Gospo-Fella Entertainment sponsors the 2011 Virginia Gospel Announcers Guild Anniversary Luncheon

BATON ROUGE, LA (SEPTEMBER 2011): On the heels of the success of their debut release “The CountDown”, a compilation CD featuring some of the best independent artists, Gospo-Fella Entertainment has partnered with the Virginia Gospel Announcers Guild as proud sponsors for the 2011 Virginia Gospel Announcers Guild Anniversary Luncheon. The luncheon is slated for September 17th, 2011 from 12 noon to 2 pm (EST) at the Crowne Plaza Hotel 555 Canal Street, Richmond, Virginia.

The luncheon will feature performances from Gospo-Fella Entertainment recording artists; Kevin-G “The Music Maker”, Souled Out and Alayna Maberry. Special performances at the nightly event will include Earnest Pugh, Lucinda Moore, Norman Hutchins, Gospo-Fella Entertainment artists, Kevin-G, Souled Out, Alayna Maberry and many more.

About Gospo-Fella Entertainment

Gospo-Fella’s mission is to be a national leader in the gospel music industry. They work to excel in the efficient and effective production, marketing, and promotion of music recordings, videos, and movies to gospel audiences worldwide.

The genres of gospel music they specialize in includes, contemporary, urban contemporary, rhythm and praise, and pop. Fans can trust us to deliver consistent quality in our recordings. Gospel music lovers can depend on our artist’s recordings to inspire, uplift, and provide encouragement during these times of economic uncertainty, hopelessness, and despair. Gospo-Fella Entertainment’s primary focal point is on those that may not attend church regularly or not at all, but need to hear a word from God for hope and encouragement. Our goal is to win lost souls for Christ by taking the Word of God from the Church and bringing it to the streets.

“The COUNTDOWN” compilation is distributed through indieExtreme/Universal Music Christian Group and is available digitally on iTunes, Amazon.com and Rhapsody.

For bookings or additional information contact: Wanda Adams at marketingministry@live.com

indieExtreme, with offices in Houston, TX and Nashville, TN., represents musical acts ranging from folk legend Judy Collins to 7 year old singing sensation and Disney actress, Kaitlyn Maher. The firm partners with UMCG for distribution and retail marketing, along with providing various label services such as marketing, basic publicity, social media management, management consulting, music licensing and online marketing systems to independent labels.

For more information about Gospo-Fella Entertainment, visit http://www.facebook.com/GospoFella To learn more about indieExtreme or our labels, visit http://www.indieextreme.com,  or write the company at 1507 16th Ave. S, Nashville, TN 37212

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