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Tom Malkiewicz ( // MAL-kə-wits; born 1980 in Dover, Delaware) is an American sound engineer and mixer best known for his work with Tye Tribbett, Coffey Anderson and the Angelus Temple. He has a bachelors of music with an emphasis in engineering from William Patterson University.
In 2009, Malkiewicz joined the Los Angeles Dream Center. He is the lead engineer and manager of the Dream Center's recording studio. In his time at the Dream Center he has produced, mixed, recorded and engineered albums for well known Christian/Gospel artists and producers.
In 2010, Malkiewicz worked on two albums that ranked in the Christian and Gospel Billboard Top 10. The NY 2 LA album from Press Play hit #3 in their first week.Fresh by Tye Tribbett peaked at #1 on the Gospel charts.
In 2011, Malkiewicz recorded, mixed and produced a live recording and video of Not Your Birthday by Allstar Weekend. The song is featured in Disney's feature film Prom .
In 2012, Malkiewicz mixed the live albumEcho by Jentezen Frankline and produced by Israel Houghton. He also worked on Gravity by Lecrae which won Best Gospel Album at the 2013 Grammy Awards.
In 2013, Malkiewicz recorded the live album Greater Than by Tye Tribbett which won Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Song at the 2014 Grammy Awards. Also worked Israel Houghton, Donnie McClurkin and Marvin Sapp on the film "Im In Love With A Church Girl." Malkiewicz mixed for Jonnyswim
In 2014, Malkiewicz is finishing up Kevin LeVars new album. Malkiewicz also worked and mixed with producers David Ryan Harris and Josia Bell.
In 2015, Malkiewicz worked on music with Jon Bellion. He was also nominated for another grammy with the project he did with Jonathan McReynolds with Iseral Houghton and Aaron Lindsey for Best Gospel Album of the year. He also did the vocals for Iseral Houghton's Live In Asia Spanish tracks.
Aileen Nicole Coleman-Mullen, known professionally as Nicole C. Mullen, is an American singer, songwriter, and choreographer. She was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Donald Andrew "Donnie" McClurkin, Jr. is an American gospel singer and minister. He has won three Grammy Awards, ten Stellar Awards, two BET Awards, two Soul Train Awards, one Dove Award and one NAACP Image Awards. He is one of the top selling gospel artists, selling over 10 million albums worldwide. Variety dubbed McClurkin as a "Reigning King of Urban Gospel".
The Prince of Egypt: Inspirational was one of three albums produced alongside the release of DreamWorks's 1998 film, The Prince of Egypt. This album, including songs written and inspired by the film, featured contemporary Christian music and gospel artists, and was released on November 17, 1998.
Tyrone "Tye" Tribbett is an American gospel music singer, songwriter and keyboardist. He is choir director and founder of the Grammy-nominated and Stellar Award-winning gospel group Tye Tribbett & G.A.
Israel Houghton is an American Christian music singer, songwriter, producer and worship leader. Houghton is usually credited as Israel & New Breed.
Sunday Best is a reality television Gospel music singing competition series airing on BET.
Victory Live! is the third American gospel music album released by Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing on Columbia Records in 2006. Recorded on Saturday, December 3, 2005 at Philadelphia's Deliverance Evangelistic Church, the album features guest appearances from Mary Mary, Hezekiah Walker, Donnie McClurkin, Kim Burrell and Israel Houghton.
John Jaszcz is an American music engineer, producer, and mixer.
WOW Gospel 2008 is a gospel music compilation album in the WOW series. Released on February 12, 2008, it comprises thirty-three songs on a double CD set. It reached 34 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2008, and number one on the Top Gospel Albums chart. The album cover pays tribute to Dallas, Texas.
WOW Gospel #1s included thirty of the number one gospel songs from the past decade on a double CD album. The tracks in this collection have all previously appeared on the annual WOW Gospel compilations. Although not critically well received it still reached number #74 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2007.
Bernard Belle is an American composer, producer and musician. After starting his career as an R&B guitarist, Belle became known as a songwriter for Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston and a producer of gospel music.
WOW Gospel 2010 is a gospel music compilation album from the WOW series. It was released on January 26, 2010 and features thirty gospel hits on a double CD set. The album cover pays tribute to Detroit, Michigan. The album held number one position for several weeks on Billboard's Top Gospel Albums chart, and reached number 40 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2010.
The Rance Allen Group was a gospel music group formed in Monroe, Michigan, and based in Toledo, Ohio, named after its lead vocalist, Bishop Rance Allen.
James Cruz is a Grammy Award winning audio mastering engineer and owner of Zeitgeist Sound Studios in Long Island City, New York.
WOW Gospel 2011 is a gospel music compilation album from the award-winning WOW series. Released on February 1, 2011, the double CD album features thirty contemporary gospel hits. The album cover pays tribute to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The album debuted straight at number one on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart, and peaked at number 29 on the Billboard 200 in 2011.
Chevelle Franklyn is a Jamaican reggae and gospel reggae singer.
Micah Keith Stampley is an American gospel singer-songwriter and actor.
"I Made It" is a song recorded by American singer Fantasia, featuring American singer-songwriter Tye Tribbett. It was written and produced by Tribbett and David Outing for Fantasia's fifth studio album, The Definition Of... (2016). Tribett developed it in collaboration with Fantasia, blending her personal testimony and his experiences with God into the lyrics. Fantasia described it as a highly personal song, explaining that it was about refusing to let people control her and moving forward from her past struggles. "I Made It" is an uptempo gospel record and its lyrics revolve around an appreciation for God and faith.
The Experience is an annual, free gospel music concert held at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos Island, Nigeria. Begun and hosted by House on the Rock lead pastor Paul Adefarasin in 2006, the first concert had an attendance of 70,000 people.
Champion Band is a gospel rock band from Central Ohio. The band was formally founded in 2009 by five members of Amante Lacey and the Life Worship Band, a group formed in 2003. Members are Amante Lacey, Donnell Phillips, Chriss Triplett, Matt Goodloe, and Donnie Reis. Amante Lacey and the Life Worship Band released an EP titled, Champion, in 2008. It was well received by fans and the five core members knew they had something special. This led them to formally create Champion Band. The group toured North American, and gained much success in the Midwest, New York, and Canada. In 2009, they recorded an album in front of a live audience at Greater Grace Temple in Springfield, OH. The album was produced by the five members of Champion at Twelve 3 South Studio in Tipp City, OH, owned by member, Donnie Reis. Their debut LP, Champion Live, was released August 19, 2010.