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As the award-winning CCM duo Watermark, Christy Nockels and her longtime collaborator/husband Nathan helped to spread the good word to an awfully big flock during the late-'90s praise & worship boom. On Life Light Up, the former Dove Award winner for Female Vocalist of the Year ditches her partner (figuratively) for the solo circuit, resulting in an elegant collection of polished, faith-based folk-pop that retains Watermark's country roots while introducing a more contemporary, radio-ready production style.

Biography

Born: December 21, 1971 in Fort Worth, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Christy Nockels was born in Ft. Worth, Texas and raised in Oklahoma as the daughter of a pastor and a piano teacher. She met her future husband and musical collaborator Nathan Nockels in 1993 at a Christian artists seminar. The two married in 1995 and began writing the songs that would make up their debut album, Holy Roar, recorded with longtime friends Charlie and Kimber Hall and released under the billing Sons and Daughters. Upon relocating back to Texas,...
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Life Light Up, Christy Nockels
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Christian & Gospel, Music, Rock, Praise & Worship, Gospel, CCM
  • Released: Jun 02, 2009

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