Nashville Christian Songwriters made its debut on the Red Carpet at The 49th Annual Dove Awards on Tuesday, October 16th, as we captured over a dozen spontaneous interviews with Dove Nominees and Winners such as Chris Tomlin, Cory Asbury (“Reckless Love”), Taranda, Carrollton, and the iconic CCM Artist and multiple Grammy® and Dove Award winner, Russ Taff.
Best known for his songs “We Will Stand” and I’m Not Alone,” Taff has defined male vocal artistry for over four decades despite a behind-the-scenes battle with alcoholism stemming from childhood trauma at the hands of an alcoholic father and an abusive mother.
A new movie entitled “I Still Believe” released in over 700 theaters this week for a one-night performance with a brief description still available with a trailer from Fathom Events HERE.
Taff spoke with us for a lengthy 7-minute interview on the Red Carpet describing his struggle with alcohol and the shame he felt as he represented the Gospel as a singer, his new documentary-style movie, and a new worship album releasing November 2nd entitled “Believe.” Accompanied by daughter Maddie Taff, Russ was warm, gracious, endearing and all we’ve known him to be despite his own inner conflicts.
The NCS Boot Camp is an eight-week ONLINE mentoring and coaching experience led by NCS Managing Partner, John Chisum, an industry leader and veteran with over 400 songs recorded in his career.