Christina England-Hale

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The voice of Christina England-Hale has been likened to Charlotte Church and Sarah Brightman. Born and raised in Logan, Utah, she says she was singing before she could speak. By the time she finished high school, she had been in over 30 productions. Christina is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and has made many recordings of spiritually uplifting music.

Deseret Book's Shadow Mountain record label signed her and released "Be Still My Soul" when Christina was just 17 years old. Composer Jay Richards partnered with Christina on "Oh, That I Were An Angel", her next album. Her love of classical and sacred music is expressed in an incredible way through these simple arrangements of well-known hymns.

Christina was nominated for 2 Pearl Awards for "Be Still My Soul", and performed at the awards in 2002. "Ave Maria", her track from "Be Still My Soul" was used in the trailer for Twentieth Century Fox's move "Hitman" in 2007.

Christina's current label is England Entertainment/Tanglewood Records.