"I was raised by the outlaws and I just don't give a damn."
All I have ever wanted to do is be on stage, singing my songs. I sing country music. I started singing at three, writing at six, and playing guitar by eleven. Once I had all three components, I took to studying musicians like me; People who prided themselves on writing on their own, humming steel guitar riffs and singing at the top of their lungs every chance possible. I came to Nashville for the first time when I was thirteen. I sang in the Bluebird Cafe and I was sold. I moved to town a few years later, and now here I am. If you're looking to hear me, you can find me at Tootsie's orchid lounge. Be sure to check the "Tour" section if you want to come sing along. I play a Breedlove guitar. She's a beauty, and the one gal who I couldn't go a day without. In my spare time, I drive around and listen to Waylon Jennings tapes in my 98' Cherokee and pretend we're singing together. It's a damn good time.