Description of Timeless by Patti Sobchak
This album is a masterpiece souvenir collection of Christian Country, Southern Gospel, Contemporary Christian, Country, and Western classic and original songs featuring duets with the artist and Gospel legend Dottie Rambo and Country great Marty Raybon.
This specially designed digipak three panel album is a beautiful souvenir and collector's item and has been nominated for a 2009 Dove Award. It was produced by Gene Higgins, Founder of HMG Nashville, who does backups on the two duets with the late Dottie Rambo, "Queen of Gospel." Why TIMELESS? Dottie Rambo has been a "timeless" figure as an international singer and songwriter and has blessed so many souls throughout her music ministry. Rebecca Linda expresses her pride in having had the opportunity to perform duets on two classic Gospel songs written by Dottie, one of Gospel's most important names, and a Country duet with former Shenandoah lead singer and Grammy award winning Country artist Marty Raybon.
The ten songs released from this twelve song album have already scored hits across five music genres including Christian Country, Southern Gospel, Country, Country Western, and Bluegrass. Most of the songs were written by the artist's songwriter husband, Robert Frank Smith, including "Texas And Tennessee" which scored big in Country Western music and internationally at New Music Weekly. Another song written by Robert Frank is "That Living Water" that has a DVD music video available and was a smash hit in both Christian Country and Country music genres. Another song by Robert Frank, "Everlasting Love," went to No. 1 in Christian Country and was also a hit in Southern Gospel and Bluegrass. The final song on the CD is "Hope," written by Rebecca Linda, that is the beautiful faith-filled story of the adoption of three siblings by their son and wife, formerly a childless couple. One music review by Frank Roberts for HamptonRoads.Com says about this album and the artist, "The life enriching release often addresses troubles that can be overcome if one has faith. Rebecca Linda doesn't try to overpower. She tries to inspire and she succeeds." Rebecca Linda sings with a smooth, rich, and warm alto voice that delights fans and DJs alike. She was a Top 5 Nominee for Female Vocalist of the Year with 2007 Inspirational Country Music (ICM) Awards in Nashville, Tennessee and Robert Frank was a Top 10 Nominee for Songwriter of the Year.