Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville Helps Artists Boost Careers

Top Quote In April this year, the Church of Scientology hosted the oldest of the Wooten Brothers, Regi, for a seminar about his approach to delivering a great performance. This past weekend he delivered part two on how to become a full-time musician. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 16, 2014 - For more than five years, the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville has hosted seminars by successful artists for up-and-coming artists to help them in how they approach their career and life. These seminars have been a public service to the community and have helped many artists in Nashville and surrounding areas feel more competent and ready to take off in their careers.

    One such seminar was held this past weekend with guest artist Regi Wooten, the oldest of the Wooten brothers, who delivered a seminar on "Becoming a Full-Time Musician." The seminar gave insightful information on how to make a career out of one's passion.

    Wooten was glad to return to the Church to deliver his seminar on music. He is known worldwide as "The Teacher," and was teaching his little brothers Joseph and Victor when he was only 9 years old.

    Corinne Sullivan, president of the Church says, "A Celebrity Centre has a special mission to help artists. When you elevate the artist, you uplift the entire community." The Church, located at 1130 8th Avenue South, has also recently booked a series of seminars with celebrity musicians and visual artists to assist the blossoming talent in Nashville over the next few months.

    For more information on upcoming events at the Church of Scientology, visit the Church's website or call 615-687-4600.

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