Anastasia Brown

The Sound of  The Shack
Music Supervisor  Anastasia Brown
She calls a soundtrack, “The gift that keeps on giving after you see the film.” For music supervisor Anastasia Brown, the book and now film, The Shack, were even more than that. The message affected her personally and it was a project she couldn’t imagine not being part of. Brown has served as music supervisor on several Hollywood films and television series’; she has multiple Grammy nominations, and even an Oscar nomination for her work on August Rush. Risen caught up with Brown in Nashville to talk about how this story changed her life and how she got Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Kelly Clarkson and more artists to lend their voice.
Interviewed exclusively for Risen Magazine in Nashville, Tennessee
 Risen Magazine:  With 22 million copies in print, The Shack has touched so many lives.  How did the book impact you?
Anastasia Brown: Back in 2009, I had what I call a personal tsunami. We had a tragedy with a suicide in my family, ...

 

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