Music group aims to bolster local artists

Nomi Webb, of Lutz, is calling out to local Christian music artists interested in showcasing their work through her organization.

Her faith-based group, Tumbleweed Music Ministry, will present a platform for artists trying to break into the music industry. They’ll be producing their own records to be uploaded to the group’s website.

“I’m really about bridging the gap and bringing people together so that everyone feels inclusive,” Webb said. “My goal at Tumbleweed Music Ministry is to market all the original music that we’re going to be making here.”

In doing so, Webb is working with the Florida Christian Songwriters Association, in a quest to help Christian artists achieve a higher profile.

The group will meet in a space that has production equipment for creating tracks.

Instruments will be available for practice, but musicians are requested to bring their own instruments, too.

Webb, who is a songwriter, will assist those attending to address any areas of concern to them, and there will be an open forum for discussion.

She also will encourage group members to help each other to build their skills and to motivate each other.

Those attending also will have the opportunity to share personal testimonies and talk about their spirituality.

The first meeting will be on June 22 from 10 a.m. to noon, with sessions meeting at the same time on following Saturdays.

Those interested in joining the group should contact Webb for additional details and the location of the meeting space. To reach Webb, call (813) 358-3142, or email moc.l1569014152iamg@1569014152evitc1569014152elloC1569014152gniti1569014152rwgno1569014152SztuL1569014152.

Tumbleweed Music Ministry
When: Starts June 22 from 10 a.m. to noon. After that, the group will continue meeting on Saturdays, at the same time.
Cost: Free
Details: Nomi Webb is hosting a Christian music production group to help local artists’ work gain notoriety.
Info: To find out where the group is meeting and for more information, call (813) 358-3142, or email moc.l1569014152iamg@1569014152evitc1569014152elloC1569014152gniti1569014152rwgno1569014152SztuL1569014152.

Published June 12, 2019

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