Within the vein of Ron Kenoly, Tommy Walker, and Alvin Slaughter, Clint Brown belongs to a brief set of worship leaders who’ve blended CCM and contemporary gospel stylings within their corporate songs of compliment. Dark brown got his begin playing the trumpet so when the drum main for his high school’s marching music group. After graduation, his dad got him employment as an all natural gas pipeline mechanic, a posture he left soon after since it didn’t jibe along with his musical heart. He made a decision to become a vacationing church musician, a career that would business lead him to talk about the stage with several dark instrumentalists. In his moves, he went to Pastor Pole Parsley’s Globe Harvest Chapel, a megachurch in Columbus, OH, where he’d continue to carry the name of music movie director for six years. Pursuing God’s leading, Dark brown shifted to Orlando in 1992 and planted FaithWorld Chapel, a multi-ethnic congregation that with time grew to some membership greater than 6,000 from over 30 different countries. Annually, FaithWorld hosts the Judah Music Meeting, a teaching group of workshops and workshops targeted at educating churches statewide on the fundamentals of worship, command, and ministry. In his years being a worship head, Brown has documented greater than a dozen albums and constructed hundreds of compliment music for the cathedral, including popular modern anthems “State the Name,” “I Wanna BECOME MORE AS IF YOU,” “YOU HAPPEN TO BE,” and “Lord I Live.” Furthermore, his songs have already been found by many mainstays of gospel, CCM, and compliment & worship music, including Kenoly, Vickie Winans, Martha Munizzi, Beverly Crawford, Marcos Witt, and Paul S. Morton.
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