Wednesday, October 2, 2013
Song Garden Music Group Partners With The Rick Webb Family
The Song Garden office will be moved from Nashville to North Carolina – closer to the original Keffer partners, and to the Webbs, thereby conducive to more active involvement of the partners. The Keffers have long wished to be more involved with their artists and the day to day business of the company. The move will enable Song Garden to use some outstanding regional studios, as well as continuing to offer Nashville recording sessions with associates there.
David Staton has headed up operations for Song Garden in Nashville for the last eight years, and is credited with much of the growth and numerous innovative ideas during that time. Song Garden’s niche has long been assisting up and coming groups to grow and improve, and provide high quality, yet affordable recording options via their Grapevine label. The intermediate level artists are offered the Garden Creek label, while the most successful artists are on the main Song Garden label. All will be served out of the new office in North Carolina after October 14th of this year.
The Rick Webb Family has built a strong legacy of Christian service and integrity in gospel music and will be a great asset to the record label in their partnership capacity to grow Song Garden Music Group. Each member of the Rick Webb Family will be heavily involved in the daily responsibilities of the label, in addition to maintaining their concert tour schedule throughout the United States and Canada.
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About The Rick Webb Family
Rick and Phyllis Webb began their professional music journey in 1978 with the internationally acclaimed vocal group ReGeneration directed by vocal orchestrator Derric Johnson. Disney World appreciated the group so much that they annually showcased ReGeneration. In 1983, Derric Johnson’s singers became the The Voices of Liberty, the host group for EPCOT Center’s American Pavilion.
The Rick Webb Family has been afforded opportunities to share the platform with outstanding speakers and pastors throughout the United States each year. In addition to their concert schedule Rick and Phyllis participated in the Radio Bible Class sponsored TV music ministry Day of Discovery for 10 years; The Wesleyan Hour international radio ministry sponsored by the Wesleyan Church for 20 years; international crusades with Evangelist Dr. Clyde Dupin for more than 20 years; and numerous guest appearances with such respected pastors as Dr. Charles Stanley, Dr. Charles Colson, Dr. David Jeremiah, Dr. Mac Brunson, Dr. D. James Kennedy just to name a few.
Today, The Rick Webb Family consists of Rick and Phyllis Webb with daughter Hannah and oldest son Parker.