Centricity Publishing has added Frankie Orella, a phenomenally talented songwriter, artists and musician. Frankie currently resides in Nashville, TN with her husband Spencer.
Centricity Publishing has added Christian Hale, an incredible producer/writer to it’s roster. Christian currently resides in Franklin, TN with his wife Leah.
Kyle Williams’ Winning Song, “Getting Started” Recorded By Aloe Blacc And Featured In Upcoming Film “Hobbs & Shaw
Centricity Publishing has added another beloved and talented writer to it’s roster. Matt Armstrong is a songwriter and producer who currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife Kate and their son Samuel.
(L to R: Centricity Senior VP of A&R John Mays, VP of Publishing Chad Segura, Lauren Daigle, General Manager Steve Ford)
Centricity Publishing has added another talented young writer to it’s roster. Patrick Mayberry is a worship leader and singer-songwriter living in Chicago, Illinois.
Centicity Publishing continues its dedication to great songs, with the addition of three talented staff writers to its roster. Jeff Owen, Isaac Peabody and Kyle Williams have signed deals with the publishing division of indie label Centricity Music.
Centricity Publishing artist writers, Jon Lowry, Chad Mattson & Jonny Diaz were honored at the 2017 American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) Christian Music Awards, held Tuesday, September 19 in Franklin, Tennessee.
New Centricity artist and songwriter, Jordan Feliz has quickly found his groove in CCM, as his debut single, “The River,” has become a multi-week #1 hit at NCA for ten weeks and CHR for seven weeks. Jordan explained in a recent interview with Hallels.com just after the release of his first CCM album, Beloved: “The River” stems from John 7:38: “Whoever believes in Me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them.” The song is truly an invitation to everyone. To the person who feels they have lived their life by the book, or to the person who feels they have so much baggage and are ashamed to take it to Jesus. It’s the opportunity to go down in amazing grace and to rise up, being made new.”