Nicole Unser grew up on country music, from Reba McEntire to George Jones and Lee Ann Womack. Something about their honest, heart-felt lyrics connected with the Spokane, Washington native whose career has taken her on a winding journey through Nashville, Tennessee and Austin, Texas, down Mississippi backroads and around sun-dappled New Mexican mesas. Along the way, Unser has collected stories her own and others' turning them into songs about the goodness of God amidst the heartbreaks of life. As she says, "In my heart of hearts I'm a storyteller… sometimes I need to sing to do that."
And in the tradition of great storytellers, Unser serves up insight and truth with a genuine love of people and a salt-of-the-earth manner that is all her own. Her latest story, "Fear You Don't Own Me," is a declaration of freedom found in Christ and is delivered in Unser's raspy-sweet[…] Source: Christian Music