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Tina Weber
Through her unwavering faith, Tina has turned the traumatic events of her past into a source of strength and inspiration for women all over the world facing personal struggles. That same passion and energy is driving her debut radio single ‘Eyes Of Love’ up the charts.

Tina Weber has been writing music since she was a child, a skill that would prove to be a valuable catharsis for her experiences later on in life. Tina, whose personal experiences include divorce, rape and other traumatic incidents, has found a way to channel these experiences to connect with women from all backgrounds that have been victims of abuse and are having difficulty coping with daily life. Her life's ambition is to further help those who are hurting or oppressed through the unparalleled power of music. Yet rather than preach, Tina prefers to tell stories through her music in a way that is subtle, poetic and inspirational. Her arrangements range from classical to country western and she's given thousands of music downloads away every year, testament to her passion for her cause. Tina and her husband have also started an outreach ministry call Dream Seed Ministries and, together, they speak and sing to help inspire others to pursue their God-given dreams. Recently, reporter Blake Wright caught up with Tina to learn more about this amazing humanitarian and artist and her plans for the future.

BLAKE: When When did you first discover your love of music?
TINA: I began writing when I was 13 years of age. Shortly after, I became a Christian.

BLAKE: Your song ‘Eyes Of Love’ is receiving a positive listener response on radio. What was your initial reaction when you first heard your song playing on radio?
TINA: I was humbled and very excited. I felt grateful to have this wonderful opportunity.

BLAKE: What was the inspiration behind your debut radio single?
TINA: I had a dream of heaven through God's eyes, and I wrote the melody and the song within minutes. The words and melody rained down from heaven. It was really inspirational.

BLAKE: Would you say that the mood of your other songs is in the same vein as your debut radio single?
TINA: Yes.

BLAKE: How would you characterize yourself as a musician?
TINA: I am down-to-earth and fun-loving, with a sense of humor. I appreciate the deep things that impact our souls.

BLAKE: Did you come from a musical background? Are there other musicians in your family?
TINA: No, I am not from a musical background.

BLAKE: What do you find most rewarding about being a musician? What do you find most challenging?
TINA: I am able to express my heart through the songs I write, but often times am too critical of my work.

BLAKE: Who are your role models in music?
TINA: I am big fan of classical music, classic rock, Celtic music and country music. I have many artists that I enjoy listening to. Here are some of my favorites: Josh Groban, Celine Dion, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, Natalie Grant, Adele, The Celtic Women, Alison Krauss, Anita Baker and Karen Carpenter, just to name a few.

BLAKE: Describe your best or most memorable performance.
TINA: I warmed up for The Martins at our church a few years back.

BLAKE: Do you have a music video for your hit single? If so, what can you tell us about it?
TINA: I do not, but my dream is to have one!

BLAKE: I look forward to hearing your new music. Thank you for your time. I wish you good luck and continued success!


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