I was born and raised in Fairfield, IL, the only child of Ben and Judi Tyree.  I grew up in a United Pentecostal Church where music was a very important part of each service. I started singing solos and was put in the adult chorale by age 9. The choir director, Heilda Chipman,  put me in with the tenor section. 

I also sang a lot with my childhood neighbors, the Hallams. Their mom played an acoustic guitar and the kids all sang three-part harmony with her. We went to a nursing home each month along with many other churches and youth camps.

Playing the piano was another interest of mine from age 8. I took piano lessons by note for 5 years and then switched to playing by chord. I started playing our church organ at age 14. From the organ bench, I got a lot of experience being part of the worship services through playing, singing and helping lead in worship. Eventually, I moved to playing the keyboard, which is what I still prefer to play today.

Throughout my late teens/early twenties, my cousin, Lowell and I sang at many weddings, funerals & other events. I also traveled with the Mattoon Youth Choir on different occasions and attended Jackson College of Ministries in 1991 to study Music. There I met my husband, Robert Morse II. We were married in 1992 and settled back in Fairfield.

We have been married for over 20 years and have 2 children, Stuart and Lambri and one dog, Roscoe. We have been pastoring the Jesus Name Pentecostal Church for over 8 years. During that time, doors have opened for us to sing at and direct many community events like concerts, community revivals, weddings, funerals, etc.

In early 2010, I wrote my first song after my husband encouraged the church  congregation to each find “their” gift and ministry.  We also had a college friend, Robin Rorie, who ministered at our church. He was a music producer and asked me if I had ever written a song. That’s all it took to encourage me to move forward with writing. For every song, I got the music first and then the words. After writing 10 songs, I felt that I should record what God had given me. So in August, 2012, I went to Covington, LA and recorded my first project Flow Fresh.  The whole experience has been very interesting and God is continually opening doors to minister.

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