Contact: Bill Keller, Liveprayer.com, 727-420-7005, [email protected]
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 27 /Christian Newswire/ -- Liveprayer.com, the world's largest interactive Christian website with over 2.4 million opt-in subscribers worldwide, is launching a 6 month search for the top artists in Christian music. This worldwide online search begins this week and will end at the end of August 2008 when a winner is determined in each of the 4 categories: soloists, duets/groups (2-8 members), bands (instruments), and choirs (9+).
Each artist will upload their music video between 2-4 minutes onto the LivePrayer website and the voting will be done by visitors to the site. The winners in the duets/groups, bands, and choirs categories will each receive a $10,000 cash prize. The winner in the soloist category will win an all expense paid trip for two to Nashville to work with one of the Christian music industry's top producers to create a CD the artist will own the rights to.
Liveprayer.com founder Bill Keller states, "I am excited to offer this opportunity for gifted and talented artists who use their gifts to glorify the Lord in churches all over the world, to have a worldwide platform to showcase their great talent." Keller said that over the next 6 months, Liveprayer.com will not only showcase some great Christian music, but has no doubt God will use this contest to open the doors for the winners and many others who enter and are looking for an opportunity to make music their life's work.
Those interested can go to www.liveprayer.com and click on the Christian Music Artist Search icon in the Special Features section of the homepage.
In 1999 Keller launched LivePrayer.com, which has become the most successful online faith outreach in history. Since its inception LivePrayer.com has responded personally to more than 60 million online requests for prayer. Additionally, Keller's "Live Prayer" devotional is received daily by more than 2.4 million e-mail subscribers, making Keller's devotional one of the most read e-communications in the world.