Nashville, Tennessee -- Nicol Sponberg’s life cannot be classified as ordinary. She spent part of her growing-up years as a missionary kid in the bush of Africa. She was one-third of the Dove Award-winning Christian group Selah, whose songs still permeate the hearts of listeners.
Nicol Sponberg is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1994||Kim Boyce||By Faith||Background Vocals|
|1995||Tammy Trent||Tammy Trent||Background Vocals|
|1995||David Meece||Odyssey||Background Vocals|
|1995||Carolyn Arends||I Can Hear You||Background Vocals|
|1995||Carman||R.I.O.T.||Choir Vocals, Background Vocals|
|1996||Aaron Jeoffrey||After The Rain||Backing Vocals|
|1996||Twila Paris||Where I Stand||Background Vocals|
|1997||Kim Boyce||As I Am||Vocals|
|1998||Carman||Mission 3:16||Background Vocals, Choir Vocals|
|2000||Carolyn Arends||Seize The Day & Other Stories||Background Vocals|
Nicol Sponberg is an American Christian singer. She was formerly a member of her brother's band Selah under the maiden name Nicol Smith. She is best known for her 2004 album Resurrection and the title song "Resurrection". The third single from her solo album Resurrection, "Crazy In Love", crossed over to peak at No. 13 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and was one of the Top 30 most played adult contemporary songs of 2006.