Benny to Beyonce (Google eBook)

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Xulon Press, Apr 1, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 398 pages
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Benny to Beyonce-Finding God s Perfect Pitch for Your Life Is your life out of tune? Meet the Master Tuner 396 pages of history, humor, and healing in troubled times I have thoroughly enjoyed reading Benny to Beyonce. Your insights take me to a new level of understanding His perfect plan and a new feeling of comfort for being one of God s crazy musicians. Dr. Aubrey Tucker, Chairman Dept. of Fine Arts, and big band program, Houston Community College, N.W. One cannot fail to be inspired by the potential of a changed life after finding God s perfect pitch for your life. Douglas Yeo, bass trombonist, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Faculty New England Conservatory of Music to introduce us to the One and only Maestro. I trust you will enjoy this unique and creative devotional book, and in so doing, find God s Perfect Pitch for Your Life. Dr. Ed Young, Pastor 2nd Baptist Church, Houston; World TV Broadcast The Winning Way Author Profile Jerry Stitt, an accomplished musician and public speaker, is well established in the Houston music scene. He was guest columnist for The Houston Musician, local 65-699, selflessly worked with youth and adult musicians/singers for more than fifty years. His performances covering four continents include a congressional dinner, an audience of 18,000 in Vienna, Austria, and many years as a symphony tuba player. He plays gospel sax with his vocalist daughter, Merribeth Deaton and can be heard on their CD, A Love Like This. Stitt is a recent inductee into Houston s Gospel Music Legends, on the 42nd anniversary of the Gospel Music Workshops of America. You will enjoy reading Benny to Beyonce Finding God s Perfect Pitch for your Life, a collection of 53 popular song titles and biographies from the Benny Goodman big band era to the contemporary.
  

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