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Terrence Richburg, Editor-in-Chief
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Terrence Richburg. A native Washingtonian talent renowned for his God given musicianship, from an early age Terrence has amazed audiences with his adaptable, authenticated style and "smooth" delivery. He has performed throughout the country and is characterized by his peers as "The Quincy Jones of gospel," "a musician's musician," and "a producer's producer." He's played with such artists as Richard Smallwood & Vision, Maurette Brown Clark, Vanessa R. Williams , Marcus Johnson, Alyson Williams, Cee Cee Michaela, Yolanda Adams, Aretha Franklin, The Winans, Jennifer Holliday, Tramaine Hawkins, Walter Hawkins, Isaiah Thomas, James Cleveland, Shirley Caesar, and many others. Richburg is an accomplished producer, musician and recording artist well known both in the gospel and jazz communities, who comes with a wealth of knowledge of all musical styles and genres as well as the music industry. He is head of RichEscape Music, LLC, which represents R&R (Richburg and his musical partner, Howard Riley, Jr.) and praise and worship phenomenon Terrell Hunt. In addition, he's Editor-in-Chief of Jazz Gospel Central and is a gifted poet and freelance writer currently writing for the DCGospelNewsUpdate.com, The D.C. Gospel News Update E-zine and The Tehillah Report. He can be reached at info@terrencerichburg.com .

Andrea R. Williams. Andrea is a publicist and the founder of Tehillah Enterprises, LLC, a public relations and advertising company. A former 8-year GRAMMY Awards employee, she brought some of the top names of gospel into the membership ranks of the prestigious organization. She also worked with the GRAMMY Salute to Gospel and helped to start the Washington, D.C. Chapter, helping to make it the fastest-growing GRAMMY Chapter ever. Williams is a freelance writer for Gospelcity.com, BlackGospel.com, Gospel Today Magazine, Charisma, Ministries Today, SpiritLed Woman and Xii Magazine. As an interviewer, she's interviewed dozens of popular artists including Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, Kurt Carr, Donald Lawrence, Richard Smallwood, Tonex, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Byron Cage, CeCe Winans, Tye Tribbett, Smokie Norful, and many others. She's also the founder of DCGospelNewsUpdate.com, a resource for gospel music lovers in the Nation's Capital. She is Assistant Editor of Jazz Gospel Central. She can be reached at info@tehillahenteprises.com .

Debbi Johnson. Debbi is a music industry executive, singer and fan and lover of all things music. She is Founder and President of The Ministry Management Group and GotYoBack Music Entertainment. She works as an artist manager, road manager, business administrator, event planner, and writer. Her present and past clients include such Gospel and Gospel Jazz artists as Kim Jordan, Terrence Richburg, dottie jones, Tony Walker, Angelo and Veronica, just to name a few. She is Music Editor of Jazz Gospel Central. She can be reached at ministrymanagement@hotmail.com .

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