Nannette Vaughan, a lifetime resident of rural Southwest Virginia, was raised in a conservative home with high morals. At the age of 16, as so many of our youth today do, she began to plummet into a life of alcohol, drugs, and abuse. She went from being an honor roll student, to becoming a high school dropout, living on the streets, and even sleeping in cars. God saw through the bruises and polluted blood to find a heart that was desperate for change.
In 1994, God reached down and pulled Nannette out of the nightmare life she had been living for over 7 years She became highly active in church, and shortly after, God began to place songs within her being. In June of 2003, she recorded "In God's View" at Rushing Winds Studio in North Carolina. The project contains 10 original songs, written by her, which focus on what she refers to as "the here and now -- everyday struggles of those trying to serve God."
"I'll Go" the first release from "In God's View" showed up on the Southern Gospel top 300 chart in June of 2004. In November of 2004, one of her latest releases, "Meet Me With Love", place 3rd in the Christian Country Music Association songwriting competition, which was judged by the likes of Gerald Crabb and Laverne Tripp, to name a few. What a Christmas surprise it was to learn that "Meet Me With Love," had also broken into the top 300 Southern Gospel chart. In January 2005, "Freer Than Free" her third release made the top 100 Christian Country Charts.
Nannette Vaughan's music is currently being played internationally with her three latest releases charting in the top ten. She travels thru out the United Stated ministering in word and song. Her prayer is that, through her music, God will renew the long-time Christian, strengthen those who are new in the Lord, and lead those still lost back to the Love and Grace of God.