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Dave Brown "The Gospel Trumpet Player" has become a well known musician and worship leader in the gospel music community. His dynamic and soulful style of trumpet playing includes elements of of Contemporary Christian, traditional Gospel and gospel jazz styles. In addition to playing the trumpet, Dave is also a singer who often leads worship while playing his trumpet.

The clear and distinctive sound of Dave's trumpet is becoming more and more recognizable on the the international stage as God has opened doors for him to minister at various high profile concert venues, churches and conferences across the USA, Canada and the Carribbean.

During his years of ministry, Dave has had the opportunity to share the stage with many notable worship artists including, Alvin Slaughter, Ron Kenoly, Martha Munizzi. Phil Driscoll, Fred Hammond, CeCe Winans as well as Shirley Ceasar, Yolanda Adams and the Toronto Mass Choir just to name a few.

"Based out of Toronto, Canada, Dave enjoys the opportunity to travel and share the gospel through his music ministry. In recent years, God has opened doors for him to teach in seminars and retreats on the topic of music, musicianship and worship. Dave feels that it is important that musicians understand the role they play in setting the atmosphere for worship and the spiritual climate where transformation can be experienced.

"Music that is played under the anointing of the Holy Spirit, once released into the atmosphere, cannot return void."

Dave is currently promoting his CD projects "Instrument Of Worship" and "Instrument Of Worship Vol.2" produced by award winning producers Samuel Williams and Roy Oomen.

These worship CD's are a culmination of years spent in prayer and practice, and are an expression of the passion Dave has for inviting people from all walks of life into the presence of God. Filled with such awesome worship songs as, How Great is our God, Agnus Dei, How He loves us, Above All, I could sing of Your love forever and Awesome God, all  who have heard these albums agree that it is the start of many more great works to come.

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