has received numerous awards and nominations including Best New Female Artist at the 2008 YGEA Awards, Best New Artist at the 2008 Gospel Choice Awards and 2009 Stellar Awards, Best Female Singer for the 2010 and 2011 Gospel Choice Awards. With all her accomplishments, she is yet a faithful servant in her community. Sonya’s the founder of three nonprofit organizations: Sister, Soul & Psalms, an organization that empowers women of the arts; Psalms of Thanks, which serves as a vehicle that provides food, and clothes to those individuals that are less fortunate and The Think Project, an adolescent and teen empowerment movement. Sonya has experienced monumental success of her chart topping first project “My Journey”, and is currently working on her sophomore album “The Next Chapter” to be released in Spring of 2013. Why wait? Experience Sonya McGuire NOW!

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4 Steps to Convert Goals into opportunities and results will start showing up JUST because you got clear about what you Results are up to (and declared it to the universe)!

1) Define your purpose, aka your “Statement.” Your “Statement” is the one sentence that will let anyone know your overall purpose both in life and the music biz. This purpose will inspire you in all of your pursuits. You can call it your ultimate goal, but it’s bigger and more useful than that, and it’s something that you can be today, not something that you are waiting to obtain. My Statement is: “I am out to make a living and inspire the world through creating music and sharing my process.” Everything I do is in line with my Statement. This article is in line with it. Performing live, recording a new record, and composing music for a beautiful documentary or a funny video is in line with this Statement. On the other hand, when I received an offer a few months ago to compose music for a violent video game for very little money, I turned it down. It was not in agreement with my Statement. As forks in my road appear, revisiting my Statement helps me take the right path. To figure out your Statement, look at your goals and see what the common denominators are. Ask yourself why you have those goals. What’s the goal behind the goal? Is your goal to make money? Why? So you can travel? So you can express yourself with music more easily? The actions you take will vary greatly depending on the true goal you’re working towards. Once you’ve looked at your goals, write one sentence that answers the question “What are you all about?” Write three different options. Tweak them so they become one clear sentence. If it inspires you and is something you can tell anyone and they’ll understand you immediately, then you’ve got your “Statement.”

2) Assess what you’ve got going on, and what you’d like to have going on. List any and all goals that you have for yourself, your life, and your music career. Then list any resources you already have (people, accomplishments, tangible things, and skills). Now list what’s missing. You may even want to enlist the opinions of family, friends or fans to help fill in any gaps you may not be clued in to. (In my e-course, this is the part where you’d be asked to fill in the “Blind Spot Survey.”) You’d be surprised what you have going for you already! Believe it or not, the next step is to let go of all these goals and remain unattached to them. This means that while you would be super psyched to win a Grammy for “Best New Artist,” you understand that achieving this goal will not define you, and your career can be fulfilling even if you do not achieve this goal. The ultimate goal is to be living the way you want to live, indefinitely, not just until a goal is reached. 3) Figure out your main strength, aka your “Entrée.” Do you have a day job? Are you trying to make money by performing live, by licensing your songs, or by selling merchandise such as CDs and t-shirts? Do you have other sources of income? Do you have other passions? If you were a restaurant menu, all of these ways of making money would be the different “courses.” As an indie artist, spreading yourself too thin will not get the results you want (and you’ll probably resemble a chicken with its head cut off). Thus, it’s time to figure out your Entrée, the main focus of your career. While you may love to work and even thrive in other areas of the music industry, you should focus your skills, energy, and next actions on your Entrée. Continue on page 20 I realized that I had four courses on my menu:

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Announcing the 17th Anniversary of Thelma Bass & the Faithfulaires of Durham, NC. Program is Sunday, October 28, 2012 at Antioch Baptist Church, 1415 Holloway Street, Durham, NC. Time: 5pm sharp.

“An Evening of Gospel Singing” recognizing a 10 year Breast Cancer Survivor. Guests are Darrell McFadden and the Disciples of NY, New Creation of Hillsborough, NC; The Heavenly Angels of Va Beach, VA; God’s Boyz of Chesapeake, VA; Psalms 100 of Fayetteville, NC; and The McShaw Singers of Oxford, NC. MC: Evangelist Reba Wilson.

