Cindy Church

Cindy Church
Origin Bible Hill, Nova Scotia, Canada
Genres Country, folk
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active1987-present
LabelsStony Plain
Associated acts Quartette
Ian Tyson
Websitewww.cindychurch.com

Biography

Cindy Chapel is a Canadian nation and folk designer. Chapel released three studio room albums on Stony Basic Information and was nominated for Greatest Country Woman Vocalist in the Juno Honours in 1995 and 1996. She actually is also an associate from the award earning group Quartette.

Early life

Church was raised in Bible Hill, Nova Scotia.

In 1984, Cindy Church, along with guitarist Nathan Tinkham, joined up with Ian Tyson's band, the Chinook Arch Raiders. Cathedral sang history vocals on three of Tyson's albums. In 1987, Cathedral and Tinkham became a member of the traditional nation music trio Great American Orchestra founded by Neil Bentley, Dave Hamilton and mandolinist David Wilkie. The group documented an record for Sony Music Canada and received a 1990 Juno Prize nomination for Greatest Nation Group or Duo. Cathedral launched a single profession in 1992 using the release from the one "THE STREET to House." Her second one, "A Tune for Brent," was documented in honour of Brent Berezay, who became a paraplegic carrying out a rodeo incident. Arises from the tune visited the Tune for Brent Culture.Church won Feminine Artist of the entire year on the 1993 Alberta Nation Music Honours. That same season, she became a member of singer-songwriters Sylvia Tyson, Caitlin Hanford and Colleen Peterson to create the united states and folk group Quartette. Quartette gained the Canadian Nation Music Association's prize for Vocal Cooperation of the entire year in 1994 and received three consecutive Juno Prize nominations for Greatest Nation Group or Duo from 1995-1997. Peterson was compelled to keep the group when she was identified as having cancers in 1996. She decided to go with her friend Gwen Swick to complete for her.Cathedral issued her debut single album, Like on the number, in 1994. Included was the very best 20 solitary "Rockabilly Center." She received a nomination from your Canadian Nation Music Association for Feminine Artist of the entire year, and was also nominated for Greatest Country Feminine Vocalist in the Juno Awards in 1995 and 1996. Her second studio room album, Slightly Rain, premiered in 1995.Church's eponymous third recording premiered in 1996. The recording presented a duet with Ian Tyson on the song compiled by Tyson, "EXACTLY WHAT DOES She Observe." The cooperation led to a 1998 Juno Award nomination for Greatest Nation Group or Duo. Chapel continues to execute as an associate of Quartete, who released their sixth studio room album, Down in the Good, in 2007. She actually is also an associate of the group Lunch time At Allen's and performs inside a tribute to Hoagy Carmichael, "The Nearness of You."During the summer time of 2016, Church was carrying out with singers Marc Jordan, Murray McLauchlan and Ian Thomas in the group Lunch time At Allen's, in several towns and small cities in Ontario, Canada. She also continuing her involvement in Quartette having a month-long Dec tour.

Discography

Albums

Year Name 1994 Love about the number 1995 Slightly Rainfall 1996 Cindy Chapel 2012 Sad Tracks Make Me personally Happy

Singles

Year Single May Country Recording 1992 "THE STREET to House" — Like on the number 1993 "A Music for Brent" 19 Non-album music 1994 "Rockabilly Heart" 19 Like on the number "Love on the number" 43 "This Oct Day time" 32 1995 "My Wishing Space" — "Even now a Fool" 40 Slightly Rain "Looking to Rope the Blowing wind" 50 1996 "Never Got More than You" 60 "Sleeping Alone" 68 "Lovely Dreams of You" 72 Cindy Chapel 1997 "My Baby" 54 "Enthusiast Make sure you" 44 1998 "Wichita" — "Whispering Pines" — "—" denotes the solitary failed to graph or not released

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