Brandon BeeCritically acclaimed recording artist, songwriter, producer and worship leader Brandon Bee is slated to perform on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at the Re:create 2010 worship conference, taking the stage at Rolling Hills Community Church at The Warehouse in Franklin, Tenn., at 1:30 p.m. CT. In addition to Bee, other performers at the conference will include Amy Grant, Jars of Clay, Big Tent Revival, Leeland and country artist Bryan White.

Dan Cathy, CEO of Chick-fil-A, author/speaker Stephen Mansfield (The Faith of George W. Bush), and author and Women of Faith speaker Luci Swindoll (I Married Adventure) are among the featured speakers.

Re:create 2010 is a think-tank of Christian leaders including worship leaders, art directors, and program directors from contemporary churches around the world, providing a time of encouragement, refreshment and diffusion of ideas. Meet and greet mixers with artists and industry leaders are an integral part of the conference. Re:create’s Randy Elrod calls the conference “an event for worship pastors and artists that are on the cutting edge. They’re early adoptors. Re:create is a stimulating, creative time, a place to get new ideas. There’s a lot of young, creative energy.”

Best known as a producer and a sought-after worship leader at churches and conferences across the country, Brandon Bee is quickly gaining fans for his own unique brand of pop/rock worship music.

Bee’s Surrendered EP debuted on iTunes’ “New & Noteworthy” section and landed in the Top 20 on the iTunes Christian Albums chart. He recently unveiled his debut full-length project, This Is The Revolution, on Save the City Records. The CD has been garnering critical acclaim from media outlets such as iTunes, Christian Musician Magazine, CCMMagazine.com and Christianitytoday.com.

“One of the more striking debut efforts in recent memory, Bee firmly establishes the artistic reputation that his previous production work only hinted at with This Is The Revolution,” says Christian Musician Magazine.

iTunes states, “Best known as a Christian music producer, Brandon Bee steps out as a singer/songwriter on 2009’s thoroughly likable This Is The Revolution…Bee is vivid and convincing.”

Bee’s behind-the-scenes credits include development work for many of the music industry’s top companies, including Geffen Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group. He first came to the attention of the production world under the mentorship of producer Lou Carto (Randy Travis, B.B. King) and Dove Award-nominated Christian artist/producer Morgan Cryar. After moving back to the Northwest from Nashville, Bee began producing bands in Seattle’s growing Christian music scene and traveling throughout the U.S. and Canada to produce artists including Amber Pacific, Jaime Jamgochian, Benjiman, Juno Award nominee/Island Award winner Matthew James and Grammy Award nominee/Dove Award winner Stacie Orrico.

Brandon Bee’s This Is The Revolution is available on Save the City Records, a division of Rain On Me Productions, LLC, and is distributed through Bema Direct. Bee’s Surrendered EP is available on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Rhapsody and other online retailers.

For more information on Brandon Bee, This Is The Revolution and Surrendered, visit brandonbeemusic.com or savethecityrecords.com.

For more information on Re:create 2010, visit recreateconference.com.

Rolling Hills Community Church at The Warehouse is located at 1810 Columbia Avenue, Franklin, Tenn.

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