Lynda Randle

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Lynda Tait Randle (born February 7,[1] 1962), alto singer of southern gospel music, was born and grew up in the inner city of Washington, DC.

Gaither Homecoming[edit]

Randle is most well known as a Gaither Homecoming artist and markets a number of singing videos[2] featuring her mellow alto voice in gospel music, particularly southern gospel.

Other outreach[edit]

She also heads Lynda Randle Ministries in Kansas City, Missouri. Randle on 2009 March 21 became one of the main artists featured by Feed the Children as a fundraising solicitation for contributions.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Randle lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with her husband Michael Randle and two daughters Patience and Joy.[4] Randle has four sisters. Her brother is Michael Tait of dc Talk and Newsboys.[5]

Discography[edit]

  • 2003 – Timeless: Favorites From the Homecoming Series, Gaither Gospel Series [6]
  • 2004 – A Tribute to Mahaila Jackson
  • 2005 – God On the Mountain
  • 2005 – Christmas
  • 2007 – Hymns, Gaither Gospel Series
  • 2007 – Lynda Randle Live, Gaither Gospel Series
  • 2008 – Woman After God's Own Heart
  • 2009 – I'm Free
  • 2011 – Timeless 2, Gaither Gospel Series
  • 2012 – 'Til the Storm Passes By, Gaither Gospel Series
  • 2013 – Ageless Hymns: Songs of Hope, Gaither Gospel Series
  • 2015 – Ageless Hymns: Songs of Peace, Gaither Gospel Series
  • 2016 – Ageless Hymns: Songs of Joy, Gaither Gospel Series

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