(MEMPHIS, TN) – Current students, alumni, and faculty of Visible Music College will be collaborating with notable Christian songwriters to re-create Rich Mullins’ concept album, “A Liturgy, A Legacy, and a Ragamuffin Band.

The project will be an educational tool for the students in multiple ways, teaching them how to collectively organize, create and promote a record, while using the imprint that Rich Mullins left on the Christian music industry as a foundation. Artists include Independent Country Music Association award winning artist Jason Lee McKinney, noted Christian singer-songwriter Todd Agnew and current Visible Music College students like Andrew Elder of ELDER, among others.

Proceeds from the record will benefit music education on two home fronts. Half of the proceeds will go to Hope In Transit, an organization started as a vision of Rich’s to bring music education to Native America through music lessons and friendship. The other half of the proceeds will be put aside as a scholarship for future projects at Visible Music College to benefit students and communities with music education and ministry.

Students need to raise a goal of at least $3,500 to cover the costs of recording, manufacturing and artist accommodations in order for profits from the record to be focused solely towards giving away to the worthy causes. To find out more information about this project, the cause, or to make a donation, visit our Facebook , Hope In Transit, or our Giving Page.

Visible Music College trains and equips musicians, technicians, and business professionals in skill and character for effective service in the music industry and the Church. Founded in Memphis in 2000 by Ken Steorts, the college now welcomes students at its downtown Memphis campus, through a partner school, SchallWerkStadt, in Holzen, Germany (Fall 2011), and a Chicagoland campus in Lansing, Illinois (Fall 2014). A teaching site planned for Dallas is tentatively scheduled to open in fall of 2015. While getting a rigorous education in music, music business and music production balanced with equal emphasis on spiritual growth and professional development, Visible students make an impact in campus cities by providing accessible music education through the Visible Community Music School and get real music industry experience through the college’s full-service non-profit record label Madison Line Records. Global, Spiritual, Professional, Academic: learn more at

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