Erin O'Donnell was an American Contemporary Christian music singer. She grew up near Jacksonville, Florida before going to the University of Miami Frost School of Music. She earned a degree in Jazz Performance and met her husband, Brad O'Donnell, with whom she began her recording career (he was her songwriter and bassist). She began recording in 1996 and toured with NewSong, Susan Ashton, and Greg Long. In 1998, she hosted the national Women of Faith Conference radio broadcast. Erin is one of the first recording artists to be signed through the internet.
After twelve years of traveling as a recording artist, Erin and her husband Brad wanted a bit more routine for their family. Erin got off the road, went back to school and studied interior design, which continued to spark her creativity. Now she is a realestate agent in the Franklin - Cool Springs, Tenessee area.
Erin lives in Brentwood, Tennessee with her record executive husband and their three children.