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Gentle Whispers

by Katie Warren

piano-driven melodies, thoughtful lyrics, and warm, storyteller vocals
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. Gentle Whisper
3:35 $0.99
2. Overcome
3:12 $0.99
3. Dry Well
3:42 $0.99
4. Loss of Innocence
4:26 $0.99
5. Love Will Come Around
3:46 $0.99
6. Open Our Eyes
3:05 $0.99
7. The Difference
3:21 $0.99
8. Saints & Martyrs
3:46 $0.99
9. Love You Anyway
3:50 $0.99
10. Overwhelmed
3:26 $0.99
11. Lullaby
2:48 $0.99
12. There Is a Fountain
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Album Notes
The Creator of the universe longs to have a relationship with you. The all-powerful, all-glorious God who spoke light into darkness and whose voice commands the thunder and rain sometimes chooses to reveal Himself to His children intimately - to speak to us in gentle whispers. It was in moments like these that the songs on Katie Warren's debut album were written.

"The songs on this album were not written in one particular season of life," Warren explains, "so they do not all share a common theme or subject matter based on what I was learning in a given period of time. Instead, the songs together reflect different lessons learned through many seasons of life. The commonality between the songs is that each one was written as God was gently and intimately whispering a new truth to my heart."

Katie Warren began singing original songs at a young age. Armed with her blue Fisher-Price voice recorder, she'd sing about whatever was on her 4-year-old heart. The Dallas, Texas native began taking piano lessons at the age of 8 and by the time she was in 5th grade singing solos in church, she had realized her love for using music to share a message.

Although throughout high school she wrote songs, helped lead worship for her church youth group, and was active in her school and church choirs, in college Katie spent more of her time being involved in campus organizations and pursuing her degree in Marketing. She did, however, continue to write songs and landed a marketing internship at a Christian record label in Nashville. In the spring of her senior year as she was prayerfully considering moving to Nashville to pursue a career in the music industry, Katie met and began dating a young man who lived in Houston, Texas. After graduation, instead of heading to Nashville, Katie moved to Houston to continue dating and eventually marry her husband, Jarrod.

For a few years, Katie enjoyed being a newlywed and working a corporate job while leading worship on Sunday mornings at Second Baptist Church. However, after singing some original songs at church, music finally found its full-time focus in Katie's life as friends began encouraging her to make a CD of original music. One of those encouraging friends, Jeremy Good, also happened to be a producer and strongly urged her to work with him on a project. She explains, "I felt as though these songs I'd written were just sitting in my head and heart - and what purpose was that serving? Our goal and prayer in making this album has been that one of these songs in some small way might encourage a listener or draw people closer to their Creator."

Thus, Katie sifted through her collection of original songs, gentle whispers heard through the years, and created her first album. At age 25, and in the Lord's perfect timing, she is now sharing these songs with you and hopes they might be a part of your gentle whisper moments with an Almighty God.



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Geoff Warren

Great album, wonderful songs!
Really enjoyed your music and I'm about to buy your whole album. Really wonderful and inspiring music.

Michelle Clark Harp

Love You Anyway
"Love you Anyway" is a favorite of mine. She sang this song at my wedding. Listening to it brings back memories.