Nicol Sponberg

Like (1)
|

Stay Up To Date

Sorry, there was an error with your request.
Sorry, there was an error with your request.
You are subscribed to new release e-mails for Nicol Sponberg.
You are no longer subscribed to new release e-mails for Nicol Sponberg.
Sorry, there was an error with your request.
Please wait...

Top Albums by Nicol Sponberg



All music downloads by Nicol Sponberg
Sort by:
Bestselling
1-10 of 51
Song Title Album Prime  
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

Listen to full songs


Image of Nicol Sponberg
Provided by the artist or their representative

Latest Tweet

NicolSponberg

RT @GregSponberg: Unfathomable: 336 million babies aborted in China since 1971. That's the US population plus 30 or 40 million. http://t ...


Biography

Few artists in any genre of music possess a more compelling voice than Nicol Sponberg. Warm and rich with a husky texture than imbues any lyric with an extra measure of emotional intensity, Sponberg has always been a "singer's singer" who has distinguished herself both as a solo artist and as a founding member of the award-winning trio Selah.

Truly great artists, however, are more than great voices. They have a way of incorporating life's experience into their work in a way that profoundly impacts others. As she heads into the next phase of her life and career, Sponberg is drawing from a ... Read more

Few artists in any genre of music possess a more compelling voice than Nicol Sponberg. Warm and rich with a husky texture than imbues any lyric with an extra measure of emotional intensity, Sponberg has always been a "singer's singer" who has distinguished herself both as a solo artist and as a founding member of the award-winning trio Selah.

Truly great artists, however, are more than great voices. They have a way of incorporating life's experience into their work in a way that profoundly impacts others. As she heads into the next phase of her life and career, Sponberg is drawing from a rich palette of experience.

The singer-songwriter-wife added another hyphenate last year when she became a mother to daughter Summer. It was a busy year that also saw Sponberg hit the mainstream AC charts with the hit "Crazy in Love." "It's the most amazing thing because I was just being a mom, that's what I was focusing on and then "Crazy In Love" hit mainstream AC radio," says Sponberg. "We would hear about it going up the charts and I couldn't have been more shocked because usually you break your back, you go out and do the promo and radio tour and I wasn't doing any of that." In the music industry, where hit songs are usually carefully massaged up the charts by promotion people, it's nice to see that a hit can still happen organically. There are some songs that rise on their own merit and "Crazy in Love" was one of those records. To Sponberg, the chart success was especially meaningful. "It was so wonderful because it felt like it was a confirmation that things were going in the right direction," she says of leaving Selah to focus on a ministry with her husband. "It felt like we'd taken the right step as a family and God was taking care of this other stuff."

For Nicol Sponberg, God has always been her compass. Growing up in Africa in a missionary family, she saw God's grace and provision early in life. After moving to Nashville to pursue a career in music, she landed a record deal in what might seem like a music business cliché. She was waiting tables at a popular Music City restaurant frequented by Mike Curb and his family. She got to know the music mogul and his daughters as good customers, not even knowing what he did for a living. Someone tipped cousin Benson Curb to the fact that their favorite waitress was an aspiring singer. He loved Nicol's tape and soon after, she was shocked to get a call from Mike offering her a deal. Since then she's released two acclaimed solo projects and spent eight years performing with her brother Todd Smith and Allan Hall as Selah.

Marriage and motherhood provided a transition back to solo status and these days Sponberg is reveling in her new direction. "Being a mom is the most important thing," she says. "You see life through a different lens." In addition to performing select dates this summer, Sponberg is also working on her next project, a worship album. "There's nothing wrong with singing pop songs or a love song and I'll continue to do that too," says Sponberg, "but the main focus is going to be having ministry together with my husband."

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Few artists in any genre of music possess a more compelling voice than Nicol Sponberg. Warm and rich with a husky texture than imbues any lyric with an extra measure of emotional intensity, Sponberg has always been a "singer's singer" who has distinguished herself both as a solo artist and as a founding member of the award-winning trio Selah.

Truly great artists, however, are more than great voices. They have a way of incorporating life's experience into their work in a way that profoundly impacts others. As she heads into the next phase of her life and career, Sponberg is drawing from a rich palette of experience.

