Country, Adult Contemporary
Musik and Film
“When I first heard the musical stylings of Carol Strickland, the freshness and frankness captured me. His well-developed vocals are not only crystal-clear, but they also demonstrate the transparency of his inner self. As I came to know him through various radio interviews and casual conversation, his raw honesty projected in his music became more apparent and appreciated.
Without any pretentiousness, the singer/songwriter is true to his craft and easily demonstrates his compassion for each lyric, whether it concerns an abusive father in “Bitterness and Pain”, a love on the verge of being lost as in “Pouring Rain,” or an anthem of encouragement to givers in “Help Your Fellow Man.”
His “Good Intentions” project is a wonderful collection of a man who feels deeply for life, sings from the soul, and reminds all of us of our frailties and faith. It is his portrayal of faith and understanding of the struggle often to maintain it that sets Carol Strickland aside from other tune smiths.
Wayne Morton Operations Manager (Ret.) 96.3 WGOG
“Bro Carol, I was so overwhelmed by your anointed rendition of Mark Lower’ys song “Mary did you Know” Sunday morning at Golden Corner Church, that I could not express myself to you after the service. The Spirit of GOD ministered to me in a powerful way for two days! In almost thirty years of ministry, I have never been so affected!! Please record that song ASAP. The world needs to experience the annointing of the HOLY SPIRIT you were used to bring to it!!! Praise His Holy Name!!”
WGOG’s country music DJ Wayne Morton.
“Look out Nashville. Look out world. Here comes CAROL STRICKLAND!! I have never know a celebrity before, but I do now.” Nancy Simpson
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