TAG Artist Group, LLC was formed in 2004 by industry veteran Dan Huisinga. TAG is a part of his continuing personal mission statement, “To increase the sales and marketing of Christian music throughout the world”. TAG offers a home to new and established artists who are ministering on a national level and have the ability to commit to national marketing campaigns.
The Well is a multi-site church, meaning one church in many locations. Each campus feels very different, but all share one faith, one purpose and one biblical teaching. There are different bands leading worship at each location, and we are excited to share their music with the rest of the world.
Greg McKinney, the owner of topic media, is the Minister of Music at St. Stephen’s Church of God in Christ in San Diego, CA. Greg was a mentor to Tim “rocdomz” Trudeau throughout the 90s, and taught him much of what he knows about production and the recording studio.
Urban D. has released 7 full Hip-Hop albums and performed/spoken at over 1,000 venues across the U.S. and in 6 different countries. He is looked at as a pioneer in the Christian Hip-Hop Community as he started the Flavor Fest conference, Soulmag Magazine, Authored several books. He also serves as the lead pastor at Crossover Church which is known as one of America’s most innovative churches.
Travianna Records believes that music needs no boundaries. They believe music is meant to be experienced, to be participatory—and they believe that it’s able to stretch its roots deep into your heart and plant a seed that carries the essence of all that came before and all that is yet to come.
The Tunnel Rats are founded by Dax Reynosa in the early nineteen nineties. This dynamic group consists of musicians, songwriters, MCs, producers and graphic designers.
Their debut album Exprience in 1996 made a big impression in the holyhiphop scene and is regarded as a classic by many. The Tunnel Rats consisted back then of the following members, the crew Future Shock, LPG (Dax & Jurny Big), Peace 586, Raphi and Zane.
The name Tunnel Rats is taken from the nickname of American soldiers, who needed to check tunnels on bombs in the Vietnam War. American troops were active in Vietnam from 1965, until their official withdrawal in 1973. Dax used to be a “tunnel rat”.