Nashville, TN (September 8, 2014) A well-known personality in the southern gospel industry, Bev McCann is forming her own artist management company, Bev McCann and Friends. Known for her work with recording companies and extensive work in client relations with Godsey and Associates and the Music City Show, McCann showcases her passion for southern gospel music.
Not only is she a leader in the gospel music industry, she is also a singer, songwriter and ordained minister. McCann brings a lot of experience and creativity to the southern gospel music table, and she is excited about launching her new management company alongside a new website.
Deon Unthank of AG Publicity commented, “Bev has been a friend for a long time, and I have watched her grow in her talents and status in Gospel Music. I feel she has a lot to offer with her various ministries and she has the ambition to go forward with what God has called her to do.”
“I’m extremely excited about the doors that God is opening. The concerts and music that we’re doing and the new adventures that are taking us through this year are exciting. It is incredible to know that when you think doors are closing they are being opened. When you have your life in God’s hands, God is opening doors and giving you new directions. We’re going to be doing projects in California next year, so we are grateful for the things that are coming our way. We have lots of fun when we are all together. I am totally amazed of what God is doing for me and everybody else. I am thrilled to be a part of this ministry,” said McCann.
Her list of clients is impressive, including:
Jim Sheldon, known as the Positive Cowboy. Jim is regularly seen on the ever popular Television program ‘The Music City Show’.
Gene McDonald is the phenomenal Bass singer seen on many of the Gaither Homecoming videos.
Cambell and Crowley is a Gospel Duet ministry based in Beckley, West Virginia. The group was founded in 1983 by Larry Rowley, the current tenor.
The Lori Jonathan Trio is a family trio with some of the sweetest harmony you will every hear. Coming from the New York, they are not a likely Southern gospel group, but their sound says otherwise.
Rachel Taylor is a fine young soloist who has recently recorded a duet with Jim Sheldon.
Sarah Collins was born and raised in Southern Indiana, the youngest of five children. She says that she doesn’t ever remember a time that she didn’t want to sing about Jesus. Accepting a call to minister in any way that she can for the Lord lead her, she started singing again and hasn’t looked back.
Rod Truman is a man with a tremendous testimony. As a basketball coach, God got a hold of his life and changed him all together.
To contact Bev e-mail her at email@example.com .