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Performing live, licensing my recorded music, film/commercial composing, and speaking/ teaching. Until I was able to define my Entrée, I was stuck on where to move forward. So I didn’t move at all. I uncovered that, for me, if I expanded in the licensing area, the other three areas would also, automatically, expand. This, indeed, was my Entrée! [Insert loud cheer, sigh of relief, weight rolling off shoulders, etc.] What was next for me was to finish my third record so I could license it. The result of figuring out my Entrée gave me clarity, focus, and motivation. To figure out your Entrée, list all the things you do and skills you have (make records, perform live, co-write with others, etc.) and then ask yourself this: Which one thing that you do, if it took off, would help all the others succeed and expand? This is your Entrée. Now look at those other items. You know, the ones that didn’t make the Entrée cut. Those gigs, projects, ideas, processes – if in line with your Statement – are still important for your career and who you are. They are just not the main focus at this point. They remain on your menu. Keep this list handy so that when you get stopped or challenged while working on your Entrée, you can remind yourself there are other areas in your career where you can take action. 4) Take action! And put your plan into reality (aka a calendar). Write down the results you’d like to see in one year, 6 months, 3 months and 1 month regarding your Entree. (For example, in 1 year, you will have sold 1,000 CDs at live shows, in 6 months, 500 CDs, etc.). In a calendar, write down actions you can take to have these results happen. And then DO THEM like your life depends on it!

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reassessing every once in a while to make sure you are still inspired by what you are doing, and that you are committed to a career you love, no matter what the results. And lastly, a little note on being overwhelmed: “Overwhelm” is due to two things: working alone and being stagnant. The cures for overwhelm are to ASK FOR HELP and to GET INTO ACTION.

Wait! Don’t post that music video on YouTube without a sync license! Musicians getting in trouble with the law – well, that’s nothing new. What’s a good music resume without a couple of arrest reports to fill out the career dips? But what about that YouTube “take down” notice you just received for the video you posted of your band covering “Freebird?” You got a mechanical license to release the song on your CD (right?), and the video turned out awesome, so you owe it to the world to post it online. But did you get a sync license for your online videos of cover songs? “When you attempt to ‘synch’ a sound recording of a song with any audio/visual element, you also need to obtain a synchronization license (or sync license). This is a separate, negotiable license that allows you to use a particular piece of music in synch with other visual elements, such as in your music video.”

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Laugh of the day.......... A Trip To The Doctor’s Office An 85 year-old man went to his doctor’s office to get a sperm count. The doctor gave the man a jar and said, “Take this jar home and bring back a semen sample tomorrow.”

The next day the 85- year-old man reappeared at the doctor’s office and gave him the jar, which was clean and empty as on the previous day. The doctor asked what happened and the man explained: “Well doc, it’s like, First I tried with my right hand, but nothing. Then I tried with my left hand, but still nothing.

Then I asked my wife for help. She tried with her right hand, then her left, still nothing. She tried with her mouth, first with the teeth in, then with her teeth out, and still nothing. We even called up Arleen, the lady next door and she tried too, first with both hands, then and armpit and she even tried squeezin’ it between her knees, but still nothing. The doctor was shocked! “You asked your neighbor?” The old man replied, “Yep. And no matter what we tried, we still couldn’t get the jar open.” HaHa- What were you thinking? hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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is no hope in sight, and to share the Good news of Jesus Christ. The ministry is about encouraging, uplifting and the out pouring of love to all. We are a ministry who are on a mission to win souls for Christ.

Evangelist Angela Hannah was born and raised in Bear Creek, NC and presently resides in Durham, NC. Evangelist Angela Hannah accepted Christ into her life at a very early age. She was called into the ministry in 2002, she was licensed and ordained in March 2003, under the Leadership of Bishop OT McCray, where she served as an Elder at New Covenant Church which had two locationsKings Mountain, NC and Durham, NC. Evangelist Hannah was licensed as an Evangelist in Oct. 2007. In 2008, Evangelist Hannah founded and established Angela Hannah Ministries. This ministry is about reaching out to the people in the streets, at their home or wherever God sends me. The ministry is about the healing of the broken-hearted, to bring comfort for those who feel there

Evangelist Hannah has been spreading the gospel in several churches and community centers in North Carolina. The scripture that Evangelist Hannah lives by is Isaiah 61:1-3(AMP)-The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed and qualified me to preach the Gospel of good tidings to the meek, the poor, and afflicted; He has sent me to bind up and heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the [physical and spiritual] captives and the opening of the prison and of the eyes to those who are bound, 2 To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord [the year of His favor] [a]and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, 3 To grant [consolation and joy] to those who mourn in Zionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to give them an ornament (a garland or diadem) of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, the garment [expressive] of praise instead of a heavy, burdened, and failing spiritâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; that they may be called oaks of righteousness [lofty, strong, and magnificent, distinguished for

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uprightness, justice, and right standing with God], the planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified. Evangelist Hannah has a passion for the hurting people and people who have been cast aside who no one wants to minister too, she has a passion for women of all ages, race, origin and background, those who are working in ministry, who have been hurt and misused.

intimate and strong relationship with Jesus Christ. This ministry is based on love and respect for everyone, wherever you are in your walk with Christ or if you have not given your life to Christ yet, here is where you will find help in making that step to give your life to Christ and start living your life for Christ!

