Laurie Hanson Roberts - website


Mission Statement

to bring a message of the hope and grace of God through the power of music


Bio

Listening to Laurie Hanson Roberts sing allows one to experience her genuine heart and deep passion for music. From singing with "Heartland", a Dallas-based country and western band, to singing on the stage of the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Laurie's range of style has brought her much acclaim. The beauty of Laurie's voice is mesmerizing. Her audiences hang on every crystal clear note.

Laurie is a native of the Dallas area and grew up singing in local churches. She knew from an early age what direction her life would take. While in high school, Laurie began her singing career by singing for national gatherings of Mary Kay and Home Intereriors and churches throughout the North Texas area.

Laurie holds music degrees from Baylor University and graduate degrees from SMU. While pursuing her studies, Laurie became a much sought after studio musician. Her versatility and ability to sing most any style landed her in some of Dallas' most prestigious recording studios.

She has literally sung all over the world. From being featured at the International Church Music Festival in Coventry, England, to churches in Germany and France, to providing the music for the international gathering for Al-Anon in Salt Lake City, Laurie's music moves and inspires all who hear. Her training is classical, but her style is contemporary and deeply spiritual.

Amidst her busy traveling schedule, Laurie has always felt a strong connection to the local church. She serves as minister of music and worship for Grace Avenue United Methodist Church in the growing area of Frisco, Texas. When not on the road, Laurie can be found leading the music for this dynamic congregation.

Laurie resides in Frisco with her husband, Bill, also a musician, and their son, Jacob, an aspiring musician.