RAZZBARRY ARTIST THE GREAT TRANSPARENCY RECEIVE SESAC HONORS

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The Great Transparency (Razzbarry) recently traveled to Nashville to join some of the industry’s top artists and songwriters at the SESAC Christian Music Awards. Tommy, Jameson and Zack went to receive awards for their performances as SESAC writers and for their #1 Christian Billboard hit, “Rebuild Your Love.”

Christian songwriter/producer, Jason Ingram, was named SESAC’s Christian Songwriter of the Year due to the his ingenious work with such hits as “I Will Follow” by Chris Tomlin, “Strong Enough to Stay” by Tenth Avenue North, “Come Alive” by Ashes Remain, and “You Are” by Jason Castro.

Other SESAC award winners include artists such as Ian Eskelin, Tiffany Arbuckle Lee (Plumb), Cary Barlowe, Seth Mosley, Juan Otero, and Michael Donehey of Tenth Avenue North. Natalie Grant, Jamie Grace, and Mikeschair all delivered incredible and moving performances at the ceremony.

The band was honored to be alongside such amazing professionals, and they feel incredibly blessed to be part of the SESAC family.

ABOUT THE GREAT TRANSPARENCY

The Great Transparency (Columbus, Ohio) consists of band members Tommy Clingan, Jameson Leasure, and Zack Zaborski. There single Chaos Parade is currently a Top 20 hit with there previous single Rebuild your Love reaching #1

ABOUT RAZZBARRY

Razzbarry (Jacksonville, Florida) is an independent label and management company founded by Barry Blaze in 2007. Their current roster includes The Great Transparency, Code of Ethics, and Blaze’s solo worship venture as Barry Blaze.

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