A St. Louis girl with Southern roots - her mama's family from Tennessee, and her dad full of St. Louis heart and soul, Becky grew up listening to Dolly Parton and Harry Connick, Jr. all under the same roof. Her dad would regularly kiss the family good night before heading out to another band job every weekend, and it didn't take long for that same music passion to come alive and become a part of who Becky is today. Becky has been singing in front of crowds since she was a little girl and after high school, she was ready to head South to grow her world along with her love of music. She landed at Lipscomb University in Nashville and found a natural fit with Pat Flynn (band leader) for the annual “Cowboy Show”. It was during these performances that Becky first experienced the thrill of singing with a professional line up of Nashville all-star musicians behind her; and cemented her trust in making Pat her first choice to produce her work. As opportunities opened for Becky to pursue singing as a full-time career, her priorities shifted focus to marriage, family and memories back in the Midwest. As is often the case, God opened additional avenues for her to pursue her love of music while simultaneously loving her role as a wife and mother. In 2010, Becky found herself in Shock City Studios recording a song influenced by her nephew, Spencer, during Christmastime. His innocent question inspired Becky’s dad to write that question into a new song. Becky provided the voice, and soon released a single as an independent artist that would become a world-wide smash hit, "Where's the Line to See Jesus". This initial splash put Becky's voice around the world and now includes a YouTube video that continues to climb higher into the millions every year. In 2012, Becky and her husband decided to move back to Nashville to raise kids and deepen their own family roots. Becky has continued to write and record with some of the industry's very best.
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