A Night of Hope
with Nathan and Christy Nockels
and special guest Eric Hill
We look forward to you joining us on December 10, 2017 at 6:30pm to celebrate this Christmas season with Nathan and Christy Nockels! Reserve your seat today so you won’t miss out on this meaningful Christmas experience for everyone! Seats are limited! Doors open at 5:30pm. A pre-show Christmas celebration is available to our VIP level ticket holders. This celebration includes premium seating, a time to meet Christy, and a professional photo opportunity with a twist!
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Meet Nathan and Christy
Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Christy Nockels was born in Ft. Worth, Texas and raised in Oklahoma as the daughter of a pastor and a piano teacher. She met her future husband and musical collaborator, Nathan Nockels, in 1993 at a Christian artists seminar. The two married in 1995 and began writing the songs that would make up their debut album, Holy Roar, recorded with longtime friends Charlie and Kimber Hall and released under the billing Sons and Daughters.
Upon relocating back to Texas, the duo was championed and eventually signed by Rocketown Records, a small label owned by Grammy Award-winning CCM artist Michael W. Smith. They relocated again to Nashville in 1998 and formed the highly successful Watermark, releasing five albums that resulted in both significant chart success and a handful of Dove Awards. In 2009, Christy launched a solo career with her debut album, Life Light Up, on Six Steps Records. Into the Glorious, her follow-up album, arrived in 2012 and reached number two on Billboard’s Christian Albums chart. After 2015’s live offering Let It Be Jesus, Christy returned to the studio to record her third album, The Thrill of Hope. In 2017 she delivered the full-length Be Held: Lullabies for the Beloved, featuring songs that originated as lullabies sung to her own children.