Tuesday, December 9, 2014
John Darin Rowsey remains with Daywind Publishing
“It's an honor to partner with the premier publisher in our industry,” emphasizes Rowsey. “I can't wait to see what the future holds as we grow together thinking outside the box.”
Rowsey – who traveled with the award-winning trio Karen Peck and New River from 1999-2003 – has been nominated for multiple Dove Awards and has won one, for the 2008 Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year with “He’s In Control.” He has had numerous hit songs, with one of the earliest being the Gaither Vocal Band’s “Singing with the Saints.” Among his No. 1 songs are Karen Peck and New River’s “I Wanna Know How It Feels” and “Hey” and the Kingsmen’s “Joy’s Gonna Come in the Morning.”
Rowsey is also currently a member of the dynamic vocal trio Watts, Rowsey and Bean, which is part of the Daywind Records roster of artists.
“Consistency is a trait I highly value,” explains Daywind Vice President of Music Publishing Rick Shelton. “John Darin Rowsey consistently creates quality music that is far reaching, and it is his consistent Christian walk that is the wellspring of his impacting ministry. I couldn't be more delighted to continue the publishing relationship that started for the two of us nearly 12 years ago. John Darin is dear to me personally, and he is an important member of the exclusive Daywind roster of exceptional songwriters.”
Daywind Music Publishing is the premier source of new songs for the Southern Gospel and church print/choral markets. The organization is home to an award-winning roster of songwriters. For more information, visit www.daywindpublishing.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on John Darin Rowsey, visit the Daywind Music Publishing web site or visit www.wattsrowseyandbean.com.