Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Ginny Owens

Church is always more fun when we host musicians from the previous night's concert.
This week we were treated to the amazing talents of Ginny Owens.

Ginny Owens was born in Jackson, Mississippi, with poor eyesight and has been blind since the age of three. She became a household name as the Gospel Music Association’s 2000 New Artist of the Year. Growing in notoriety as both a singer and a songwriter, winning 3 Dove awards and multiple ASCAP Awards along the way, Owens has sold close to a million records over the course of her career. A top performer on the Christian radio charts with hits like “If You Want Me To,” “Free” and “I Wanna Be Moved” among others, Owens’ music has also impacted mainstream audiences at Lilith Fair, the Sundance Film Festival and the White House.  {ginnyowens.com}

Say Amen {we bought this cd}

2011 – Get In, I’m Drivin’ {amazon.com}


Kris said...

Wow, and what a beauty she is too!
Hey, did you get my emails? Especially my second one??????
xo Kris

Christine said...

What a beautiful voice!
I can see why you bought her CD.

amanda + daniel said...

I think I had her first alubum in High School! "If You Want Me To" is on rotation for soft songs to sing in the middle of the night to crying babies. :) Glad you got to see her perform, sounds fun.

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Oh, so nice to stop by to catch up by visiting with you. How wonderful to have Ginny Owens with you at church!

Thanks for sharing the unusual tip about using VaporRub to prevent dryness. Never would had thought of that :)

Just a little something from Judy said...

Wow! What a meaningful and inspiring blessing this was for me today. Ginny Owens voice and message was so beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing her with us. Makes me want to hear more of her songs.

Kris said...

Hi Mary,
I am having trouble with my email on my laptop. I can't send mail. I have been keeping up on my iphone, but I try to keep the typing short!!!
I found this pattern, and thought you may want to take a look at it, as it seems very easy to follow. It is a basic pattern for a headband and flower. Perhaps you want to try it, and see how it goes. It may be awhile before I can send you the proper instructions from mine.

Dayle ~ A Collection of Days said...

I've always loved her music.