The Christine DeMeo Band
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The Christine DeMeo Band

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The best kept secret in music


"Oaklawn Church of God, Hot Springs, AR"

To Whom It May Concern:

I am writing this letter in recommendation of Christine DeMeo. I have had a number of opportunities to work with Christine and her band. I found her to be consistently dedicated to her art, and true joy to work with.

Christine is the type of artist who is willing to serve in whatever capacity needed. Our congregation has definitely benefited by having her lead worship gatherings for our students on several occasions, as well as providing worship and response music for our very multi-generational church service. Each time she has played at Oaklawn she has been well received, nd the response I have received from having her with us has been very positive. She has an obvious love for Christ.

In addition to leading worship and performing music, Christine always takes time to speak with people after a show or worship gathering. Her willingness to go the extra mile has been an inspiration to students and adults alike.

I highly recommend Christine DeMeo for your event. If I may be of any further assistance, please feel free to contact me.

Grace and peace,

Steve Nelson, lead pastor - Steve Nelson, lead pastor

"First Church of the Nazarene"

To Whom It May Concern,

I am an associate pastor at First church of the Nazarene in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Part of my job is leading worship for our congregation of approximately 500 on Sunday mornings and working with youth and children on a weekly basis. My husband and I met Christine DeMeo a few years ago and immediately were attracted to her talent and creative energy for music and ministry. We have since invited her to play in our worship bad with us, lead worship at our summer camps and play concerts for our youth events.

Not only is Christine a top of the line artist, she is a very genuine and down to earth person to work with. She keeps her message simple, yet powerful. You can sense the Spirit of God in her craft and she very naturally connects with the youth of today. I recommend her to you for any type of event that you may be hosting; be it within the church or an outreach event, a small group setting or a large audience even, Christine DeMeo is lovable, dependable, and professional.

Pastor Stacey Lux,
First Church of the Nazarene - Pastor Stacey Lux

"Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas"

To whom it may concern,

I am Amos Gray, youth Pastor of mosaic church of central Arkansas. We are a multi-ethnic church seeking to bring unity and oneness to the body of Christ. In our Youth ministry we have students from all different backgrounds. They are very energetic and love to have fun.

However, the thing they like to experience the most is the presence of the Lord. There are not a lot of worship leaders who can take students in the Lord's Holy of Holies and High courts of Praise, but Christine DeMeo has done that for us for the last 6 months.

Her love for worship and praise is like none I‘ve seen in a long time. She interacts with the students as if she is talking to each one individually. She is very submissive and humble. She is very teachable and wants to learn.

It would be a benefit to you and your ministry, church or business to have her be a part of whatever you are doing. She will be a blessing to all she interacts with.

In His Grip,

Amos O. Gray IV

Youth Pastor, Mosaic church of Central Arkansas

- Amos Gray, youth Pastor


2005 - Laity - "Surrender" (EP)

2006 - Christine DeMeo - "Seasons Of Change", featuring "Half Of What I Am"

2008-Christine DeMeo-"Manifest"
Featuring "Waiting"



There have been many styles to Christine DeMeo's music, but her love to bring more than just a song to the stage has remained solid. Hearing The Christine DeMeo band means you're listening to a journey that started from small beginnings, to something larger than she had ever dreamed: a life-changing ministry.

Christine says she "really didn't understand the measure to which he had called me or the extent of the sacrifice it would take, but one thing is for sure: following this call of God on my life has been the most passionate and fulfilling pursuit I have ever experienced in my life."

At age 15, Christine became involved in a church youth group in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and accepted Christ as her personal Lord and Savior. She poured herself into her local church and began developing her relationship with God. As soon as she could play three chords on the guitar and find harmony parts, a youth band was born. Her first band evolved from these humble beginnings.

Christine found that songwriting came naturally to her, and she began searching for a new sound for her music. Her new band, "Laity", gave her the chance to sharpen her songwriting skills and to expand her musical horizons. Bringing more of a hardcore sound to the stage, Christine says Laity "was an amazing growing process."

She began to see how God was using her music, and how young people were instantly connecting with her music. After concerts, Christine could be found encouraging a young person. Seeing the need to have a more personal impact on youth in a more meaningful way, she accepted the call to take the position as youth pastor of a church. Her charisma and fresh approach to youth ministry helped grow a small group of 3 into 30 in a matter of weeks. Groups of 75 weren't uncommon by the end of a few months. God would begin to show Christine the real meaning of leadership and personal ministry. "It was then that I realized that I have such a heart for people, especially youth. I learned so many things from those kids, and I would never trade that experience for anything. It grew me in so many ways in my walk with God and provided some major skills that I would need - and have used - with other teens that I have encountered on the road."

Watching these young people refueled Christine's enthusiasm for songwriting. Some of the great songs on the "Half of What I Am" project came from her rich experiences as a youth pastor. As this season of her leadership role came to an end, she felt it was time to assume a "backstage" role. Christine began playing lead guitar for her long-time friend Maria Long. During that year, God really showed Christine, through Maria's ministry, things that helped Christine grow and expand musically and spiritually.

God was dealing with Christine to start playing her own music again. She was very reluctant; she felt unworthy and afraid to go out on her own again, but God reassured her that it was time. With Maria's blessing, Christine pursued the inevitable call God had for her.

In a short time, Christine's ministry has come full circle. Looking back, she sees how all the pieces of her journey, seemingly segmented, fit together for a reason. Her love for sharing her original music has once again found its way to the forefront. Christine has put together a band of her namesake with wonderful, spirit-filled members who love God and are more than a blessing and encouragement to Christine.

The Christine DeMeo Band is at home at almost any kind of venue, whether a worship service, outdoor retreat or camp, or an original show. Their passion for people is evident, whether on- or off-stage. The Christine DeMeo Band's sound attracts both young and not-so-young, giving Christine's music the opportunity to reach more people now than ever.