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Danielle Noonan’s new single is a soothing spiritual respite

J-P Mauro - published on 11/29/17

“Come” is a call to “rest here in my light.”
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Danielle Noonan began leading the music section of her church in East Texas when she was just 13 years-old. The youngest of 14 children and an adoptee, she uses her unique, prayerful insight to “promote the dignity of all people as well as the beauty of Christ, meeting each person right where they are.” Aside from her wonderful voice, Danielle has proficient skill on the piano and guitar.

She released her first EP, Restoration, in 2013, and has since released two full-length albums, The Awaken Project (2014) and Undone (2016). “Come” is her latest single, released in November, 2017. It is the first release from her next, untitled project, which will most likely drop in 2018.

Currently Danielle is traveling about the US with her music, speaking and leading worship at churches as well as festivals, conferences, and retreats. She lives near Houston, Texas, with her husband Chris and her three boys, who inspire her music. Along with her website, Danielle writes a blog in which she talks about her music, living fearlessly, and motherhood.

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