Cindy Morgan (singer)

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Cindy Morgan
Birth name Cindy Lavonne Morgan
Born (1968-06-04) June 4, 1968 (age 46)
Origin Harrogate, Tennessee, U.S.
Genres CCM
Occupation(s) singer, songwriter
Instruments vocals, piano
Years active 1992-present

Cindy Lavonne Morgan (born June 4, 1968) is a contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter.[1]

Morgan's 1992 debut album, Real Life, earned her six Dove Award nominations. Her follow-up, A Reason to Live, garnered her another Dove Award nomination.

In 2001, Morgan took a break from her career to dedicate time to her family. During the time, she continued writing songs for several artists. Some of the artists that have recorded her songs are Point of Grace, Michael W. Smith, Avalon, Carman, Rachael Lampa, Michael English, BeBe Winans, Sandi Patty, Jaci Velasquez, Mark Schultz, John Tesh, Christy Carlson Romano and Natalie Grant.

In 2006, Morgan returned to music with her album Postcards. Beautiful Bird was released independently on May 20, 2008. A video for the title track was posted on Godtube the week of the release. Hymns: Some Glad Morning was released in 2010.

Morgan, using her married name, is also one half of the duo St. Lola in the Fields with Jeremy Bose. They released High Atop the Houses and the Towns on October 5, 2010 via Nettwerk.

In the late 2012, Morgan joined forces with singer/songwriter Andrew Greer for Food for the Hungry's "Hymns for Hunger" Tour, helping raise awareness and resources for local and international hunger relief organizations at tour stops across the country. The tour is currently running through 2013.[2]

Morgan is married to author Sigmund Brouwer with whom she has two daughters.

On July 8, 2014 Kris Allen will release the first single, "Prove It To You feat. Lenachka" from his tird studio album "Horizons". The single was co-written by Morgan and Allen.[3]


Cindy Morgan
As Cindy Brouwer



  1. ^ "Cindy Morgan (singer) Bio". Retrieved January 29, 2013. 
  2. ^ Conner, Matt. "Hymns for Hunger: When Faith and Need Collide". CCM Magazine. Retrieved March 7, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Prove It To You". Retrieved July 6, 2014. 

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