Hi, I’m Christine Dente, also known as the singer for Out of the Grey. Thanks for visiting my website! On this site, you will find answers to some of your questions about singing, songwriting and storytelling from my perspective. You will be encouraged in your own creativity as I describe my experiences as a recording artist…
Christine Dente has been making music with her husband Scott since they met at Berklee College of Music in 1985.
Also known as Out of the Grey, the duo created 7 band recordings, including their recent, A Little Light Left. Their debut album, Out of the Grey, was ranked 47th in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.
Many of their songs topped the CCM charts including All We Need, Nothin’s Gonna Keep Me From You, Steady Me and You’re The One I’ve Been Waiting For.
Christine’s various studio collaborations include Ashton, Becker, Dente: Along the Road in which Christine teamed up with Susan Ashton and Margaret Becker for stunning trio performances.
Christine’s solo projects titled, Becoming and Voyage, allowed her to experiment with her songwriting, branching out into new creative territory.
As recording artists, she and her husband spent many years in the studio and on the road, making music and raising their 3 children.
Now with more time on her hands, Christine is writing books about songwriting and her impressions of life as an artist alongside her many other roles. As a mother and wife and teacher, she reveals her struggles with balancing faith and fear. She also shares her joys with finding new personal freedoms as she gets older.
Music is still at the forefront of Christine’s life. She recently recruited her 25-year-old son Julian to record and produce 5 new songs she’s written. Also known as YØUTH, Julian is a songwriter and musician who brings his unique style to embellish his mom’s musicianship.
Christine is a teacher at heart, having home educated her 3 children until 2014 when her youngest graduated high school. Since then she’s been coaching singers and songwriters in her home and via the internet in addition to writing her songs and books and blogs.