I met Mo Howard last year at the ICM. I had no idea we were actually neighbors. Mo was living in Stephenville Texas and I was living in Gordon, a hop, jump and a skip away.
I started really paying attention to Mo Howard’s post and his music. I loved his heart for worship. In early spring I asked Mo to be a part of a concert that Dream Catcher 3:20 was hosting. He accepted the invitation and helped us spread the word. That night I remember feeling so bad that we did not have a crowd there. It was right in the middle of all the tornado out breaks and it really affected the outcome. What it did not affect was Mo’s heart or attitude. He brought us into a place of worship and fellowship that night. It was such a sweet blessing.
There are so many exciting things going on for Mo Howard and his ministry. Many changes just since I have met him. He has moved to the Nashville area and began a church there. We will learn more about that with his interview.
Please take a few moments and read this interview I did with Mo Howard. Check out his links to his websites and videos. Then go over and download some of his songs or purchase his cd’s.
INTERVIEW WITH MO HOWARD
From a very early age, probably 6 or 7, my mom would send me to the stage. I would tell the piano player the key of the song and the name of the song and away we went. I especially enjoyed the fast country gospel songs in those young days.
Do you write your own songs?
Yes, I have written close to 100 songs and I am currently signed with Bill Traylor of Cheyenne Country as a writer.
If so how do you go about doing so? Is this something you feel you are a natural at or where do you get the inspiration to write from?
What artist would you say has influenced your music the most?
What would you say was the defining moment in your music ministry that you knew that this was what you wanted to do?
What’s your current single on the air waves that we might hear?
Do you have any new projects in the making?
I really love your ministry called Love With No Strings. What inspired this part of your ministry?