Nicole C. Mullen
Nicole C. Mullen grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio with 2 sisters. Her musical talent was evedant at an early age and blessed by her parents and grandparents. In 1991 and again in 1992 she released independent albums through the indie label Frontline Records. But her main focus in the '90s was backup. She was a back dancer and choreographer for Amy Grant and she sang backup vocals for Michael W. Smith, the Newsboys and even Larry Boy. In 1998 she shared the Dove award for Best Song of the Year with her husband David Mullen for the song On My…
Marc Mykula
Marc Mykula was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Music became his passion at a young age and after joining the worship team at his local church he began to write his own music. "I want to write music that helps people make that connection with God during worship...to swim out of the fishbowl and experience deep water...the depth of who God is." In fall 2006 Marc released his debut album entitled "All 4 U" featuring 10 fresh, original worship songs. Opening for Sonic Flood with the Outbreak Band, touring Europe in a jazz ensemble, and leading worship for…
Toby Mac
Kevin Michael McKeehan better known as "Toby McKeehan" better known as "Toby Mac" gew up in Washington DC. Toby met Michael Tait in 1984, while they were still in high school and they very quickly became best friends. Together they went to Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. In 1988 they released a tape they made called Christian Rhymes to a Rhythm. They invited a classmate, Keven Max to join them and called the group DC Talk. They sent a demo to Nashville and were signed by ForeFront records and recorded their self titled Debut album in 1989. That album was…
Manuela
Manuela Wuthrich, better known as just "Manuela" was born in Kenya to Kenyan and Swiss parents, lived in Switzerland for a couple of years, then came to Canada. But it wasn't until she lived in the Bahamas during her high school years, that she became interested in music. She taught herself how to play the guitar and piano and began singing. She started leading worship at her church. She then moved back to Canada and went to Briercrest where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Music Leadership. She then moved to Vancouver to pursue music. She has now settled…
Jachin Mullen
Jachin Mullen was born and raised in Red Deer Alberta. As a little boy he sang in Church, at local festivals, competitions and many local live productions. At the age of 11 he sang on a record with children's entertainer "HuggaWugga". At 16 he went on a trip to the Philippines, but the team's piano player could not make at the last minute. Jachin, with a only a few years of childhood piano lessons under his belt, was chosen to fill in. He practiced hard and it sparked a desire to play music. He soon started to lead in youth…
Naomi Striemer
Born in Putnam Valley, NY Naomi is a duel citizen of CAN/USA. She was homeschooled on a hobby farm in Malagash Point, NS. At age 11, her family moved to MB where she recorded an album of Christian music. Prior, Naomi had never watched television nor listened to the radio. At age 15, her family moved again, this time to Orlando, FL where she became familiar with life in the recording studio. Striemer was signed to Epic Records in one of the last major record deals offered. Naomi moved to Los Angeles, CA and recorded an album with Grammy-award winning…
NewSong
NewSong started in 1981 at Morningside Baptist Church in Georgia with Eddie Carswell, Billy Goodwin, Eddie Middleton and Bobby Apon. They recorded 3 independant albums in that single year before signing with Covenant records. Their first album, The Son In My Eyes, was released in 1983. The following year they signed with Word Records and released an album called The Word. That was followed by Trophies of Grace (1986), Say Yes! (1987), Light Your World (1989), and Living Proof (1990). After that album they left Word and signed with Dayspring Records and released a "Best of" album called One Heart…
The Newsboys
Newsboys is an Australian group that's been around since 1985. With John James on vocals, Sean Taylor on bass, George Perdkis on gutar and of course Peter Furler on drums, they originally called themselves simply "The News". In 1987 they were signed by Refuge Communications and came over to the US. They changed thier name from The News to The Newsboys so they the wouldn't get confused with Huey Lewis' band and Phil Yates replaced George Perdkis on gutar. Thier first album Read All About It was released in 1988. They then signed with Star Song records and Jonathan Geange…
Britt Nicole
Brit Nicole started singing in church in North Carolina at the age of 3. After graduating high school at age 17 she had a scholarship to study music at Belmont College in Nashville, but decided instead to stay home and pursue a career in music full time. She released two independant albums before meeting with Sparrow Records. They told her to develop her style and come back. In 2007, at the age of 22, Britt Nicole's first album Say It was released. Britt Nicole's album, The Lost Get Found, was released in 2009. On January 1, 2010, a compilation titled…
Plumb
Tiffany Arbuckle was born in Indiana but spent most of her childhood in Georgia. Growing up she would sing at school and church. After high school she enrolled in nursing school. To help pay her tuition she started working as a backup singer. She began focusing her attention to music full time. She moved to Nashville where she met Matt Bronlewee, one of the original members of Jars of Clay. He was living next door. When she was signed to Essential Records at age 20 she had him co-write and produce her album. She and her band called themselves Plumb…
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