If you looked at my playlists you would see a very diverse collection of music. I've always liked different genres and styles. As an artist and writer I had a hard time picking a label for what genera each song I wrote was or where I fit. I'm like why do I have to decide can't I just do what I do?!
I love old classic country and the new kind of country that gets so much flack for not really being "country music!" Do I agree with them? Yes, it's not twangy. Yes, they started
My first calling in life was and always has been a worshiper. One of the very first songs I ever wrote was called Made to Worship.... I, I was made to worship you I, I was made to worship you To bring you glory in everything I do Oh I, I was made to worship you The very first place discovering my voice and songwriting gifts were in church. The overcoming of my fear and crippling stage fright was a strength given to me by God and worked through in the walls of my church in f
I have been through hell and back and tried to hide that from the rest of the world. I felt like in my weakness the fact that I could hold it together as a picture perfect mask for everyone to see showed strength. I felt like people needed to see hope and if they found out the truth about me and my struggles, my family, my marriage, or my hell it would cause them to lose hope or faith in God, in humanity, in life, and love. In case you don't know that's a lo