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|Born||Victoria Louise Beeching
17 July 1979
|Occupation||Blogger, Writer, Academic Researcher, Media Commentator|
Vicky Beeching grew up in Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom, attending Simon Langton Girls' Grammar School from 11 to 18. She began writing songs from the age of 11, and leading worship since her early teens.
Living in California during the early years of the social media revolution, she was an early adopter of Twitter and WordPress. Beeching writes an award-winning blog, which receives around ten thousand hits a day.
After moving to the United States, Vicky Beeching signed with Sparrow Records and released a 2005 EP, titled The Journey. Her first full-length Sparrow album, Yesterday, Today & Forever, was released on 27 December 2005.
Her second full-length studio album, Painting the Invisible, was produced by Ed Cash and Nathan Nockels and released on 3 April 2007. Beeching wrote most of the album's material, although a few tracks include songwriting from Ed Cash, Matthew West and Joy Williams. Several of the songs for the album were written on Keith Green’s old piano, at the invitation of her mentor and friend, Melody Green.
- Shelter EP (2002)
- The Journey EP (2005)
- Yesterday, Today & Forever (2005)
- Painting the Invisible (2007)
- Eternity Invades (2010)
- Almighty Sound by Johnny Parks (2006, Survivor Records) - "Season Of Singing"
- WOW Worship Aqua (2006, Provident) - "Yesterday, Today And Forever" (from Yesterday, Today, & Forever)
- Precious (2006) - "Extravagant Worship" (from Shelter EP)
- Night Of Joy 2005 (2005, Disney) - "Awesome God" (from Yesterday, Today, & Forever)
- Here I Am To Worship 1 (2004, EMICMG) - "Yesterday, Today, And Forever"
- Here I Am To Worship 2 (2005, EMICMG) - "Stronger Than The Storm" (from Yesterday, Today, & Forever)
- Help Me Hold On - UK worship (2005, Vital) - "Above All Else"
- Anthem of the Free - Soul Survivor 2003 (2003, Soul Survivor) - "Yesterday Today And Forever"
- Festival Manchester (2003, Kingsway) - "Nothing is impossible"
- "Vicky Beeching's Blog".
- "Published Works by Vicky Beeching".
- "Academic Work by Vicky Beeching".
- "Recent Media Appearances by Vicky Beeching".
- "Music released by Vicky Beeching".
- "Vicky Beeching's tweet about her PhD on 6th February 2013: "For all who asked - my PhD is on religion & technology, especially the impact of online connectivity on human relationships & the body."".
- "Vicky Beeching's tweet about moving to London on 30th December 2012".
- "Vicky Beeching's Radio Appearances".
- "Vicky Beeching, "Shelter EP" Review". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved 2009-08-18.
- JourneyEP.asp "Vicky Beeching, "The Journey EP" Review". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved 2009-08-18.
- Mabee, Justin (29 December 2005). "Vicky Beeching, "Yesterday, Today & Forever" CD Review". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved 2009-08-18.
- "Painting the Invisible > Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-08-18.
- Painting the Invisible Review
- Davis, Kevin (7 October 2008). "Great Is Your Glory by Vicky Beeching". Creation Festival. Retrieved 2013-07-25.
- "Press Release from Spring Harvest: – 17 JUNE 2010 GERARD KELLY AND VICKY BEECHING JOIN SPRING HARVEST THEME GROUP".
- Vicky Beeching's Official Website
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