Krissy Gordon Bio:
Nine years after writing her first song, singer/songwriter, Krissy Gordon, has come out hiding and is soon to take the world by storm with her debut album, “Windows to the Soul” (released on October 6, 2006), featuring five original, Contemporary Christian pop songs, flavored with note-worthy hints of R & B, soul, funk and gospel. While unique in sound and style, Krissy has earned comparisons to Yolanda Adams, Martha Munizzi, Nicole C. Mullen, Crystal Lewis, Darlene Czshech, and R&B legend, Teena Marie. Only three weeks after the album's debut, all five songs have made it and continue to climb the radio charts in the gospel, funky r&b, Christian country and pop soul categories. Not only does that speak volumes for the quality of the album, it also shows its diversity and versatility to meet a variety of listener's taste buds.
Although new on the Christian music scene, Krissy is anything but an amateur. Krissy’s professional demeanor and polished sound makes it seems like she has been performing for years as she continues to impress audiences wherever she goes. However, Krissy’s goal has never been one of fame and fortune, but to minister the gospel through music to the lost, needy, hurting, hungry and homeless. Krissy’s ministry includes such venues as the Charlotte Homeless Shelter, the Salvation Army, Charlotte Rescue Mission, Lanesboro Correctional Facility, and an Outreach Picnic for Women Prisoners at Freedom Park. Krissy was also a featured guest/interviewee on The Spirit Radio as well as a featured guest and performer of “The National Anthem” on WBT Talk Radio in Charlotte. Some of her other accomplishments include 5-time performer of “The National Anthem” @ The Charlotte Knights games, a member of the mass choir for The Inspiration Network’s New Year’s Eve Special and a 2003 participant in INSP’s Christian Artist Talent Search.
Krissy communicates a message through her music with such a captivating and sincere approach that the light of God radiates from her and penetrates into the deepest part of mankind's soul. Her songs are birthed out of love and thanksgiving to God for His saving grace and transforming power, and her lyrics compel people to deep dig within their souls and to seek the meaning and purpose of their lives. Krissy believes, "we can live in the world but not be part of it; this is a journey not a destination. We can choose to go along for the ride, or we can take a stand and pursue the things that God has pre-ordained and pre-destined for each of us."