The church ministry that has been birthed is Before The Throne International Ministries. This ministry is based on the foundation of faith and prayer, bringing all your hurts, pains, situations you can’t handle by yourself, your worries, burdens, health issues, all of it needs to go before the throne of God! Prayer and Faith is the key to building a personal,


Evangelist Hannah has a heart for God’s people. She embraces God’s Evangelist Hannah is an encourager people the way God embraces and she speaks life into your life and her...with LOVE. is a counselor to many women and Evangelist Hannah’s spiritual men. covering is Apostle Darryl Jerome God has given Evangelist Hannah a Watson, Presiding Prelate of Greater vision for a global ministry, to travel Destiny Assemblies International around the world to be a light to all, Fellowship, McDonough, GA. to be an example of how God can turn your life around when you trust Him, For more information contact: no matter what stage you are in your Evangelist Angela Hannah life that God is always there and if you surrender unto Him, He can and will At change your life!

Thank you and may God continue to bless you and your families


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New single release”Wade In The Water” Available Everywhere!

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THEOPATRA aka Theola Bright Purchase Your copy Today! “Wade In The Water” was arranged by Brian Cosby. of Atlanta, Ga. It was recorded by Nyabingi Djehutti at Black Salmon Studio in Mobile, AL. But-A-Fly Records, an independent ASCAP lable, take great pleasure in announcing the release of “Wade In The Water,” A gospel/raggae single taken from the upcoming CD, “A Thought Was Heard”.

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KING DAVID’S HARP “I’m Gonna Serve The Lord” Gospel music lovers everywhere were first introduced to King David’s Harp through their debut release in 2001. Now King David’s Harp has released the new single “I’m Gonna Serve The Lord.” King David’s Harp has a unique, smooth, tranquil vocal style that is sure to usher in the Holy Spirit with true sincerity. Your heart will be opened by a message of music that lifts the Name of Jesus higher, when you hear King David’s Harp sing songs of love, worship and praise.

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GOSPEL NEWS RECORDS Presents Nichole Young’s New CD Entitled “I Found


As you are probably aware, a few months ago Gospel News Records was honored to sign Gospel music vocalist extraordinaire Nichole Young.

Since that time, our whole company has been buzzing with excitement regarding her brand new release, “I Found Him”, an inspiring musical diary of landmark songs that shaped her music ministry.

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WILLIE LAWRENCE & THE SPIRITUAL 5 National Gospel Recording Artists Eufaula, Alabama

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GOSPEL NEWS RECORDS Gospel Recording Artist Rebecca Carter-Butler New CD

JESUS IS KNOCKING Since birth, Rebecca spent years performing music in churches until her undeniable talent made her one of Dothan’s hottest gospel recording artists. The first single from this project, “God All ByHimself”is already climbing the charts. This entertaining and intimate collection is perfect for fans that have experienced Rebecca in concerts and on radio broadcasts.

Psalm 25:4 Show me Your ways, O Lord; Teach me Your paths.

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Lead me in Your truth and teach me. For You are the God of my salvation;

