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Kristie Linley-Sibley is a professional singer & recording artist with a voice that can “transcend to your heart and minister to your soul.” If you look up the meaning of the name “Kristie” you will find that this modern all American name means “Anointed.” What a coincidence that Kristie’s parents, Gloria Whitfield-Linley & Hiram Linley were going to name her Kimberly Dawn, but God would have it that her name was changed to a name that was full of purpose and spirit. Some of her accomplishments are vast as it pertains to her musical versatile, to include jazz, gospel: both contemporary and traditional, spirituals, classical & popular music. Kristie has a dynamic vocal ability which is diverse with a full 3-octave range.
Kristie has traveled and performed in various venues; performing concerts, participating in industry showcases and other special events. Kristie L. Sibley has performed at premier events opening up for “A List” gospel artist such as CeCe Winans, Donnie McClurkin, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mom & Pop Winans & Albertina Walker. She also performed at the Bobby Jones Gospel Industry Retreat on BET network television and at the prestigious Trumpet Awards Gala celebration for its founder Xernona Clayton who hosts the annual “Trumpet Awards” on TBS TV Network. In addition, she had the honor of singing at Carnegie Hall with the Georgia Youth Chorale in New York City.
In 1996, Kristie sang with the Atlanta Centennial Mass Choir's recorded project as a salute to the 1996 Olympic Games. She led "There is No Other Way" on this project recorded by CGI Records. Kristie L. Sibley is versatile and has performed as lead soloist & concert classical music performer in college choirs leading serious classical pieces such as “Pie Jesu” by Gershwin and heartwarming gospel songs on the same concert stage. Kristie also studies with the Nashville Jazz Workshop in Nashville, TN and performs jazz standards in intimate settings such as “The Very Thought of You”. Some of her favorite Jazz pieces were made popular by the legendary singer Ella Fitzgerald.