Newsletter 28 January 2014
Top 10 do’s and don’ts for backing vocalists. Plus a coupon for our harmony DVDs.
Backing vocalists provide vital vocal support for the worship leader. It’s the ultimate act of humility, which means your job is the most difficult of all but what you do is extremely valuable because you have the same instrument as the congregation. If you get it wrong everyone notices but if a bass player or a guitarist gets it wrong, only bass players and guitarists in the congregation notice. Read our Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts for Backing Vocalists. Plus get a coupon code for our Harmony and Backing Vocals DVDs.
Flash sale on Advanced Keyboard DVDs
Save money on our Advanced Worship Keyboard DVDs when you buy before the end of January.
Interview: how to do “All Age” worship really well
Jo Squires leads BIG Ministries who specialise in children’s worship. They have increasingly been helping churches with ‘All Age’ services – which they see as quite different to exclusively ‘children’s worship’. Here Jo shares some tips and advice on All Age worship.
The original portable “missionary” keyboard
We’ve found a “missionary piano” dating from the 1800s. It was constructed to be portable to enable missionaries to take their music with them on their travels.
New research shows the positive legacy of missionaries in last two centuries
Far from imposing colonialism on their adopted countries, new research shows the positive work of 19th century missionaries.
Thanks for reading
Andy and Marie from Musicademy
P.S. Don’t miss our most recent releases – The Worship Guitar Collection, The Worship Bass Collection, The Worship Keyboards Collection, the Super Chord Chart bundle pack, the Beginning Worship Guitar Course plus Workbook Songbooks and Training Tracks and of course Worship Backing Band DVD Volume 2.