Music Executive Shawn Christopher’s Six19 Music Inks Distribution Deal With Dream Label Group


Music executive Shawn Christopher, President and Founder of Six19 Music and CEA (Christopher Entertainment Agency) has announced today, a distribution deal with Dream Label Group/Dream Records LLC who is distributed by Capitol Christian Distribution.

Shawn Christopher states, “I am so grateful for this opportunity to team with Dream Label Group for this awesome journey with SIX19 Music! Thanks to David Hanley and the Dream staff for allowing SIX19 Music and its roster of artists the platform to reach believers across the world!”

David Hanley, Founder and President of Dream Label Group adds: “DREAM is excited and honored to join in ministry together with Shawn, Christopher

Entertainment Agency and SIX19 Music!”

SIX19 Music plans to release new music this year from their roster of artists including, 4-time Stellar Award nominated quartet group, The Brown Boyz in July and New Contemporary Christian recording artist Kevin Ward this fall with full length projects from both artists to follow. SIX19 Music also plans to release a compilation project 1st quarter 2018.

Shawn Christopher was once the leading voice of radio in Savannah, Georgia and the Southeast region. With over 20 years of experience in the Radio Industry, his voice and personality had become a staple in the area. In 2013, Shawn relocated to Houston,Texas and accepted the position as Executive Producer of the Nationally Syndicated Gospel and REACH Media radio show, The James Fortune Show hosted by Award-winning gospel artist, James Fortune Shawn now has his own company, The Christopher Entertainment Agency, a full-time artist management, booking and event production company with clientele including, Tim Bowman Jr., The Showers, James Fortune, Gaye Arbuckle,Angel Taylor (formerly of Trin-ITee 5:7) and Darwin Hobbs.

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