About the Artist
Rebecca Roubion’s latest release, Christmas Lights, is a project that began six years ago when Rebecca experimented by recording demos of Christmas music. Here we are six years later and Rebecca is ready to share her interpretation of Christmas classics including “Silent Night,” “Joy To The World,” and “What Child Is This", alongside her own fresh and original compositions “Stay The Holiday,” “A Lot To Give,” and “Christmas Lights.”
When asked about recording these Christmas classics, Rebecca explained that, “There was definitely magic in the studio. Rediscovering these familiar classics was a journey for me. I wanted to revive them while staying true to the writer’s interpretation.”
Rebecca’s goal when recording Christmas Lights was to give the album a very natural feel. While tracking cello on “Silent Night,” the faint roar of rolling thunder can be heard in the background, seemingly striking at the perfect time within the recording. Rebecca’s favorite aspect of recording is that art cannot always be planned, it simply needs to come together naturally.
Raised in the Heart of Dixie, the Mobile native went on to study public relations at Louisiana State University, and has since been busily building her brand in Music City. In the fall of 2012, she executed a 164%-funded crowdsourcing campaign, connecting with her fans and resulting in the production and release of a duet of debut concept EPs, “Fields” (2012) and “Forests” (2013). Her single “Break”, was featured on 2014’s Nashville’s Indie Spotlight album, followed by her next single release “What Love Looks Like,” which was featured in last season’s finale of Pretty Little Liars.
(Bio provided by the artist)