Jennifer Neal Creasey joins Revival Music Company’s Radio Promotions Team

Jennifer Neal Creasey (pictured left next to CCM artist TobyMac), a popular radio host in Virginia Beach, VA, is joining Revival Music Company as the Radio Promotions Director. Creasey, who has worked in Christian radio since 1993, is currently heard on Current FM Positive Hits Radio. She is also the Social Media, Indi Artists, and V.I.P Coordinator for SonRise Music Festival held annually in the Virginia Beach area.

Revival Music Company (RMC) has garnered major success since 2014 with notable artists like Cory Barnes, Terrance McCoy, Sam Butler (The Blind Boys of Alabama), Revival Worship Movement (Joseph Stallings III, Sharon Jackson) and Melinda Isley. RMC was created by Terrance Howell, a former police officer who had once joined the force in Franklin, Virginia, hoping to make a change in his community.

Each day, Revival Music Company brings unity and healing to diverse communities through the power and influence of music.

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