FORT MILL, SOUTH CAROLINA (PRWEB) November 18, 2013
MCM Recording Artist, Cindy Hughlett has been honored by the International Academy of Music Arts and Sciences by receiving two prestigious awards at the 2013 Artists Music Guild. The honors include Song of The Year Award “Love Struck Me” and Female Artist of The Year Award. "Love Struck Me" was performed and co-written by Cindy Hughlett and Terrance Allan, produced by Wally Moyers.
The International Academy of Music Arts and Sciences, Inc. recognize the artistic achievements of select individuals with their AMG Heritage Awards. The AMG, founded by Emmy Award winners, David L Cook and Chris Nowels, began the Heritage Awards to recognize and present twenty five awards to artists in various categories. Despite the term music in the organization’s title, it umbrellas all forms of artistic expression.
According to MCM president, Mark Carman, Cindy is presently in production of a brand new CD featuring more wonderful original songs pended by the award winning artist. This release to be titled “Something Old – Something New” will include new songs as well as adaption of popular standards that Cindy presents during her live concerts.
Cindy was born in Texas, daughter of a preacher of a little country church. She was singing by the time she could talk and began piano lessons when she was six years old. Influenced by Amy Carmichael and missionaries that would visit their church and share their testimonies, God stirred a desire in her early childhood to become a missionary.
A significant portion of the proceeds from sales of Hughlett’s recordings are donated to International Cooperating Ministries, A Hampton Roads, Virginia based organization that builds churches in impoverished regions all over the world. For more information on the music and ministry of Cindy Hughlett: http://www.cindyhughlett.com