The Independent Gospel Artists Alliance (IGAA) convened at Queen’s Chapel UMC in Beltsville, MD. Hosted by Phillip Carter and Earl Bynum. The 7th annual Independent Gospel Artists Alliance Conference will run July 6-8 and is a business and music conference that adjusts to the ever-changing needs of the independent artist. It is an opportunity to learn more about business as well as display their musical talents in nightly showcases.
The first day of the conference kicked off with Charles Butler, founder of Charles Butler & Trinity, Tammy Taylor, CEO One enTITY, Henry Harris, President, Spirit Consulting and Thomas Rollins, Director, Gospel Relations, New Day Distribution sharing words of wisdom with attendess. The rest of the day was filled with sessions that imparted knowledge.
The night gave way to the showcase where several artist took to the stage to perform.
WLOU’s Brodric Purvis served as emcee for the showcase.
Here’s a look at some of the artist’s who performed on Thursday:
For more information on IGAA, click here.