Mickey and Becki Moore were professional street singers in New York's Greenwich Village when they felt called to be a part of this new music ministry (read the longer bio for details). With just a guitar and a testimony they started their own recording company and became very popular artists along the East Coast. 'Brand New' is their third release and contains the inspirational testimony of Steven and Joyce Suggs about their victory over drugs and sexual sin. After the release of "Love Song For Number Two," their fourth album, they were catapulted to the top of the national Christian radio charts and thereafter enjoyed a national platform for their ministry. "Love Song For Number Two" quickly rose to the number one position on many Christian radio playlists and ultimately topped off at #2 on the national charts. No independent artist had ever achieved such airplay without the backing of a major label. Mickey and Becki's ministry was noted for it's spontaneous and good natured humor, clever and spiritual songs, creative costumes and stage shows. They were popular artists at all the major Jesus Music Festivals and were doubled billed in concerts with many of the top Christian recording artists of the era. Winkey Pratney called them, "God-called originals" and Cornerstone Magazine said, "Mickey and Becki Moore are a jewel in the Christian musical firmament."