Nashville. TN (October 30, 2013) Adam’s Call, one of the most dynamic new groups to hit the Southern Gospel scene in a long time is taking auditions for the baritone spot in the group. Sam Fisher of the group left on August 1st to become a part of the music program at a church in Perry GA where he lives. He will also be working on solo material in more of the CCM Market.
Owner and manager, Bobby Davenport said “We have been very blessed to have Sam share in the ministry of Adam’s Call, he was such a huge part of the ministry, and an even larger part of our family. Sam will be greatly missed, and we know that great things are in store for him as he continues to follow the plan that God has designed for his life. While we are saddened by Sam’s departure we are excited to see who God places with the ministry to continue in the exciting work he has for us.”
Anyone interested in consideration of the position should send recent photo, bio, and audio clip or video to email@example.com . While experience is preferred it is not required, but a good range is needed and the ability to play an instrument is a real PLUS. Also worth noting is the new project Adam’s call has just released. Recorded live at Six Mile Baptist Church in Hemphill, TX and is sure to be a real blessing to all who listen. The group is currently adding dates to their 2013-2014 “SIMPLIFY TOUR”, which is being booked by the Adoration Agency, 615-590-7453.
You can learn more about Adam’s Call at http://adamscall.com or https://www.facebook.com .
Adam’s Call can be reached by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For book Adam’s call contact Adoration Agency – email@example.com – 615-590-7453
About Adam’s Call
Adam’s Call is a fairly new mixed trio singing with a great Southern Gospel/Country blend. It’s rare to find a group with a true heart, talent, and a passion for great songs, and great music. Adams Call doesn’t cloud great songs with over produced music, but lets the words and harmony be the foundation that makes for a unique, yet anointed sound in an age of ordinary. Great Group, Great Songs, Great Message.