Elizabeth City, NC, September 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Woodie Records, headquartered in Elizabeth City, North Carolina and the Brewer Media Group have agreed to a multi-year contract that will provide artists a low cost alternative to recording, song promotion, name branding, media coverage and most importantly long term support. Woodie Records president Woodie Kitchen developed a company misson that actually mentions the word “support” and he feels strongly about this element of his business. “I have seen it time and time again. The artist pays a lot of money upfront for what ends up being an average recording job and then the service provider runs and never communicates with the artist again”, Woodie Stated. “Communication and Integrity are important attributes to me so I have no doubt that our alliance with Brewer Media is going to translate into long term customer relationships for Woodie Records.” The Brewer Media Group owns Southern Gospel Magazine, Gospel 45 Now Radio Promotions, which is both digital download for DJ’s and compilation discs for the artist.
Woodie Kitchen has been a music lover all his life growing up singing and playing the ukulele and guitar. In 2011 he ended his tenure as the bass singer for Anthem Quartet, a part time Southern Gospel group based in northeastern NC, but continues to sing in his local church choir and at other events as requested. Having a strong background in business he was asked to come onboard with Christian music giant MCM Universal, LLC based in Virginia Beach, VA. Woodie attained the position of Vice- President in the company and solidified his standing in the Christian music industry. “You will not find a finer gentleman to do business with”, commented MCM President Mark Carman. Woodie left this position to strike out on his own and it appears that he is making a positive impact very early as a new record label owner.
Woodie uses studios in Virginia Beach, VA as well as in Nashville, TN depending on customer location and desires. He will also work with artists on a “pay-as-you-go” basis if need be. “I am very flexible as to how we meet the artist’s needs and I have an open door policy which means my cell phone is always on,” said Woodie. “Call me if you have any questions or just want to talk through your situation”. Woodie can be reached at 252-312-4224 or emailed at email@example.com.