Vicki Yohe

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Vicki Yohe
Born (1965-07-13) July 13, 1965 (age 53)[1]
Normal, Illinois, U.S.
GenresContemporary Christian, gospel
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter
Years active1984–present
LabelsGiant, Pure Springs Gospel

Vicki Yohe (born July 13, 1965)[1] is a gospel singer, songwriter, and worship leader. She was born in Normal, Illinois and raised in Rapid City, South Dakota. She sang her first solo at the age of five. Her family moved to Hammond, Louisiana when she was 14.[2][3] At age 19, she accepted the position of music director at a church near Baton Rouge.[4]


In 1992, she recorded her self-titled independent debut album. This brought the attention of Giant Records, who signed her in 1994. She is best known for the songs "The Mercy Seat" and "Because Of Who You Are"—for which she received a Dove Award nomination, and for regularly performing on TBN's Praise the Lord program. It was through her television appearance that CeCe Winans offered her the chance to sign with Winans' new Pure Springs Gospel label. Yohe's first release from the label was 2003's I Just Want You.[4]


  • 1992: Vicki Yohe
  • 1994: Everlasting Love
  • 1995: I Give You Me
  • 1997: He Knows My Heart
  • 2000: The Best of Vicki Yohe
  • 2000: Christmas Presence
  • 2001: Beyond This Song
  • 2003: I Just Want You
  • 2005: He's Been Faithful
  • 2009: Reveal Your Glory: Live from the Cathedral (CD & DVD)
  • 2011: I'm at Peace
  • 2013: Free Worshiper


  • 2004: GMA Dove Award nomination for Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year for "Because of Who You Are"
  • 2006: Stellar Award nomination for the album He's Been Faithful


  1. ^ a b Carpenter, Bil (2005). "Uncloudy Days: The Gospel Music Encyclopedia": 472–74.
  2. ^ Martin, Michel. "Gospel Diva Vicki Yohe On 'Sounding Black'". NPR. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
  3. ^ Jones, Kim. "Not Without Spot or Wrinkle - But Covered With Grace and Mercy". Retrieved December 19, 2013.
  4. ^ a b "A Blue-eyed Gospel Diva Who Seeks "The Anointing"". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved December 19, 2013.

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