The singer-songwriter-wife added another hyphenate last year when she became a mother to daughter Summer. It was a busy year that also saw Sponberg hit the mainstream AC charts with the hit "Crazy in Love." "It's the most amazing thing because I was just being a mom, that's what I was focusing on and then "Crazy In Love" hit mainstream AC radio," says Sponberg. "We would hear about it going up the charts and I couldn't have been more shocked because usually you break your back, you go out and do the promo and radio tour and I wasn't doing any of that." In the music industry, where hit songs are usually carefully massaged up the charts by promotion people, it's nice to see that a hit can still happen organically. There are some songs that rise on their own merit and "Crazy in Love" was one of those records. To Sponberg, the chart success was especially meaningful. "It was so wonderful because it felt like it was a confirmation that things were going in the right direction," she says of leaving Selah to focus on a ministry with her husband. "It felt like we'd taken the right step as a family and God was taking care of this other stuff."

For Nicol Sponberg, God has always been her compass. Growing up in Africa in a missionary family, she saw God's grace and provision early in life. After moving to Nashville to pursue a career in music, she landed a record deal in what might seem like a music business cliché. She was waiting tables at a popular Music City restaurant frequented by Mike Curb and his family. She got to know the music mogul and his daughters as good customers, not even knowing what he did for a living. Someone tipped cousin Benson Curb to the fact that their favorite waitress was an aspiring singer. He loved Nicol's tape and soon after, she was shocked to get a call from Mike offering her a deal. Since then she's released two acclaimed solo projects and spent eight years performing with her brother Todd Smith and Allan Hall as Selah.

Marriage and motherhood provided a transition back to solo status and these days Sponberg is reveling in her new direction. "Being a mom is the most important thing," she says. "You see life through a different lens." In addition to performing select dates this summer, Sponberg is also working on her next project, a worship album. "There's nothing wrong with singing pop songs or a love song and I'll continue to do that too," says Sponberg, "but the main focus is going to be having ministry together with my husband."

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Few artists in any genre of music possess a more compelling voice than Nicol Sponberg. Warm and rich with a husky texture than imbues any lyric with an extra measure of emotional intensity, Sponberg has always been a "singer's singer" who has distinguished herself both as a solo artist and as a founding member of the award-winning trio Selah.

Truly great artists, however, are more than great voices. They have a way of incorporating life's experience into their work in a way that profoundly impacts others. As she heads into the next phase of her life and career, Sponberg is drawing from a rich palette of experience.

The singer-songwriter-wife added another hyphenate last year when she became a mother to daughter Summer. It was a busy year that also saw Sponberg hit the mainstream AC charts with the hit "Crazy in Love." "It's the most amazing thing because I was just being a mom, that's what I was focusing on and then "Crazy In Love" hit mainstream AC radio," says Sponberg. "We would hear about it going up the charts and I couldn't have been more shocked because usually you break your back, you go out and do the promo and radio tour and I wasn't doing any of that." In the music industry, where hit songs are usually carefully massaged up the charts by promotion people, it's nice to see that a hit can still happen organically. There are some songs that rise on their own merit and "Crazy in Love" was one of those records. To Sponberg, the chart success was especially meaningful. "It was so wonderful because it felt like it was a confirmation that things were going in the right direction," she says of leaving Selah to focus on a ministry with her husband. "It felt like we'd taken the right step as a family and God was taking care of this other stuff."

For Nicol Sponberg, God has always been her compass. Growing up in Africa in a missionary family, she saw God's grace and provision early in life. After moving to Nashville to pursue a career in music, she landed a record deal in what might seem like a music business cliché. She was waiting tables at a popular Music City restaurant frequented by Mike Curb and his family. She got to know the music mogul and his daughters as good customers, not even knowing what he did for a living. Someone tipped cousin Benson Curb to the fact that their favorite waitress was an aspiring singer. He loved Nicol's tape and soon after, she was shocked to get a call from Mike offering her a deal. Since then she's released two acclaimed solo projects and spent eight years performing with her brother Todd Smith and Allan Hall as Selah.

Marriage and motherhood provided a transition back to solo status and these days Sponberg is reveling in her new direction. "Being a mom is the most important thing," she says. "You see life through a different lens." In addition to performing select dates this summer, Sponberg is also working on her next project, a worship album. "There's nothing wrong with singing pop songs or a love song and I'll continue to do that too," says Sponberg, "but the main focus is going to be having ministry together with my husband."

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Improve This Page

If you’re the artist, you can update your biography, photos, videos, and more at Artist Central.

Get started at Artist Central

Feedback

Check out our Artist Stores FAQ
Send us feedback about this page