EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE AROUND THE CORNER FOR CMS NASHVILLE

Reduced Registration Fees Still Available For Conference Featuring Top CCM and Country Music Industry Musicians In Workshops and Concerts

CMS Nashville LogoSeptember 4 marks the early registration deadline for Christian Musician Summit (CMS) Nashville, a popular event of workshops and performances featuring some of the best musicians in the CCM and Country music industries. Reduced registration fees are available until the deadline and may be purchased online.

The Christian Musician Summit, which has been held throughout the U.S. for the past 10 years, makes its Music City debut October 5 and 6 at Grace Chapel in the historic Leiper’s Fork area of Franklin, Tenn. A set of one-day bootcamps for songwriters, guitarists, vocalists and indie artists also is scheduled for October 4. The event is being held in partnership with Kingdom Bound Ministries.

Scores of world-class musicians will be presenting and performing at CMS Nashville, including Ashley Cleveland, Phil Keaggy, Gordon Kennedy, Ron Block, Allen Shamblin, Brenton Brown & The Worship Republic, Steve Taylor, Tom Hemby, Cindy Morgan, Zoro the drummer, and many others.

Participants will have the opportunity to attend all four general sessions, both evening concerts and the Late Night Groove Lounge. They will also have access to all exhibitors and to their choice of eight breakout sessions, choosing from more than 90 options in the categories of guitar, bass, drums/percussion, keys, vocals, songwriting, indie artist, audio, video, lighting, technology, worship leadership, and worship bands/teams.

Early registration fees are $149 per person or $129 per person as part of a group rate of five or more. The one-day intensive bootcamps on October 4 require a separate registration.

“I’m especially excited about the Nashville conference because this summit brings together top songwriters from two musical genres — CCM and country,” says Bruce Adolph, co-founder of the Christian Music Summit conferences and president of the Adolph Agency, Inc.. “Participants will have the unique opportunity to learn from songwriters who write for the mainstream market from a Christian worldview.

“Bringing the Christian Musician Summit to Nashville is a dream come true for me,” Adolph continues. “This is our 10th year in Seattle and we also have been producing the conference in Buffalo, N.Y., and Sacramento, Calif., for years. But Nashville has so much talent in one region, and we are so excited about the caliber and stature of the musicians and artists who will be teaching at the conference. You do not want to miss this one!”

For more information, including conference rates, and to register, visitchristianmusiciansummit.com. To like on Facebook, go tofacebook.com/groups/christianmusiciansummit or follow on Twitter (@cmsproductions).

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