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Louise Fellingham NI-COLA Heidi Popp

Louise "Lou" Fellingham (née Hunt), (born 5 May 1974), is a Christian worship leader, singer and songwriter from Brighton in East Sussex, England. She is a founding member of the British band Phatfish and has also pursued a solo career. In 2008, she won a Christian Broadcasting Council (CBC) Award for her album Promised Land, in the category of Best Worship.[1] She has worked alongside other Christian artists such asMatt Redman, Graham Kendrick, Tim Hughes and Stuart Townend. She regularly leads worship and performs at different venues around the world. A rendition of Fellingham leading the hymn "In Christ Alone" has had more than four million views on YouTube.

Ni-Cola first emerged onto the UK gospel scene in late 2004. A friend had told her how much they were touched by the passion and sound in her voice and how it literally brought them to tears. Within just a few months Ni-Cola submitted a demo of her soon to be released single titled “Still Here” of which she later received a nomination for the Gem awards in 2004 for Best female newcomer. Such an honour and complete shock to the singer who had literally just emerged from this unknown city (Manchester).Ni-Cola began to play on several key stages in Manchester, building her profile and sharing her faith. After a short period it became clear that this friend could take Ni-Cola no further on this journey, which is where Ni-Cola was approached by independent record company 1nC promotions.

Heidi Popp has been has been living in Germany and performing across Europe and the UK most of her career where she has a strong fan base, evidenced recently by the support for her CD release in April. Heidi Popp first appeared on an Australian recording at the age of 16. Since then, she has recorded three solo projects. The latest album, ‘Beyond Life’, produced by Andy Sorenson at The Grove Studio in NSW contains ten songs of hope and inspiration that attest to the singer’s upbeat faith in God.