Purple Theater LIVE was created and founded by Joe Charter Wirkus, a musician with roots in Nashville, Iowa, Illinois, and Nevada. He has been in the music industry over 30 years and has published a multitude of songs, Google “Joe Charter Music” Like many musicians, Charter held down a day job to support his passion. The platform included music video productions released to the public consistently over years and accelerated video equipment build up resulting in a music studio that can do audio and visual productions efficiently. The studio in Des Moines Iowa is called “Purple Theater” in which Charter will be hosting other local and regional musicians by producing these types of live music shows each and every week.
SUPPORT ME, MY MUSIC AND MISSION, THE PURPLE THEATER LIVE MUSIC SHOW.
For many years I have produced music for the public. Even though sales are helpful such as downloads and other type of purchases the congress of the USA have made it more and more difficult for independent artists. Please consider helping me continue producing new material by making a quick donation. You will be rewarded by getting exclusive insights into my various missions and chances to critique new songs before they are released to the public. Please use this PAYPAL link , you would not believe how much this helps me. Over the years I have spent thousands of dollars on studio production equipment, instruments and so much more! God bless you for trying to help me with my goal to produce a “top ten” hit before I die!
Donate to support me, my music and the studio. Visit https://www.joechartermusic.com/
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