Episode 147 • The Studio Behind the Songs that have Changed Your Life: The Creak Music (Brad King, David Leonard, & Seth Talley)

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  • Josh Kluge

 

Cody Carnes, Brandon Lake, Josh Baldwin, NEEDTOBREATHE, Paul & Hannah McClure – these are only a few of the incredible artists that today’s guests have produced.

The Creak Music in Franklin, TN is comprised of Brad King, David Leonard, & Seth Talley. Together they’ve received multiple Grammy nominations, Dove Awards, & many others.

All for writing & producing the songs over the past 10+ years that have marked us.

The production side of worship is so so important. Not just for capturing the song, but for how they carry the Spirit of God within them.

As worship leaders, musicians, & vocalists there is so much to learn from those in these roles that will directly shape your ability.

This is a conversation that will spark your creativity & open your eyes to the beauty of sound.

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