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Hometown Stockbridge, GA
Genres Indie Pop, Urban
Band Members Tamara Coleman; Sanchez Dixon (musician); Alex Maddox (... » more
Achievements Best-of-100 Top-10 Top-10 Top-10 Top-10 Top-40
Upcoming Shows None
Contact Information:
Artist / Band Member
Tamara Coleman 404-788-5029
Artist / Band Member
Priestly Stephenson 404-988-3358
# Years Experience Performing Live: 2
# Live Perfomances Past Six-months: 50
Market Draw: Corporate Events: 201-250; Churches: 301-350; International: 451-500
Venue History: FESPAM - Brazzaville, CG
Discography: The Rhythm Road Project LP—2010

Turning Pointe (Atlanta, GA) is a contemporary gospel quartet that unites four talented artists with soulful voices and a passion for music. Turning Pointe’s eclectic sound bridges the divide between old and new, while preserving the messages of love,...







Reached 83rd in Best of Urban chart in 2011. In the top 100 for 2 weeks.
Top 10 in Gospel , June 2011
Top 10 in Gospel , May 2011


Technical Requirements


Four (4) microphones and four (4) Microphone stands for vocals by performers. *One boon microphone stand if possible for pianist for the piano during performances.

One (1) PA system minimum eleven (11) inputs for medium and large venues

Four (4) armless chairs or stools

One (1) mic for Keyboard amp with (1) boom stand

One (1) bass amp



Four (4) armless chairs or stools

One (1) mic for Keyboard amp with (1) boom stand (if applicable)



Venues need to have a quality PA system suitable to the size of the venue. Small ~100 Watts, Med ~200-300 Watts, Large (over 300 people) 400 watts and up.

The PA system should have at least two (2) monitor speakers (one (1) for each performer), reverb, EQ, and a minimum of five input channels.


PA system should include: mixer w/ a minimum of 11 inputs, main output section, main amplifier, monitor (AUX) section, separate monitor amplifier, reverb, and EQ.



Venues should provide appropriate electrical outlets (and appropriate transformers and adapters) for our equipment, all of which have standard U.S. plugs and standard U.S. 110 voltage.


A private, secure, smoke free area for musicians and instruments back stage.  The group will need to check the concert venues shortly after arrival. Sound-check should be done with venue's sound engineer.  To optimize time, sound check should be scheduled as close to performance time as possible. For example, if performance time is at 8:00, schedule sound check to begin at 6:00 and run until 7:15. This will allow the venue to maximize their time during the day. The quartet will need at least one (1) hour to sound-check and rehearse. Please note that all audio equipment should be completely set-up by the time sound-check is scheduled to start. Sound check should begin promptly when the group arrives at the venue, to check sound-levels, equipment, acoustics, etc. Please plan on having the sound technician arrive well before the group with enough time to adequately prep any audio equipment before the group arrives.


Venues planning outdoor concerts should make sure that stages are covered to protect performers and equipment from the elements. Rear and side of stage should be open and electric fans should be available for performers if it will be warm. Where stage lighting is available, the quartet would prefer some illumination on the audience so the performers can see them. Bright lights are permissible for the stage but should not blind the musicians. Where dressing rooms are available, they should be locked while the performers are on stage.


While the artists appreciate their fans, audience members should not be in the dressing room area before or after the concerts. The quartet would like to meet people in the green room or in front of stage following the performance for 10-15 minutes but would appreciate the opportunity to freshen-up, first. Please provide unopened, bottled water (non-carbonated!) and light refreshments for the artists at all activities, especially performances, sound-checks and master classes. Please provide a meal for the artists at performances when travel or scheduling does not allot adequate time to eat.

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