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Combine the showmanship of Toby Mac, the vocal timbre of Toni Braxton, along with inspirational and genre bending songs and you get PATRICIA LEIGH. The Atlanta based contemporary Christian/Gospel artist is prepped and destined to become one of the industry's next powerhouses.
PATRICIA LEIGH is a singer, songwriter, actor, wife, mother and daughter of the King. Her songs of good news reveal a positive message that are spiritually grounded while dealing with everyday life issues. The music is birthed from personal experiences while growing in relationships with God, husband, children and friends. The result is an artist who has determined to live "under the shadow of the Most High." To present the Father first and herself last is her daily goal.
PATRICIA LEIGH has shared the stage with industry greats such as Donnie McClurkin, CeCe Winans, and Lamar Campbell in addition to appearing on TV shows such as Babbie’s House and the Candi Staton Show. She has also lent her vocal abilities to the groups Veritas and Addae. Her latest release, The L.I.F.E. Project, presents this dynamic vocalist, songwriter, and woman of god with an opportunity to step out into the forefront and minister.
The L.I.F.E. Project is PATRICIA LEIGH’s personal journey of LOVE, INSPIRATION, FAITH and EXPERIENCE. The album features production from hit making, Stellar, Dove Award winning producers such as Chip Dixson (Rodney Jerkins, Paul S. Morton, Lowell Pye, William Murphy III, Bishop Neil C. Ellis); Rod Lumpkin II (Paul S. Morton, Bishop William Murphy Jr., Bishop Neil C. Ellis) and Rico Henry (Yolanda Adams, Micah Stampley). The album is an energetic and eclectic mix of music that melds seamlessly together to give listeners God inspired messages about L.I.F.E.
PATRICIA LEIGH is a former praise team member at Changing A Generation FGBC Ministry of Divine Arts and Worship in Atlanta, Georgia where she currently worships. She is also sharing her music ministry with various groups, events and churches, always eager to be used as God's vessel to reach the masses. The multi-talented artist is also currently filming the feature film I Thought You Knew. In addition to acting and singing, Patricia Leigh is also using the knowledge she has gained as a PA-C to minister via medicine. You can catch her segment, The Healthy Me, M-W-F and weekends on Victory1075.com.
According to Stellar-Award Winning Producer, Rod Lumpkin II, "I've had the honor to work with recording artists such as Bishop Paul S. Morton, William Murphy III, Bishop Neil C. Ellis, and several others as a producer or composer. However, there\'s something very uniquely special about Patricia. Her dedication, desire, devotion, disposition, and drive really shine above all others. The depth and richness of her deep alto tone penetrates your soul. I'm positive the best is yet to come.”
And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue His work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns. Philippians 1:6 (NLT)
Phone: (678) 916-7065
Fax: (832) 218-5821
ReAnn Ring, Publicist
Currently serving as the Praise and Worship director for Jesus Christ the Chief Cornerstone Ministries, LaShanda has been leading worship for well over 10 years. With a passion for music and a desire to touch God’s heart, her voice has been a gift that has blessed many!
In her hometown of Rochester, NY LaShanda is well known for her passion to worship. She has traveled to many cities, sang with various choirs and minstrels, she has even shared stages with artist’s such as Charles Woolfork, Deitrick Haddon, Kurt Carr, Kirk Franklin, and Freddy Rodriguez. Showcased in 1994 on Bobby Jones Gospel, performed at Kingdom Bound 2009/2012, and the list goes on.
Her most recent project,“Contagious”, is now available on Itunes, Google Play, Amazon, and many other digital markets. This is a summary of her life and the journey to worship. The heart of this album is to bring the church back to the heart of God. LaShanda's prayer is that as you listen and sing along, your lives will be drawn more to the heart of God as we worship together!
