Laura Beth Coomer has the sort of voice practically perfect for country gospel. Her ruminative and clear alto has enough force to express a wealth of emotion and a sense of drama that never overplays its hand or feels like grand-standing. With the fragility of Alison Krauss and the tenacity of Lee Ann Womack, listening to Coomer croon is a ministry in itself. She has a voice so soothing that it has a way of bringing us right into God's gracious precious. "Stand Still" Coomer's debut album is a beautiful showcase for her vocal instrument; the disc contains originals, a few covers and even a hymn thrown into the mix. Hailing from farmlands of North Texas, Coomer comes from rich heritage of faith. Both her father and her grandfather were both preachers. And Coomer herself is no rookie in terms of her faith and her experience as an artist. In the past, she has performed on National award-winning "Texas Country Gospel" Television Show, "Southern Gospel Praise" Television Show, highly acclaimed "Johnny High's Country Music Review", "Arlington Live" and is a regular at the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo. Further, she was awarded "Standout New Female Cast member" for her performance in 2012's season of "The Promise" in Glen Rose, Texas.