"I think things are a lot different for me because I did put my career ambitions on hold, to get married and raise my children, before I decided to follow my dream of being an entertainer. The fact that I started my career later in my life has proven to be beneficial to me in many ways. As I lived my life and matured as a wife, mother, friend, lover, person; I realized that my life experiences added depth to my music and it was easier for me to write solid lyrics because the more you live, the more you have to give." Shelly Streeter
FOR EVERY LITTLE GIRL WHO GROWS UP FOLLOWING THE DREAM OF BECOMING A SINGER, THERE ARE A DOZEN MORE WHO ABANDON THAT DREAM, FOLLOWING THE MORE TRADITIONAL CALLING OF HEARTH AND HOME. SHELLY STREETER IS LIVING PROOF THAT YOU CAN BE A SUCCESS AT BOTH.
Shelly Streeter has garnered national acclaim and a multitude of awards during her brief career. The California Country Music Association has honored her with its Female Vocalist of the Year, Female Entertainer of the Year and Vocal Band of the Year trophies; and the Country Music Association of America has proclaimed her both Female Vocalist and Female Entertainer of the Year. Her self-titled album clearly demonstrates what all the excitement is about. The fact that Streeter co-wrote all but one of the ten songs on the album, makes her debut all the more impressive. Shelly Streeter is a collection that looks at love in all its inspiring and infuriating complexities - from the bittersweet infatuations of youth to the angelic adoration of a slain child for its mother. But whatever the story-line, Streeter's enduring message is that love is always worth the risk. Her radiant, bell-clear vocals range effortlessly across the spectrum from country rock to western swing. And her perspective is that of a strong woman who knows her own mind.
your feedback on this artist!
Are you an Indie Artist looking
to increase your fan base? Click here and learn
more right now!
Disclaimer: The Indie Artist Spotlight
feature is an advertising vehicle specifically designed for Indie Artists.
Being a featured artist/group does not necessarily constitute an endorsement by