Dower makes dreams come truePublished 9:10pm Friday, January 27, 2012
Dower said an appearance on Bobby Jones Gospel in 2000 catapulted him in to notoriety.
“Everybody remembers me from that,” Dower said. “He (Bobby Jones) would show me on there all the time. He really opened the door to establish me as a gospel artist.”
After recording various soundtracks for movie productions and with appearances in the stage plays “Mama, I Want to Sing!” and “The Color Purple” on Broadway, Dower said he has many more projects in the works — such as opening up a studio, going on tour throughout the U.S. and promoting other artists.
“A lot of things are being talked about,” Dower said.
“I thank God for my management team for believing in me … my other goal is to come to my hometown and open up a business — a Bible bookstore, and a movie theater with 14 screens.”
Dower thanks his two inspirations — Lesley Davidson from New York City, and Marie Allen of Los Angeles, for their ongoing support.
“My two moms, they kept me going every day,” Dower said of his success. “They always kept me encouraged and wanted my career to go to the next level.”
For more information on Dower, visit him at www.arthurdower.com, reverbnation.com/arthurdower or on Facebook.
Dower currently lives in Beverly Hills.