You might say Cherish Lee was born into entertainment royalty, half country music and the other half Hollywood actress. Although no mistake should be made, she is totally dedicated to her country music roots. She has performed on the Grand Ole Opry, at the famous Bluebird Cafe and even the graced Ryman Auditorium stage. He father is country music legend Johnny Lee and her mother is Hollywood vixen, Charlene Tilton. She has set her roots in Nashville though and is ready to take country music by storm and make her own mark with her new album, “Tequila Cowgirl.” “I really want to see how high I can go. When you have a platform and you have people’s attention know you want to say,” Lee explains. “I really want to encourage people out there, and you can do that through music.” Keep your eyes out for Lee and her new album on her official website and like her on Facebook.
He grew up performing music in a church choir and eventually started performing in cafes and local venues. With encouragement from his brother Lee Brice, he eventually moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music. He has a very versatile music background ranging from R&B, southern rock and country, which are the roots that inspired his music. He has shared the stage with Hank Williams Jr., LOCASH and Gary Allen, as well as his brother. Now he is ready to share his own new music with the world. “I put out an EP back in July of 2017 and I would like this new music to be a foundation I can build off of, and so far it’s done that. My first release ‘Best Ex Ever,’ which I released to radio, is at number 35 on Music Row charts. I’m very excited about how it turned out so far,” Brice explains. “I’ve been writing and I’m back in the studio recording again and I’m gonna try to have a song out by the end of next month.” Country music fans get ready for Nashville recording artist Lewis Brice. Check out his official website for more info or like him on Facebook.
He grew up in the heart of Columbus, Ohio performing in clubs while attending college. His music is a mixture of older country with the melodies of new country. His unique style of a gritty driving sound will get everyone tapping their toes. His influences range from Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney, all the way to Conway Twitty. We would like to introduce you to HH Entertainment Recording Artist Lee Gantt, who sat down with “Sports & Entertainment Nashville” and shared his goals and dreams in his music journey. “We just released our album in October of 2017 and the single just came out, ” explains Gantt. “So in 2018 we are trying to get some touring going on and make a push for national country radio.” Visit Gantt’s official website for updates on music and touring.
Raised in the town of Wrentham, Massachusetts, she started out as an athlete playing basketball in the NCAA, but eventually turned her focus on country music. While attending Boston College, she was a contestant on Season 5 of “American Idol” and finished in the Top 16. She graduated in 2010 with a degree in communications and set her sights on Nashville to pursue a career in country music. Whether she is on the basketball court or the stage behind a microphone, she feels right at home. We caught up with Nashville recording artist Brown about new music she has on the horizon. “I have a new single called ‘Label’ and I released it to country radio in August,” Brown explains. “I plan on doing some more recording after I get through with my travels.” Brown performed the National Anthem at the USA vs. Canada women’s hockey game during the 2018 Winter Olympics in support of team USA. I’d keep an eye out for Ayla Brown and her unique brand of country music.