Saturday, 30 August 2014

Key Significant Benchmarks in the African American Black Music industry (Part 4).

Paul Wright III

The co-creator of best selling WOW Gospel Series
Twenty -year music executive veteran, producer/songwriter/film and TV music supervisor, composer and multi Grammy, Dove and Stellar winner and nominee, he has held several key positions in the music industry.

Paul Wright was Director of A&R for Bensons Records, Sr. A&R Director for Verity/Zomba (NY), President of Harborwood/Zomba/BMG (NY), President of Nuspring/EMI records (Nashville) and currently GM for SoulStride/EMI (Nashville), and co-founder of 360MusicWorks and Revealution Ministries. He currently has a diverse portfolio of owned companies which include ZipBox Media, the leading company for digital media online and web design, in which he is the co-inventor, 360 MusicWorks a music company that specializes in Music Production, Music Scoring, A&R and Music Marketing services, 360/Soulstride/EMI Records, as well as co-founder of Revealution Ministries a non-profit organization.

As a writer, producer, music supervisor and film scorer, Paul has headed and/or produced on over 200 record projects which include the co-creator of the best selling WOW Gospel Series, Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Donnie McClurkin, Yolanda Adams, Fred Hammond, Hezekiah Walker, Maurette Brown Clark, Lamar Campbell just for starters. Film and television projects include: Made In America (starring Will Smith, Whoopi Goldberg), Preaching to the Choir, The Martin Lawrence Show (FOX), and Full House (ABC).

                                   Researched and compiled by               
                                   Mr K Tomlin Music Historian                   
                                  ©RCM Music/Signaturesoundsonline2013-2014

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