In my book and in the Worship Songwriter Mentorship, I teach you how to self-critique your own songs, but some people just want to have another ear listening and giving feedback on their songs.  If that’s you, then I recommend Kenna West to do your song critiques.


Kenna Turner West is a multi-Dove Award-winning songwriter and three-time
AGM Songwriter of the Year, co-writing hit songs such as “Say Amen,”
“Revival,” and “Small Town Someone.” With nearly seventy “Song of the Year”
nominations, eighteen “Song of The Year” wins, six BMI Awards, and over
thirty #1’s to her credit, Kenna‘s songs have been recorded by artists such
as Jason Crabb, Hillary Scott (of Lady Antebellum) and the Scott Family,
Michael English, The Martins, The Isaacs, Finding Favour, The Booth
Brothers, Karen Peck & New River, Brian Free & Assurance, Jeff & Sheri
Easter, The Collingsworth Family, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Blackwood
Brothers, Joseph Habedank, Gold City, Shenandoah’s Marty Raybon, Wes Hampton
and Adam Crabb of the Gaither Vocal Band, The Talleys, Gordon Mote, and many
more. She has also penned six musicals, including the 2019 Word Music Easter
release, “We Are Witnesses.”

For thirty-five years, the author and board-certified counselor has blended
music, devotional teaching, and humor into a ministry that has reached
across the nation and around the world. Whether she is writing songs or
ministering alongside noted Christian leaders at venues ranging from The
Pentagon to NASCAR chapels to the local church, Kenna‘s life has a singular
call: to creatively communicate the Living Hope found in Jesus Christ.