Bree Noble lives in Alta Loma, CA with her husband Chris, who is an English Professor at Azusa Pacific University. They are the proud parents of an 8 year old daughter, Julia, and a 2 1/2 year old girl, Abigail. Bree holds degrees in Vocal Performance and Business from Westmont College in Santa Barbara. She has combined her love of music and her business savvy to create an Internet radio station called Women of Substance Radio-WOSRadio.com-that plays music by the best known and unknown female artists. Bree has received songwriting awards in the Dallas Songwriting Contest and the Great American Song Competition. Bree had the honor of singing the National Anthem to a sold out crowd at Dodger Stadium. In 2007, Bree was named Best Female Performer at the Inland Empire Music Awards.
In January 2007, Bree Noble was named Best Female Performer at the Inland Empire Music Awards in Southern California. She was also a finalist in the 2007 En Sound Gospel Music Awards in two categories: Contemporary Female Artist and Christian Contemporary Album. Her powerful vocals and commanding stage presence have captured audiences at large venues such as Saddleback Church and The Coach House. In July 2006 Bree was honored to perform the national anthem in front of a sold out crowd at Dodger Stadium. Those who have heard her will tell you that she has the unusual ability to sing anything from Pop/Rock to Opera. Depending on the event, Bree performs familiar Broadway and sacred pieces alongside her original Christian Contemporary and love songs. Her artistry is enjoyed and admired by people of all different ages and walks of life.
Bree likes to think of herself not as a Christian songwriter, but as a songwriter who is a Christian. She writes about specific aspects of her own Christian walk, but she also writes about problems that are universal like greed, homelessness, racism, loss, and family struggles. Her lyrics explore common emotional issues: apathy, fear, loneliness, mistrust, and seeking joy in suffering. And then there are those special songs that are her most personal, that convey her heart, not just as a woman of faith but as an individual who has learned to overcome great adversity. Bree has Glaucoma and has been legally blind since birth. With songs such as “Running” and “You Are My Vision” she unveils her most intimate feelings about growing up with a disability and how it has affected her life and her relationship with God.
Visit Bree at: http://www.BreeNoble.com