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PO. 982, Tuskegee Institute, AL 36087 Ph. 334-421-0843 September/October 2012 page 28 return) just to “be on a record label.” How do you achieve success as an indie artist? Enjoy baking and sell My response was quite simply, your bread. “Everything you are offering, we “Major labels didn’t start showing up, already do on our own. We don’t need really, until they smelled money, and you, especially not at the cost of our that’s all they’re ever going to be music rights.” And I believe this attracted to is money – that’s the response is true for most DIY acts business they’re in – making money. these days. There are simply too My idea was: Enjoy baking, sell your many tools at our disposal – digital bread, people like it, sell more. Keep and otherwise – to even rationalize the bakery going because you’re signing most label deals, especially making good food and people are the dreaded 360 deal. happy.” So yes, independent artists ARE more Like most of you reading this, I too empowered today than ever before, have a Gospel Group. Our story in but at what cost? In this world, and many ways is similar to that of all surely in the business and art of hardworking indie artists. We’ve music, there are followers and there made a bunch of records over the are leaders, and when it comes to years, toured a ton through the U.S. making a career out of music these and Europe, and achieved some days, being a leader has become a great accomplishments along the matter of survival. The tech boom, way. Have we received record label along with the slow strangulation/ offers? Yes, a couple. Did we take metamorphosis of many record labels them? No. I wouldn’t wish those into black holes for intellectual property, has left independent artists contracts on my worst enemy. with a plethora of tools to produce, The funny thing was, and this literally promote, and release better products happened last year, when I told one on their own, while simultaneously of the label reps we weren’t releasing them into a mire of audience interested, he actually attempted to and market over-saturation. justify the proposed acquisition of our music rights with, “But you’ll be on a The consumer is simply bombarded record label.” What? In an industry on all sides with the latest and that is evolving and tilting more greatest music discovery services/ towards the strength of the indie devices, direct to fan marketing ploys, artists everyday, it blows my mind to etc. Why? Because everyone and his think that record companies are still brother is using these tactics, and holding on to that outdated and they’re doing it inefficiently and entitled attitude. They actually flooding the marketplace. As a result EXPECTED us to give away of this inefficiency, both creator and everything (for basically nothing in ” consumer are exhausted and over-i

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-stimulated. I believe websites for music discovery, direct to fan marketing, fund raising and the like, including all of the major social networking sites, can be extremely valuable if used correctly, but they can also devalue you as a commodity very quickly when used incorrectly or too often. It’s a thin line to walk and you’ve got to find the right balance for your specific audience base. And here are some other pitches you may have heard in your travels… Use our service and get new fans! Be “discovered” by a record label! Enter our battle of the bands to win big and become famous (it only costs $100 to apply)! Sound familiar? Of course it does. Bottom line: It comes down to numbers, and in these types of scenarios, the artist is put into a position that only devalues his relationship with fans. The truth: The best way to do all of these things is to get out there and play your music for the people as often as possible. There is nothing more important than the one on one (in person) connection that occurs between artist/performer and listener – especially when it comes to making and retaining new fans. Going the extra mile in these situations makes a huge difference. For instance, when you’ve got the time, try sending a personal email to a fan as opposed to including him/her

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on a mass mailer, email that fan a free preview of a new song, or simply give him/her a complimentary tee shirt to thank them for helping promote your upcoming gig to their friends. Gestures like these keep consumers coming back and build brand (or in this case band) loyalty. After all, if you truly value your fans and treat them like more than money pits for merch sales and mere numbers towards the door count of your next show, they will value you, your artistic vision, and most importantly, your music, MORE. So what does it mean to actually “make it” in the modern music industry? I would argue that “making it” today means being able to survive off of your music – and this can come in many forms. Perhaps you make most of your income touring, or through merch sales, licensing, working at your local coffee shop, it doesn’t matter. What matters is that you are able to pursue your art, release what you want to release, write the songs you want to write, play where and when you want to play, and control the rights and ownership to everything you’ve created. If you can make this happen and maintain it, count yourself among the smart and lucky. And this brings us back to the second, and more important, half of Ian MacKaye’s quote: “Enjoy baking, sell your bread, people like it, sell more. Keep the bakery going because you’re making good food and people are happy.” Think about that. He is describing the most basic approach to entrepreneurship. No

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Continue from How do you achieve success P29 No frill, no guarantee of fame and wealth, but if you work hard and intelligently apply your skills, you can “succeed.” After all, the strongest and most reliable asset to your career is you, plain and simple. You are your own biggest fan and wealthiest investor (not necessarily financially speaking), and the greatest thing about living in this era of industry uncertainty is that we now have options as both creator and consumer – and those options are being defined largely by independent musicians like us who are dictating our own business model, thinking outside of the box, and discovering our own path to success. And a lot of times that “success” is not even measured in dollars. You don’t need a record label to release a quality album or song, you don’t need an agent to get your music licensed, and you most certainly don’t need a booking agent to play more shows and go on tour. Does having those things help if the situation is right? Absolutely, it definitely can, but the chances of landing a “fair” deal any more or being “discovered” are virtually non-existent, unless of course you’re willing to give away everything for no guarantee of anything in return.

shows, going on tour, promoting your music grassroots style (using every available tool at your disposal), and most importantly – networking. That’s the key – networking, and accessibility to reliable information, because today it’s not just who/what you know, but rather how you work with them to get what you both collectively want. Indie On The Move This is why we created Indie on the Move, because sometimes, even the hardest of workers and smartest of candidates, even the most talented of musicians, and those who have put in their 10,000 hours, simply lack the necessary information (and more importantly – relevant and accurate information) to get the ball rolling and keep it rolling. So we at Indie on the Move compile, maintain, organize, contribute, and expand our information inventory on music venues, booking data, bands, show opportunities, press and radio contacts, classified listings, music news, etc. for you… for free.

