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My Story & My Music my songs have been life-savers to me. In 1977 I came to know Jesus as my Savior. About two years later I started writing Gospel music. By that time I had married my husband Jim and we were blazing a new trail in our journey through life. I had no designs on joining Jim to drive an Eighteen Wheeler. But in time, through many circumstances, I joined Jim driving an eighteen wheeler, driving down the highways, singing, The CB Name I went by was "Songbird". Paul Harvey told our story on his noon news broadcast, calling me Songbirdcindy. Songbird gradually became my professional name, as God opened doors to Trucking Events, Churches, and later resorts and events across the nation. I had been writing Gospel and Country songs for years, so now I began singing them to the Truckers via the CB radio - in the Night- driving down the Inter-states. When I sang, drivers would ask me if I had my songs on an album for them to buy. God arranged for me to go to Nashville to record my first album, called "A Song in the Night". A lot has happened since those days. My husband who was older than me, died from Cancer and went to be with the Lord. He and I finished well... and deeply in Love in spite of many trials and difficult circumstances. His last words to me "I'll always love you." "You were a gift from God to me!" "You are my jewel!" We finished Well." But that end was the beginning of a new season in my life. Randy and I met two yrs later and Married in 2010. God is doing a new work. God opens doors. He is in control- The past, present and future are still in His Capable Hands. I am recovered now from a near fatal car accident in 2008 when I coded and came into the presence of the Lord... His Holiness. It changed my life. I am writing a book and released a new cd on Amazon called Shine Your Faith by Songbirdcindy Sincerely, Cindy