Nicole Koester Joins the Integrity Music Team

Integrity Music is pleased to welcome Nicole Koester as their new Sr. Manager, National Promotion.  Nicole joins the Integrity team in Nashville after five years with the sixstepsrecords family of artists in Atlanta, GA. Prior to Atlanta, she lived in Nashville, TN, the majority of her time there working for Provident Label Group in marketing and radio promotion.

Originally from Minnesota, Nicole learned from the excellent professors and staff at University of Northwestern – St. Paul and KTIS/Northwestern Media, which sent her into the music industry with a deeply cultivated love of songs and radio.

Nicole is thrilled to join Integrity Music in this role, as she has a heart to help artists do what they are called to do — share the life changing and shaping truth of Jesus — and a love for the radio community and their listeners.

Integrity Music’s desire is to help people world-wide experience the manifest presence of God and resource the church with songs of substance, so everyone has a part to play.

Integrity has equipped Christ followers with cornerstone songs like “Open The Eyes of My Heart Lord,” “Here I Am to Worship,” “In Christ Alone,” “Everlasting God,” “Revelation Song,” “We Believe,” “The Lion & The Lamb” and “Great Are You Lord.”

 The team is as passionate as ever about continuing to create music that will engage people with the truth and hope found in God, to lead them closer to Christ and encourage them as they live out a life of worship.

 

 

 

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