Warryn Campbell
American singer and songwriter
Warryn Campbell
Warryn Campbell is an American record producer. He specializes in gospel music and R&B. Campbell originally got his start as a session musician and producer under the tutelage of DJ Quik on his third album Safe Sound.
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Dorinda Clark-Cole's 'I Survived' Debuts in Top Spot - Eurweb.com
Google News - over 5 years
Presenting the best of Clark-Cole's revered vocal and musical talents, “I Survived” features an 11-track mix of songs to uplift the spirit and soothe the soul, with production from gospel industry titans Warryn Campbell and longtime collaborator Asaph
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Duo with local ties releases new album - Columbia Daily Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Other key tracks include “Pray For Me,” and “Best Man,” featuring Warryn Campbell. Check out local stores and online for this latest CD “From Now On.” The duo is also available for concerts and performances. Along with their parents, Bishop Roy C. and
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On the Verge: Karmin - USA Today
Google News - over 5 years
The pace of Karmin's covers has slowed as the duo works on its Epic debut with producers and songwriters like Kane Beatz, The Underdogs, Warryn Campbell and Diane Warren. Still, the karmincovers YouTube channel has generated more than 100 million views
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Judge not...unless you're Mary Mary - The Voice
Google News - over 5 years
“We're have a blast doing Sunday Best,” says Erica, who, it was announced last month is expecting her third child with her husband, music producer Warryn Campbell. (Coincidentally, Erica and Tina both married unrelated men who both have the surname
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Dawkins and Dawkins debut at #4 on Billboard's Top Gospel Albums chart - Examiner.com
Google News - over 5 years
The CD, which is the duo's first release in over 10 years, has reignited the musical world with inspiring gospel songs such as "Pray For Me," the title track "From Now On," and "Best Man" which features Warryn Campbell. Dawkins and Dawkins' modern
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Mary Mary: The Atkins sisters still bigging up Jesus - Cross Rhythms
Google News - over 5 years
Warryn [Campbell, producer] starts making Mary Mary tracks to play Sunday morning-up-tempo choir music. All this insanity helps us vibe. Then we pray. If we are ministered to by [a track's] direction, we continue. The lyrics and melodies must be
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PLAYLIST; Revisiting the Cassette Era and Tito Puente
NYTimes - almost 6 years
Scott Weinrich The music blog Terminal Escape links to digital-sound files of cassettes. And that works in and of itself -- listening through the wrong medium is fundamentally excellent. But here's something very special: recently it posted a link to an old mixtape made by the guitarist Scott Weinrich, a k a Wino. Mr. Weinrich is a respected elder
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MUSIC; Bolstering a Career From the Beginning
NYTimes - about 15 years
HOLLYWOOD parties seldom get any grander than the soiree thrown by J Records after the American Music Awards three weeks ago at the St. Regis Hotel in Century City. There Clive Davis, the label's founder and the legendary producer who took a chance on Janis Joplin and Bruce Springsteen, swapped stories with Carlos Santana. Melissa Etheridge and her
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