Nancy Krebs  Nancy Krebs

Nancy Krebs started singing at age 3, and hasn’t stopped yet! When she was 12, she began playing the violin. That soon led to the guitar and eventually the mandolin. In high school, Nancy began to write songs for Folk Masses and other church services. Ignoring a strong calling to compose full time, she actively pursued a career in theatre, film, radio and TV.

Nancy has performed with professional regional theatres such as Center Stage, Alaska Repertory Theatre and Meadowbrook Theatre. She was a member of the Emmy award winning TV series for PBS called Once Upon a Town. In 1980 she joined the theatre faculty of the Baltimore School for the Arts and since 1981 she has been a member of the Interact Story Theatre.

In 1994 Nancy’s original calling to compose meditational songs of a spiritual nature could be ignored no longer. Turning the process over to God, Nancy spent 4 years composing music and began recording in 1998. With the guidance and support of her husband, Pete Baden, she has recorded and produced 5 albums; all of which are receiving airplay throughout the world. “What a journey”, she says. “God has prepared me for this role all these years. When I look back it’s just like a quilt. This is just what I should be doing.”

Your influences?
My favorite artists have been songwriters–like Jimmy Buffett and Jim Croce, Tracy Chapman and Gordon Lightfoot. As a singer, I’ve always admired Anne Murray and Kathy Mattea–and my all time favorite singer is k.d. lang!

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