What is that PBS quote we always hear? “Knowledge is power?” Well whoever said that got it right. And somebody else said, “Power to the People.” I believe in that too, and in the current music marketplace, those That said, if you want something, you two things must work together hand gotta get off your ass and go after it. in hand if you want to survive. You gotta get out there every day/ Thank you for reading the Gospel night doing the leg work, playing News Magazine

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HOW TO LOCK YOUR CAR AND WHY! I locked my car. As I walked away I heard my car door unlock. I went back and locked my car again three times. Each time, as soon as I started to walk away, I would hear it unlock again!

victim of the latest robbery tactic— there is a device that robbers are using now to clone your security code when you lock your doors on your car using your key-chain locking device.

Naturally alarmed, I looked around and there were two guys sitting in a car in the fire lane next to the store. They were obviously watching me intently, and there was no doubt they were somehow involved in this very weird situation. I quickly chucked the errand I was on, jumped in my car and sped away. I went straight to the police station, told them what had happened, and found out I was part of a new, and very successful, scheme being used to gain entry into cars.

They sit a distance away and watch for their next victim. They know you are going inside of the store, restaurant, or bathroom and that they now have a few minutes to steal and run. The police officer said to manually lock your car door by hitting the lock button inside the car—that way if there is someone sitting in a parking lot watching for their next victim, it will not be you!

Two weeks later, my friend’s son had a similar happening. While traveling, my friend’s son stopped at a roadside rest to use the bathroom. When he came out to his car less than 4-5 minutes later, someone had gotten into his car and stolen his cell phone, laptop computer, GPS navigator, briefcase—you name it. He called the police and since there were no signs of his car being broken into, the police told him he had been a

When you hit the lock button on your car upon exiting, it does not send the security code, but if you walk away and use the door lock on your key chain, it sends the code through the airwaves where it can be instantly stolen. This is very real.

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AIF (All In The Family) Inspirational Singers Elko, South Carolina Carolina, Florida and many other cities and states. We have song with the late great Tommy Ellison, Lee Williams, The Williams Brothers and many others. This is our first CD with the family. God has blessed my son to come home and put this group on the road. The title of the CD is “YES ILL FOLLOW HIM”. About 3 years ago our mother had a stroke after singing on a program, she could not walk The AIF (All In The Family) Inspirational or talk and no use of her limbs but, God Singers is a family gospel group consists has blessed her to sing and praise again of mother, son, daughters, grandson. The like never before. group started at the St. Peter Baptist Church in Elko, SC where the pastor is

On this CD we have Mother Margaret lead

singer and Background, Ruby Moncrieft, Rev. A.C. Settle. The group was founded Janet Readingburg lead singer and in 1992 by Leon Smith, Then the name background, Octivise Jorden lead and of the group was “God’s Messengers”. background, and Thomas Porter lead/ Later the name changed to Stars Of Faith, background and arranged all music and Leon Smith was the director. There were played all instruments. The mission of this many musicians in the group has come group is to bring souls to Christ through and gone but, three of us kept the group music and song, and give thanks to the going. We had another name change to LORD for He is Good! “The Daughters Of The King”. Sam Williams of Tommy Ellison and The Five

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Johnston travels across Alabama to heighten awareness of jail reality A skit for students which is designed to show students why they must say “no” to drugs, what kind of qualities to look for when forming new friendships, and to help students with the decision making process in spite of peer pressure.

What’s a youth to do? A dramatic story of choices that many youths face and the consequences of making the wrong choices.


