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TMA Signs Turkessa Mais to Management
05-16-2017 | Band News
Turkessa Mais (Boston, MA) is an award-winning writer (Editor's Choice Award from the National Library of Congress) with poetry published in the National Anthology with the National Library of Congress. She is also an accomplished songwriter and CCM/Gospel Recording Artist.
She was previously signed with DreamWorks Records by the late Jheryl Busby, former CEO/President of Motown Records. She is now an Independent Artist with her current album #Saltnation available on all digital outlets. Based on Matthew 5:13 #Saltnation takes the listener on a journey of remembrance, empowerment and inspiration. Several singles from the album have been released to radio both domestically and internationally.
Turkessa has appeared on television specials from Jamaica to the United States and Europe on TV stations including ŇAtlanta LiveÓ and a performance at the Annual Vatican Christmas Concert in Rome, Italy aired on EuropeŐs #1 TV Station RAI TV.
Currently nominated in five categories in the Prayze Factor People's Choice Awards Season 10 Ballot, Turkessa writes all her songs and sings them with conviction and anointing in her efforts to win souls for Christ and to remind us that God Is Love.
Turkessa Mais Management:
The Management Agency | Gary Stripling
Office - 904.745.9151
Online - www.TheManagementAgency.com
The Management Agency is one of the country's premiere independent artist development and management agencies. Our international roster includes artists and bands in India, Australia, Italy, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, and all across the USA.
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