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The Littlest Star

Hardback|Apr 2003
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Chuck Whiting moved to Nashville in 1985 to pursue a career in journalism and music. He handled publicity for the Opryland Hotel before founding his own PR firm on Nashville's Music Row in 1993. Over the years, he has represented...


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Chuck Whiting moved to Nashville in 1985 to pursue a career in journalism and music. He handled publicity for the Opryland Hotel before founding his own PR firm on Nashville's Music Row in 1993. Over the years, he has represented clients ranging from Grand Ole Opry stars The Melvin Sloan Dancers and noted author Candy Paull to TV/radio personalities The Saucy Sisters and the historic Union Station Hotel. A native of Mobile, Ala., Whiting earned a music degree from the University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB) and bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He has won numerous awards for news and feature writing, as well as songwriting.
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The Littlest Star book and music CD package is featured in The Tennessean's Holiday Gift Guide Based on a song heard around the world, The Littlest Star A Musical Story contains fullcolor illustrations by Smithsonianexhibited artist Robert Roberg. The collector's edition is cowritten by Chuck Whiting. The hardcover includes a complimentary CD featuring Margo Smith's radiocharting single, The Littlest Star, and bonus performances by Grammynominated jazz guitarist Denny Jiosa and Nashville Chamber violinist Conni Ellisor. For thousands of years, The Littlest Star remained in God's pocket, longing for the day when he would shine. Just when the little star gave up, turning his darkest shade of blue and crying his biggest tears, God sent him out on the most important mission in the Universe."Roberg & Whiting have done a wonderful job with a unique thought about the star that led the Wisemen to the Christ Child."Sandi DuncanClark, U.S. Gospel News
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Robert Roberg

A native of Spokane, Washington, Robert Roberg's artwork has been featured in the Smithsonian Institution's national tour of folk art and displayed at other fine art exhibitions across the Southeast. A former pastor, he has performed original songs in venues from coast-to-coast.

Chuck Whiting

Chuck Whiting founded his own PR firm on Nashville's Music Row in 1993. He has won numerous awards for news and feature writing, as well as songwriting. He currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

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