Crime - Drugs -Sex - Guns -Teen Violence Peer Pressure - School Drop Out “Well, it taught me to be positive and have self-esteem about me and everyone else” (6th & 7th Grader) For more info contact: Mr. Edward Johnston 205-428-0119 or 334-649-9167 Bishop Jesse Harris 334-421-0843

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POETRY MINISTRY P.O. Box 20164 Montgomery, Alabama 36120

334-220-1849 1st ANNUAL POETRY CONFERENCE & COMPETITION 2012 OCTOBER 20, 2012 THEME: SPEAK TO THE WEAK CELEBRITY RECORDINGARTISTS Terrance Stamps, Philly, PA--New CD Release Mr. Stamps is performing on the 2012 Yolanda Adams Gospel Norwegian Cruise. Bishop Anna Jones W/Jones Fashions Rose Chapman Riley/Author and community relations event coordinator. MC- Mr. Bruce Holmes, Author of Cooking in Selma during and after the Civils Right Movement. JUDGES: Mrs. Leola Davis, TLC Productions Essence Stellar Awards Nominee Radio Ministry, Mobile, Alabama Ms. Dana Lewis- Owner (Better Way Entertainment) Pennsylvania Ms. Kimberly Barnett- Author (MOMMY, WHERE IS MY DAD?) Bishop Jesse Harris- Publisher Gospel News Magazine (National Publication) Pastor Carol Jones- WBIH TV 29-- Montgomery, Alabama Mrs. Loretta Grant- The Gazzette- Montgomery, Alabama Kim C. Butler- Rocky Hights Printing- Pelham, Alabama

1 peter 4:10-11 Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others. RECOGNIZING POETIC ACHIEVEMENT IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA THIS ANNUAL COMPETITION IS OPEN TO CREATIVE POETS OF ALL AGES.

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THE HEAVENLY MELODIES Ne w Or leans New Orleans leans,, Louisiana The Heavenly Melodies Have Secured Their Own Eternal Place In The Realm Of Traditional Gospel Music. They Hail From One Of New Orleans Great Gospel Families (The Penns Sisters)

One That Has More Than Four Decades Of Giving The World The Sweet Soulful Sounds Of Gospel. The Original Penns Sisters Were Re-born In 1964 under The Name Of The Heavenly Melodies Gospel Singers Of New Orleans Louisiana.

Twenty-Three Cities, Gospel Tour Including The Island Of Sicilly, But, This Group Have Chosen To Deliver The Gospel Of Jesus Christ To Who Ever Will Hear...

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History of Over Coming Your Addiction Ministry this growing ministry. Over Coming Your Addiction has also received assistance from State Senator Shirley Kitchen and her Staff. Among other things, her office has helped coordinate and sponsor more than one “Anti-Addiction March” in our neighborhood.

DR. CHESTA DAVIS In 1999, the Rev. Chesta Davis proposed establishing an adult outreach ministry at Temple Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to be called “Overcoming Your Addiction”. Grasping the need for such a ministry in our immediate service area, and envisioning its potential for strengthening community ties, the Session (governing body of the church) approved the use of Church Facilities and resources for weekly addiction meetings beginning the summer of 1999. In less than six months this ministry grew from an average attendance of 5-10 participants every week to as many as 25. Meetings were first held every Thursday evening from 7:008:00p.m. In support of a district-wide effort to offer such meetings in at least one location each week, Temple agreed to change its meeting time from Thursday to Tuesday nights. In 2000, our Session (governing body of the church) applied and for, and received an $8000.00 grant from the Philadelphia Presbytery to support

Also in 2000, Temple began an “Annual Awards”, program in recognition and celebration of those who participate in the Twelve Step, Bible- based program to remain “substance free”. Many “graduates” have subsequently joined Temple and are now working with others with their addiction and related problems. From 1998-2000 Overcoming Your Addictions was on radio station WNJC 1360 AM Philadelphia, Pa and in 2009 on WTAN 1340AM Clearwater, Fla. which expanded its outreach to those who wish to remain “substance free”. The “Overcoming Your Addition Ministry” maybe human in form and organization, but its purpose is divine. And that purpose is to render faithful aid to sisters and brothers in pain—people just like ourselves, no better, no-worse—in their determined fight to remain free of substance abuse.

For more information contact: Rev. Chesta Davis 215-327-8018

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anointing of God flowed in my life as I traveled with Pastor Tucker and doors began to open I was able to share the stage with such recording artists as Evangelist Dorothy Norwood, opened service at pastor Shirley Caesar’s church. Had the privilege to sing with the late Timothy Wright, Ann Nesbitt and the churches of pastor John P. Kee and Apostle Richard D. Hinton, I had the opportunity to record my testimony that God gave me in 2007 “Directions” and “Thank You”.

