Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Steven Lawson Signs Extensive Agreement With AG Publicity
At the tender age of eight years old it was evident that Steven was destined to sing. From singing in his local church though his high school years his career has moved upward. He started his professional career singing with Conrad Cook and the Calvary Echoes. From there he moved on to sing Lead for the Dixie Melody Boys. Finally he found a nitch as a soloist. Missing the tight harmonies of a group, Steven formed his own group, the Royal Heirs. Moving on again, in 2002 Steven joined the cast of the Carolina Jamboree in Myrtle Beach, SC.
He eventually felt the call to return to his solo ministry and is now covering the map singing and testifying to what God has done for his life. Steven said, “I decided that if I am going to put my all into what God has called me to do, it was time to take a step to go to another level of ministry, and I believe that AG Publicity has the ability to help me get there.”
Deon Unthank, founder of AG Publicity stated “Adding artists to our company is not something taken lightly. We feel that Steven has the quality and ability to make a difference in reaching people for Christ. We are excited about what he has to offer the Southern Gospel/Christian Country arenas around the country.”
Steven has a powerful testimony of how God brought him through a terrible car crash and he would love to share that with your congregation or concert crowd,
Steven is adding the finishing touches to a new solo project which will be available soon. You can contact Steven at www.stevenlawson.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, or https://www.facebook.com/stevenalawson
About Steven Lawson
Steven grew up in a small town in the hills of West Virginia,where at the young age of eight it was inevitable that he was destined to sing. During his early years, you could find him playing piano and singing every Sunday with members of his family's church. He joined the legendary “Calvary Echoes” headed by the inspiring songwriter Conrad Cooke. After his season there, Steven found himself on a tour bus with one of gospel music's premier quartets,The Dixie Melody Boys, where he sang for two years.Steven then formed his own group, The Royal Heirs. While Steven managed The Royal Heirs, he encouraged and promoted the talents of many young artists who are singing and performing today. Over the course of Steven's music career he has been blessed to be a part of church services and gospel concerts with many of today's top Christian artists including, The Perrys, The Wilburns, Dottie Rambo, Gold City, The Singing Cookes, and many others.