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NEW SINGLE - "Back Away From The Edge"
Incredibly warm voice: Soothing message

Album "Cyndy Tully - Out Of The Box" was released early fall.

It includes the following songs:

(1) The King and I
(2) When He Was On The Cross
(3) My God Is Real
(4) Days Of Elijah
(5) I Can't Stop Loving You
(6) Everywhere We Go
(7) Mercy Rewrote My Life
(8) Favorite Song Of All



Singer / Songwriter / Musician

Taxi says: "clear vocal tone, perfect pitch, excellent enunciation, and authentic country gospel styling. Vocal harmonies are pure and sweet."

Cyndy says:
One of the many elements from my childhood that helped shape my love of gospel music was the weekly television program, "The Gospel Singing Jubilee," which aired on Sunday mornings. Without fail, every week such gospel greats as The Happy Goodmans and The Blackwoods were invited in through the TV screen to fill our home with music as my family dressed for church.

Later in the day, lots of Sunday afternoons were spent "playing church" in the living room with my good friend, Brenda, who would come home from church with me at every opportunity. While I hadn't quite mastered the art of playing the piano yet, that didn't stop me from "beating out" my best (or worst) rendition of all the gospel songs we'd just heard at church that morning. This "tradition" was a favorite pastime of mine, and I have lifelong memories that still bring a smile.

But, something happened during my teen years that would forever seal my destiny where music was concerned. And for that, I owe a debt of gratitude.

Eternal thanks is due my Uncle Pete, who pastored for many years and is now in his 80's. When I was 15, he approached my parents with a unique proposition. Would they consider changing churches to attend his, so I could play the piano for services there, since he'd recently lost his church pianist?

That would require a major sacrifice by my parents, not only because it would require uprooting from our home church, but also because I was still too young to drive and would need a chauffer three times a week to a church that was over half-an-hour away. Oh, did I mention that there was one more "minor" issue to consider: I had never played the piano for anyone to sing before!

I had learned the basics of playing the piano, thanks to my mom, during the numerous piano lessons at Mrs. Murray's house (on the other side of town) where Mom or Dad had driven me once-a week for a few years. But merely knowing how to play the piano is certainly not the same as playing for a congregation to sing, or scarier still, for an individual's special song!

So, that night at our house, when Uncle Pete heard my parents express concern at both my youth and my inexperience, he had a remedy. He took my two teenage hands into his two mature ones and looked up towards Heaven. He lovingly petitioned God to anoint my hands and bless the music that would be produced through them. Well, thank God, He graciously answered, and the rest is history.

Now, after many incredible years of playing and singing in a multitude of settings, I'd like to say "Thank You" to my Uncle Pete, Mom and Dad (both in Heaven now) and to God for believing in me and entrusting me with such an awesome gift.

Because I'm not an ordinary, run-of-the-mill person, the music that flows from me is a direct result of that. It's "Out Of The Box," warm, and very inviting. Recently, I went into a recording studio and created a lasting legacy to allow others the opportunity to share in the timeless gift I've been allowed to carry. I hope you enjoy the fruit of the labor!