- Performer:Evie Tornquist
- Title:Celebrate the Family
- Style:Inspirational,Christmas,Holidays,CCM,Contemporary Christian,Gospel,Praise & Worship
- Size FLAC version1242 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1295 megabytes
- Size WMA version1819 megabytes
- Formats:AA TTA AAC AUD MP2 XM
Evelyn Tornquist Karlsson (born Evelyn Tornquist on March 29, 1956), mononymously known as Evie, is a contemporary Christian music singer who was known in the late 1970s and early 1980s for songs such as "Mirror", "Step into the Sunshine" and "Four Foot Eleven". Born in the United States to Norwegian immigrants, Evie began her singing career as a young teenager while visiting her parents' homeland.
Evie Tornquist-Karlsson. ロフィール: Evie Tornquist, born in March 1956 in USA, Christian vocalist with Norwegian-American background. Larseric Janson found her and made so she became a star at 14-years old when her parents were on a visit in Sweden 1970. In February 1979 she married Christian singer/songwriter Pelle Karlsson (who wrote the Swedish lyrics to "Han är min sång och min glädje"). Evie was officially inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame on February 22, 2005, and was one of the inaugural inductees to the Christian Music Hall of Fame.
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Also known as. Evie Karlsson. 1956-03-29) March 29, 1956 (age 62) Rahway, New Jersey. Contemporary Christian music. When All Is Said and Done (1986). Celebrate the Family (1990). Songs for His Family (1996). Kingdom Connection (2002). Songs from the Hymn Book (2013). Complete - Volume 2 (1982). Loving Promises (1985).
Spending time together with the family, Sharing lots of love and happiness. Come on, ring those bells! Light the Christmas Tree. It isn't Christmas until I dig up the old Evie Tornquist songs. Evie was recognized as the Dove Award recipient of Female Vocalist of. the Year for 1977 and 1978. She married Swedish pastor and musician Pelle Karlsson in 1979 and retired from performing music in 1981 to pursue other avenues of ministry, such as Sky Angel