Church of Scientology Hosts Seminar on Power of Performance

Top Quote Grammy winning arranger and composer David Campbell helps newcomers to the music industry learn the basics of success. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 08, 2012 - The Church of Scientology has a unique mission in Nashville - help aspiring artists learn the basics of life and living so they can be successful in their art. "Artists uplift society," says Rev. Brian Fesler, Pastor of the church, "Our founder, L. Ron Hubbard, knew that artists influence others and that this could be positive or negative. If artists have are doing well spiritually, they can uplift people and the society will flourish."

    This is why David Campbell, an arranger and composer at the top of his game, gave a seminar to aspiring musicians on "The Power of Performance - Basics for a Successful Career" on June 4th.

    In the world of arranging and composing there are few, if any, who have matched Campbell's production. He has worked on over 450 gold and platinum albums including Death Magnetic (Metallica), Minutes to Midnight (Linkin Park), KISS Symphony: Alive IV (KISS) Spirit (Leona Lewis), These Days (Bon Jovi), Fallen (Evanescence), ANThology (Alien Ant Farm), and various albums by his son Beck.

    He has worked with the finest names in music including Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Beyonce and Radiohead. Most recently his arrangements are found on Adele's 21 where David did the string arrangements of five songs including "Rumor Has It." His albums have received 232 Grammy nominations, 50 Grammy awards and 2 Oscars.

    "Campbell's seminar was very hands-on," says Fesler, "The attendees were brought on stage one by one and personally coached by Campbell and his wife Raven Kane. Each one walked away a better performer, and more confident."

    To find out more about the Church of Scientology's upcoming seminars, call 615-687-4600. For more information about David Campbell, visit

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