My story…In 1999 I encountered a great My Life…Jeremiah 29:11, Born from a mother who was grieving over the lost of a 1 year old daughter and spousal separation I came into a life full of battles. But little did she know, she was carrying God’s Anointed. As I grew, many challenges confronted me, some I won, and some I lost. I soon began to involve myself with church musical activities, soon people began saying “that little Gal can sing”. I said to my cousin “I’m going to be a great singer and preacher one day.” Well the devil heard that and my life suffered. I allowed the devil to control my life in a great way. I began to become promiscuous and lonely. I knew something was missing in my life and I was going to find it. In 1982 I was invited to Garden of Prayer Church, Pastor Ebell Tucker preached “Jesus Loves you”. At the moment it seemed as if God was speaking directly to me and my Answer was yes. I surrendered

warfare with the devil trying to discourage my walk with God. I lost my home, my second child and faced a hurtful divorce, left only to raise a 1 year-old alone working a part time job. Only God knew what would become of me. One Sunday morning being led of God my pastor, Evangelist Ebell Tucker spoke a prophetic word to my spirit “Don’t Take the Devil’s Injection, God is going to give you double for your Troubles.” That’s when the words to my song “Directions” birthed. God encouraged my heart to remind me that I’m his anointed one and that souls would be convicted and converted, the lame would rise from wheel chairs as I ministered in songs. In 2004 another evil attack of the enemy to take me down for the last time, but God stepped in right on time and a victorious testimony of my Life and my Story, through my songs. To God Be the Glory.

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Tr ac y Ed w ar ds-W right acy Edw ards-W ds-Wright Is the daughter of Rev. John Thomas Edwards and the late Catherine Elizabeth Holland Baker. She is married to Ronald Lee Wright and the couple has an exceptional daughter named Angel. She is employed as an attribution specialist and specializes in descriptive writing for a media industry. She and her husband faithfully attend St. Mark Deliverance Center which is located at 3801Turnpike Road, Portsmouth, Virginia. Apostle Marion Jones is the senior pastor and presiding prelate of St. Mark Ministries. Wright is a licensed evangelist, inspirational Meet Angel and All Her Friends vocalist, and has authored fifteen books. She is currently working on the sixteenth one. The Children’s book genres vary which include: spiritual, inspirational, religion, biography, Christianity, children’s, educational, musical instruments, and health. Some of her books are available Let’s Take a Journey to the Zoo at,, and Children’s Listed below are the titles of her books and their genres:

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September/October 2012 page 43 Artist such as The Dramatics, Aaron Hall, Shirley Murdock, Tina Marie, The Gap Band, Roger Troutman and Zapp and traveling to Detroit, MI sharing the stage with The Floaters. As time moved on, Toi never stopped singing Gospel and God had another plan for her life. God had imparted words that had completely transformed and done a new thing in Toi’s life. She made a vow to God and to her father to never stop singing for Jesus.

TOI LEE Gospel Recording Artist Kansas City, MO

She continued walking in faith, experiencing her trials and tribulations. God saw her working diligently, steadfast and being unmovable. The enemy tried to stop her with a life threatening car accident with her 2 children. After facing this traumatic incident, undergoing 5 surgeries, GOD PERFORMED A MIRACLE AND SPOKE, “YOU HAVE WORK TO DO”. God began to pour out favor on her life. She played a part, Aunt Ida, in the gospel play (Between Me and God, Secrets of a Mother) at the 18th Vine, GEM Theatre. She became a 3-year registered National choir member of Auxiliaries In Ministry (AIM-COGIC), who has traveled to various conventions being under the musical directors of several National Gospel Recording Artists known as Karen Clark Sheard, Dorinda Clark Cole, Kim Burrell, Timothy Wright, Betty Nelson, the late Missionary Donna Ward and many others.

Toi, is no newcomer, in July 19952001, she began her journey as God directed her path and participated in a talent search called, “Kansas City Dream Girls” based on the Broadway Musical starring “Jennifer Holladay”, held by the renowned Starlight Theater & was selected along with two other ladies, as “Kansas Cities Dream Girls“, representing the city singing among thousands of people at large venues performing the National Anthem at the Royals Baseball Stadium, singing other genres of music at the Governors Conference Tourism in Jefferson City, MO, Missouri State Fair in Sedalia, MO, Kansas City Parks & Creation Tour, Municipal Auditorium, Music Hall, Memorial Music Hall and other distinguished functions throughout the State of Missouri. Opportunities became overflowing, Toi, and two other ladies opened up for numerous Toi Has a new single entitled “No Weapon” National Artist such as The National Booking & Purchase 816-695-1650

