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Music Producer Marion Robinson To Work With Noted Nashville Songwriter
Marion Robinson a music producer will be offered opportunities to write with Nashville's noted 'wordsmith' Milliea McKinney. McKinney award winning and noted for her contributions and songwriting auditions for the legends of country music.
She recently wrote a song of inspiration to donate to humanity as a educational awareness movement concerning the importance of music lyrics and how they are being abused in music today.
Her concern is that our youth whom are influenced by celebrities, and artist might be getting the wrong message.
That message being graphic, sexual, and violent in nature in mainstream music. The song was recorded by legendary Ray Charles', daughter Sheila Raye Charles. This is where Milliea, was introduced to Marion Robinson Sheila's personal Music Producer.
After the introduction and the song 'We Are Hope' was recorded Milliea, and Marion began talking more on a regular basis which developed into a shared compassion for music and the future possibilities of further projects.
McKinney, an oldschooler in the industry, while Marion a developing student in the great industry of music.
McKinney, says, 'Marion has so much undiscovered talent, and it is just a matter of time before someone in the Christian Music industry truly discovers what he has to offer to the the churches and to the message christian music could bring to life.'
There is no secret what God can do says, McKinney. As she brands a five star thumbs up for the talent of one Marion Robinson.
Marion's, work can be found at most music web sites sonicbids, reverbnation, including the work he produced on Milliea's song 'We Are Hope'
McKinney says, she sees great things in the music future for Marion, and encourages those in the search for a 'Great' Music Producer, to take a look at what they are missing out on.
When it comes to music the reputation of one Milliea McKinney, should be considered as she has worked with the some of the best and has gone on to be legends in their time maybe that is why she is so respected and loved in Nashville.