Phil Newman

Phil Newman
 
Phil Newman has always loved words, music, and words about music. A University of Tennessee-Knoxville journalism grad, Phil has written for multiple publications including Fortune magazine, Best of Business Quarterly, the Nashville Banner, Aspire magazine, HarperCollins, Salem and Journal, among other outlets. Phil runs his own PR/editorial shop, NewManifest Communications. He, his wife Robin, their three teenagers, and the family shih-tzu and tabby cat make their home in Franklin, just south of Music City.
  • Mark Lowry: The Way You Make Me Feel
    (DECEMBER 2015) Mark Lowry welcomes prodigals with a message of love and grace...
  • The Booth Brothers: Still Singing As One
    (AUGUST 2015) Life is full these days for the Booth Brothers Trio as they move beyond a season of transition into a new chapter with a busy touring schedule and a recently released album, STILL.
  • River Of Hope
    (JUNE 2015) For Karen Peck & New River, 'Pray Now' is as urgent a cry as it sounds.
  • A Barn-Raising... Gaither-Style
    (APRIL 2015) When Bill Gaither was visiting Feek Farm, the charming home of artists and friends Joey + Rory in tiny Pottsville, Tennessee, he had an epiphany — that turned out to be as right as rain on the roof of the farm’s barn-turned-concert-hall/studio.
  • You've Got Personality!
    (FEBRUARY 2015) Throughout the Homecoming family — just like in every family — a wide range of temperaments is on full display, from the most emotional extroverts to the most reflective introverts ...
  • Peak Performance
    (DECEMBER 2014) The Gaither Vocal Band moves mountains on the first album featuring its two newest members.
  • Play Me Some Gospel Music
    (OCTOBER 2014) Country music group Alabama’s Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook and Bill Gaither all called in from three different states for a chance to chat about their latest project for Gaither Music…
  • Cliff Barrows: Springtime in Winter
    (AUGUST 2014) At 91, Cliff Barrows still can’t keep himself from singing. . .
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