Christian Musician Summit Returning to Nashville in October

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The Christian Musician Summit will return to Nashville for its second year, taking place at Belmont Church on 16th Ave. S., and will take place Oct. 4 and 5. The Summit will feature workshops and performances by numerous artists, including Brenton Brown, One Sonic Society, Matt Maher, Phillip LaRue, Sarah Macintosh, Dave Cleveland, Ian Eskelin, Jason Webb, Don Poythress, Tom Lane, Zoro the Drummer, Adam Nitti, Chance ScogginsTom Brooks and many more.

“We are excited to return to Nashville,” says Bruce Adolph, co-founder of the Christian Music Summit conferences and president of the Adolph Agency, Inc. “Adding Nashville to our list of summit locations has been a joy for us and we know we will continue building on the momentum we started last year.”

Participants will engage in two days of workshops taught by Nashville session musicians. Friday’s workshops will cater to songwriters, vocals, guitar, bass, drums, keys, audio and choir. Saturday will include sessions on new and similar topics, including leadership and indie artists.

“This year, we have relocated CMS Nashville to Music Row, which I know will bring an added level of excitement for our participants,” says Matt Kees, president of Christian Musician Summit Inc. “Not only will the attendees learn from the industry’s top professionals, but they will do so in the heart of where the business of Music City happens.”

All CMS attendees will receive access to a concert on Friday, Oct. 4 with performances by One Sonic Society, Maher and Macintosh.

For more information, visit christianmusicsummit.com.

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