Often times newer Christian artists come our way that are very sincere and even have potential, that we don’t get to work with. It’s been an interesting ride determining who gets our help, ie artists we hope to sign to a recording contract and which artists we have to say “thanks for writing, go work harder”.

What we are doing is starting a branch off from Raging Storm Records with a similar but wider reaching goal. What we’ll be doing is offering marketing, executive production and overall consulting services to bands outside of our label roster. The purpose of this is to really benefit the type of bands that either need a lot of work to be “label ready”, or bands who are otherwise want some promotional help but would rather not sign on to a label.

So I would ask you simply to keep us in mind. The link below is a brief overview of what we have to offer. If you know an up and coming artist that could benefit from our experience, please tell them about Raging Storm!

www.ragingstormentertainment.com

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