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Daniel G. Mullin, ARCT, B.Mus.

Daniel Mullin

From the age of 3, Daniel fell in love with music and began a lifelong journey via the Royal Conservatory of Music and the University of Toronto's Bachelor of Music in Performance program. Early on his parents discovered that he had perfect pitch and had a gift of composing and improvising original music. During his University years his passion shifted from a purely classical style to incorporating contemporary genres such as jazz, gospel, R&B and Caribbean rhythms. He wrote numerous songs for soloists, gospel choirs, contemporary worship, jazz & urban contemporary ensembles. And since 2007 Daniel has been the musical co-ordinator and songwriter for Roatan Alive Mission (www.roatanalive.org). Out of the experiences of touring, studio work, solo performance, collaboration with other artists, and working as a Worship Director, Daniel developed a passion for working with artists and writing and producing hope-filled music for recording and public performance - ultimately to lead people towards the One who is the true source of eternal hope.

Benjamin Porter, M.Div.

Benjamin Porter

In Benjamin's early childhood he was captivated by drums and percussion sounds and watching Ringo Starr and Buddy Rich performing on TV. After studying with Greg Richie, the Canadian youth drumming champion, Benjamin gained a great understanding and respect for styles from jazz, r&b, rock, hip-hop, and contemporary worship music. From this foundation, he was able to perform and record with many different artists and producers, which led to touring and radio airplay. He has taught drumming for many years and participated in various clinics, concerts, choral and theatrical performances. Benjamin's passion for people and the ministry and his seminary training have inspired him to seek to develop and promote artists to use their musical gifts to bring hope and healing, for God's glory.

Ben is also endorsed by C&C custom drums.


Email: music@hopeward.net

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