Podcast #26 with Guest Cindy Wilt Colville (and music by Bob Hussong and Jerry Andrews)

Cindy Wilt Colville

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Cindy Wilt Colville is a 25 year veteran of the Christian music industry. Her passion is developing creative and skilled songwriters. Cindy started her music career with award-winning producer and songwriter Greg Nelson where she was production manager on five gold and two platinum records. She was also the production manager for Steven Curtis Chapman’s first four records, was a music publisher for 15 years with both Benson and Word Music Publishing. While Vice President at Word, Cindy signed and developed top songwriters like Matthew West, Jason Ingram, and Cindy Morgan just to name a few.

Cindy has also directed the 2009 and 2011 ASCAP Foundation’s Christian Songwriters Workshop and  has also been a speaker for songwriter groups in Colorado, Texas, California, Pennsylvania, and Nashville. There’s much more to say about Cindy but one of the most important things is that for twelve years she has volunteered her time ministering at the Tennessee Prison for Women.

It’s my honor to welcome music publisher Cindy Wilt Colville to Voices In My Head today. Cindy Welcome.

On today’s episode Cindy critiques songs by these independent writers.  Voices In My Head thanks all the writers for their participation in this show and allowing us to use their music.  You can hear their entire songs below.

Jerry Andrews: Seed So Precious

Robert Hussong: There Is Hope

Rick Lee James: Christ Has Died, Christ Is Risen

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Rick Lee James

Rick Lee James worship leader, a singer and songwriter, preacher, author, and Podcast host with over 15 years of experience in ministry. As host of the Voices In My Head Podcast Rick has worked with Jason Gray, Andrew Peterson, Sara Groves, Paul Baloche, All Sons and Daughters, Michael Card, Brian Zahnd, Tripp York, Brett Mccracken, Ian Morgan Cron, Michael Card, Walter Brueggemann and many more. In 2013 Rick released his first Live album of original songs called, Basement Psalms Live. In 2014 Rick released a book to accompany the album called, Out of the Depths: A Songwriter’s Journey Through the Psalms. The book has since been used as a textbook by National Praise and Worship Institute’s Psalms survey course at Trevecca Nazarene University. Rick also was a contributing writer for the book, Renovating Holiness, edited by Jay Thomas Jay Oord and Joshua Broward. Rick has also been a contributing writer for Worship Leader Magazine and has had a number of songs published by Lifeway Worship. Rick’s new album, ‘Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations’ will release on March 17th, 2016 (St. Patrick’s Day). All songs on the record are being published through Lifeway Worship and are written, co-written, or arranged by Rick.

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  1. Rick really liked the Pod Cast thanks for using my song Seed So Precious and for having Cindy critique and give us some insight on how the business works. I wrote down her advice on how I can improve the song and hope you do this kind of Pod Cast again. Blessings on your ministry work over the next few weeks hope you stay cool.
    Jerry Andrews

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