Out of Eden consisted of three sisters Lisa Kimmey, Andrea Kimmey-Baca and Danielle Kimmey, all born to Robert Kimmey and DeLise Perkins Kimmey Hall. When the girls were young, they moved with their mother to Nashville, where DeLise was offered a teaching position at Fisk University. Danielle and her sisters initially sang back-up for their mother, who was a classical pianist. After their stepfather unsuccessfully attempted to garner attention for the girls by sending a video of their singing to various record labels, Danielle and her sisters were discovered by Toby McKeehan, who formed the record label Gotee Records to produce their music.
In 1994, they released their debut Lovin’ the Day. The first single off the album was a remake of the Bill Withers 1978 single “Lovely Day” and was a Christian Contemporary Music hit. Their second album, in 1996, More Than You Know was even more successful and catapulted the sisters into the CCM spotlight. Their third album was the acclaimed No Turning Back which was released in 1999. Released in 2002, their fourth and best-selling Gotee album, This Is Your Life, entered the Billboard 200, peaking at #178. The album tied for “Urban Album of the Year” at the Dove Awards of 2003, with a song from the album, “Meditate” going on to win the award “Urban Recorded Song of the Year”.