If you're looking for someone who has easy answers to life's difficult questions, someone who is confident they know everything about the road of faith, you might want to look somewhere else. Christine Glass would be the first to tell you she is none of the above.
Christine's debut album, "Human" was released to critical acclaim in 1997. Christine's ethereal vocal trademarks and musical ingenuity attracted much attention and radio success for the album's singles "Waves" and "Crazy All Around."
After two years of sometimes difficult soul-searching and growth behind her, Christine released "Love and Poverty." The songs on her sophomore outing absolutely resonate with moving vulnerability and insightful honesty about the pain of loss and the joy of love. "Everything you do should be done with this love in your heart," says Christine. "Whether walking, or weeping, in poverty or abundance, I've come to know that love is the ultimate law," Christine reminds.
Following a six-year leave from the industry, Christine teamed with her husband (and producer of the majority of "Love & Poverty"), Marc Byrd on a collaborative project under the name GlassByrd. "Open Wide This Window" was again, critically acclaimed but after experiencing difficulty with their label, the duo left Word Records. Marc went on to pursue another project, "Hammock" and hopefully we'll be hearing some new material from Christine in the near future as well.