CONTACT: Terrance McCadney 585-415-8431
Artist: Stereo Witness Song: In Love CD: Stereo Witness Genre: urban Label:Independent Homepage
With “In Love” I really wanted to ask the question, "What is love?" And I really wanted to try to bring in a "real world" look as well as a religious look and meet somewhere in the middle. I am the type of person who thinks even the BEST people can make bad choices. Just because you've never been addicted to drugs, or never gotten pregnant out of wedlock, or struggled with homosexuality doesn\'t mean that you are any better than anybody else who has. If you've ever lied, been overweight, or even thought a thought you shouldn't have then YOU (according to God's standards) have sinned. I put a picture on my facebook a while back that said, "Don't judge someone just because they sin differently than you." And that's kind of my outlook on life. I feel like in most cases the church forgets that. People forget that it's really not enough to just come fill up a pew for a couple hours 3 times a week. That's kind of the bare minimum. So with this song I wanted to bring that out, while also approaching the "worlds" view on love. We live in a "YOLO" society that doesn't really think about the future. Marriage isn't something to play around with. If you fool around and have a kid that is a real person. This song has a few different themes, but I wanted to approach it in a loving manner. So it's more of a "thought" than a "statement". I never want to offend anyone, but every now and then you have to get your toes stepped on to wake up a little. That's what this song is.
Bio : Stereo Witness is the stage name of BMI recording artist and singer songwriter Andrew Finchum. Andrew was born on October 6th, 1990 in Knoxville, TN. Even at an early age, his destiny as a musician may have been pre-determined. His father (a ordained southern Baptist minister) and his mother (played electric bass, guitar, and piano for the choir) were in a traveling southern gospel singing group that toured all over Tennessee. Andrew, even at an early age, was constantly around music. Andrew began playing drums at the early age of 3 and literally wore the drum-set out until it was no longer usable.
His musical career went to the back burner until middle school when, as a birthday present, his parents decided to get him another set. He began playing to songs on the radio, which led to him writing his own songs, all the while, never telling a soul that he was doing so. He continued writing his own songs into high school where (his freshman year) he taught himself how to play piano. He also joined the Gibbs High School Marching Eagle drumline, where he would continue to blossum, eventually becoming the drumline captain his senior year. Throughout high school, he continued writing music, but not until his junior year of high school did his "close-nit" circle of friends begin to find out that he even sung/wrote and played music.
It wasn't until after he graduated High School that he went public about being a musician. He saved up and bought a guitar and He spent his freshman year at Carson-Newman College studying Music where he learned a deeper understanding of it. "Really at the time I had NO idea what I was doing. I would stay up (and out) until around 2 or 3 in the a.m. then come in and chug some Nyquil and then 'boom' off to beddy bye." He explained, "But every single music major, except maybe my best friend Trevor, (laughs) knew WAY more than me when it came to music. I had no clue... and EVERY body liked to remind me of that. At the time it broke me down because i felt like I wasn't learning anything and at one point I actually gave up writing music. It really wasn't until after I transferred to a community college and began pickin' up my Git (guitar) that I realized how my understanding for music had grown... I guess I CAN thank them for that."
After dropping out of college, it didn't look good. He got a part-time job at a local Christian book store, but was barely scraping by. "I was barely making enough to put gas in my truck. That was one of the toughest times in my life. The bad part was that it got WORSE." The bookstore had to cut back his hours so he had to resort to getting a "9-5" job at a cafeteria inside a local hospital.
"I was coming home covered in chili, and eggs, and all kinds of funs stuff. I hated scrubbing pots, but what else did I have? I was a college drop-out, had no health insurance, It was good money, but it was HARD money. I was working 50 hours a week, but through all of that I felt like God spoke to me and said, "I've got better things in store for you." It took me hitting rock bottom to realize that I was better than that. So, I turned in my two week notice and took a shot.\"
Management : Stereo Witness 865.363.9301
Radio : Seth Holloway 615.790.6959
Publishing : Song and Lyrics : Steven Andrew Finchum BMI ID 550203952 BMI Work # 14695630 ISRC : ushm81256421
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