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PRAY THIS EVEN IF YOU DON’T FEEL LIKE IT! IT WILL ONLY TAKE A MINUTE. Dear Lord, I thank You for this day. I thank You for my being able to see and to hear this morning. I’m blessed because You are a forgiving God and an understanding God. You have done so much for me and You keep on blessing me. Forgive me this day for everything I have done, said or thought that was not pleasing to you. I ask now for Your forgiveness. Please keep me safe from all danger and harm. Help me to start this day with a new attitude and plenty of gratitude. Let me make the best of each and every day to clear my mind so that I can hear from You. Please broaden my mind that I can accept all things that are of you. Let me not whine and whimper over things I have no control over. And it is the best response when I’m pushed beyond my limits. I know that when I can’t pray, You listen to my heart. Continue to use me to do Your will. Continue to bless me that I may be a blessing to others. Keep me strong that I may help the weak. Keep me uplifted that I may have words of encouragement for others. I pray for those that are lost and can’t find their way. I pray for those that are misjudged and misunderstood. I pray for those who don’t know You intimately. I pray for those that don’t believe.

I thank you that I believe. I believe that God changes people and God changes things. I pray for all my sisters and brothers, and for each and every family member in their households. I pray for peace, love and joy in their homes, that they are out of debt and all their needs are met. I pray that every eye that reads this knows there is no problem, circumstance, or situation greater than God. Every battle is in Your hands for You to fight. I pray that these words be received into the hearts of every eye that sees it. I love you and I need you, come into my heart “Love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, and temperance.”

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THIS CD IS AWESOME! “Hold ME” Get your copy today! Charles Peterson Sr., and The Tones of Harmony from Marianna, Florida was formed over 11 years ago. Making a joyful noise is a passion that the Petersons have been sharing with others from the very beginning.

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SALVATION Is As Simple As…

ACKNOWLEDGE That Jesus Christ is God’s son!

BELIEVE In your heart that God raised Him from the dead.

CONFESS That you are a sinner and thou shall be saved. The Gift Of

SALVATION For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16 For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. Romans 10:13 Jesus said unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life. No man cometh to the Father, but by me. John 14:6

Prayer Of SALVATION Heavenly Father, I am a sinner. I want forgiveness for all my sins. I believe that Jesus died on the cross for me and rose again. Father, I give you my life to do as you wish. I want Jesus Christ to come into my heart. This I ask in Jesus name. Amen!

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Angelic Shaw Sisters Of Dallas, Texas

“Starting All Over”

“He Is A Miracle Worker”

The Angelic Shaw Sisters is a Gospel Singing group from Dallas, Texas. The group members are all sisters. They have been singing together all of their lives. They enjoy sharing the story that they were the church choir at the Trinity Missionary Baptist Church were their father, the late Reverend James Shaw was the Pastor. They have been singing under the name of the Angelic Shaw Sisters for over twenty (20) years. Their newest CD is entitled He is a Miracle Worker. The title song started out as a simple testimony to the Lord and the many miraculous things he was doing in the lives of the Sisters, their Musicians and family. The testimony led them to writing the song. The many Miracles that took place during and directly after the recording made it easy to decide what would be the title song. This CD is traditional gospel but the songs range from ballad like “Say You Love Me” recorded by permission from DJ Rogers, to “Jesus Paid it All” a foot stomping hand clapping quartet song. What ever your musical taste we are sure you will find something on the CD that you will enjoy listening to. The previous CD is entitled Starting All Over and is still available. The CD’s can be purchased on-line at; hard copies can be purchased from Forever Young Records in Grand Prairie, Texas. Visit our website or, check us out on facebook or send us an email at For booking I information please call Bertha Dozier at (214)372-4718 or Rose Shaw Broadway at (817)706-4141

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renowned singer Larry Howard, who is a gospel recording artist and guitarist. This is just a few. She received a certificate from “The National Association of Gospel Promoters & Managers Conferences”, Atlanta, Georgia, for excellent performances, also a Alma Elise Neeley, a contemporary certificate for performance and gospel recording artist, resides near appreciation award from “The Multicultural Gospel Explosive 2010, Atlanta, Georgia. Christ Temple”, Macon Georgia. Born in Patterson, New Jersey and was inspired to sing at a young age. Alma is looking forward to do greater Many times over Alma is happy to works, spreading the Gospel in songs share the goodness of the Lord with and use all the gifting that the Lord has placed upon her. The CD entitled Joy. “A New Direction” is for this season Coming from a musical inclined is Explosive, receiving airplay along background and watching her the southern states, eastern coast as Grandmother play classical music, well as the western . she was inspired to sing and write. She gives God all the Praises for what As years passed by, the Lord laid He is and has done in her Life. upon her heart to sing testimonies of her life which are designed to set the captive free. Later she moved from Macon to the Atlanta Georgia area.

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