reached thousands before he recorded a single note. It’s the usual story, just in reverse. His first album 'Ragamuffin Soul' will be out April 27th.
Carlos met with BREATHEcast to talk about his record, personal life, family and ...for more listen to the interview.
About Carlos Whittaker
This story begins in Los Angeles. As the son of a Southern Baptist pastor, Carlos was raised in his father’s
church, where his musical journey began in a less-than-rocking fashion.
“I was in the church hand bell choir, complete with an Afro,” he says with a laugh. “I learned music by
playing the A and C bells.”
He would also learn about singing. Equipped with a tenor voice, Carlos would often find himself performing
the choir’s solo. It was then he first encountered his passion for leading worship.
“I loved helping to carry the moment,” he says. “I enjoyed leading people somewhere through music.”
Handbells soon gave way to guitars, and Carlos began to lead worship in his teens. After a brief detour from
his spiritual roots—what Carlos jokingly refers to as standard preacher’s kid rebellion—he returned with a
passion for his calling. And after being lost and found in his faith, Carlos chose to create permanent
signposts for his journey.
To find more information about Carlos or talk to him visit: http://www.ragamuffinsoul.com/
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