Episode 45 • Auditioning and Finding the Best Musicians For Your Team

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

This is one for the record-books – Brenton Miles & Libby Lewis sit down to discuss all of the possible options for auditioning new team members! If you’re a worship leader or pastor in need of new ideas, tips, or ways to audition players, save this episode for repeat listens!

We talk about knowing your church’s culture, practical tips for auditioning singers, drummers, bass players, and guitarists, and how to communicate progress and/or need for improvement.

Every church is different, and depending on the size, the audition process can look very different.

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