Country pop singer/songwriter/musician Alexes Aiken is a 17 year-old sensation; she has won as many accolades nationally in songwriting contests as singing competitions in Nashville for her original lyrics and melodies and her unique voice and style.
Aiken's awards include Entertainer of the Year (Traditional Country) and Songwriter of the Year (New Country and Inspirational) for the 13-16 year-old category from the Tennessee Country & Gospel Music Association (TCGMA) 2012 Awards. She also won Future Star Award, Female Entertainer of the Year (New Country), and Co-Songwriter of the Year (New Country, Gospel, Holiday and Patriotic) from the North American Country Music Associations, Int’l 2012 Awards for the 13-16 year-old category. Aiken was born November 18, 1995.
In fact, Aiken's Nashville based producer, Jonell Polansky, is also a triple platinum publisher on Tim McGraw's Dancehall Doctors CD. Polansky proudly says, "Alexes could rival any Nashville newcomer especially since she is born and raised in New Orleans but sings like she was born on The Opry stage." She has also sung at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville at the TCGMA and GCGMA Awards Show, and on the main stage at the Nashville Palace.
"Aiken’s new self-titled EP and her commanding voice are prominent in the club-electronica dance tracks influenced by the country remakes of these two iconic songs-- Queen's “I Want It All” and the timeless Nancy Sinatra classic "These Boots Are Made For Walkin’," explains Polansky.