• Interview With Mike Bereal

    in Gospel music,Interviews

    I have a treat for you today!

    Several months ago, I interviewed Mike Bereal over the phone and picked his brain for over 45 minutes!

    (This was way before we knew he’d be doing our next dvd).

    You have got to stop what you’re doing and listen to this, even if you listen to it in the background. You will be blessed!


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    It covers:

    *** What Mike had to learn to go from being an “ordinary” player to a gospel “extraordinaire,” playing for just about every gospel artist you can think of (including the head presiding Bishop over the entire Church of God In Christ denomination… Bishop Charles E. Blake)!

    *** How he thinks differently from 80% of musicians out there and how he approaches chords and progressions to spice them up in unimaginable ways!

    *** The business side of musicianship and how he failed at it for years, struggling to be equal on both sides of the game…

    *** Some insider tips and advice on how to take your contemporary gospel playing to new heights (from someone who’s been on both sides of the fence).

    *** And much much more!


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    Mike Bereal’s GospelKeys Master Class Volume 1

    In this 3-hour master class series, the legendary Michael Bereal, who has played for just about everyone in the gospel industry (Donnie McClurkin, Mary Mary, Kim Burrell, Judith McAllister, Marvin Sapp, etc), will show you how to spice up various parts of your church service by applying his closely-guarded chords, progressions, “runs,” and tricks. By the end of the course, you’ll have new and exciting chords and movements to play during worship, praise, shouting, and even “talking” moments of the service.

    If you’ve always wondered how the professionals voice their chords and movements, then you can’t afford to miss this master class series! Click here to learn more | Buy now

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