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Monday, April 28, 2014

Tori Allen, Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux and Brooke Eden at Flora-Bama for FBISF


Tori Allen, Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux and Brooke Eden at Flora-Bama for FBISF


Alabama Music Office.com goes to Alabama's Gulf Coast to attend Frank Brown International Songwriter's Festival 2013. Tori Allen, Sherrie Austin, Will Rambeaux and Brooke Eden played the main stage at the place FBISF originated, Flora-Bama.
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Tori started very young, she has been playing piano since the third grade, and also the guitar at 12 years old, it didn't take long for her to begin to find that music was her best emotional outlet.As Tori Allen writes the stories of her life, we will all sit and listen as we grow with her. Her fan base is one that is very loyal; she is a friend to us as we to her. With someone with such poise and talent, I think we all know it won't be long before we see Miss Allen on the road to fame. Tori Allen and Megan Gertken have formed Nashville's newest country duo.
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Sherrie Veronica Krenn (born 28 August 1970, Sydney, Australia), known professionally as SherriƩ Austin, is an Australian actress and singer. Active as a singer since her teenage years, Austin initially recorded as one half of the duo Colourhaus, which also featured Phil Radford. After leaving Colourhaus, she recorded one album in her native Australia before moving to the United States in pursuit of a singing career. There, she recorded four studio albums, and charted several singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Her highest-charting single was the No. 18 "Streets of Heaven" in 2003. She has sold over 430,000 albums and 288,000 singles in her career, according to Nielsen SoundScan.[1] Her fifth album was released on 15 November 2011. Source-Wikipedia
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Will Rambeaux fronted his own original roots-rock band for years, but really hit paydirt with his first cut as a songwriter in 1993. Recorded by Warner Bros.artist Faith Hill, "Wild One" took the country charts by storm staying at 1 for four weeks and breaking all records for a new female artist. He then had a pair of back-to-back 1 songs for country crooner John Michael Montgomery, the first one, "How Was I To Know", followed by "Hold On To Me". He has also had several other Top 10 singles, including "Nobody Gonna' Rain On Our Parade" (Kathy Mattea) and "Can't Get Enough" (Patty Loveless) and his songs have been recorded by such diverse artists as Dolly Parton, Hal Ketchum, Jo Dee Messina, Trick Pony Tammy Cochran, Lee Greenwood, Danielle Peck and Ronnie Milsap.
Will's songs have also garned many BMI "Most Performed Songs of the Year" awards, as well as several BMI "Million-Air" awards. More recently, Will has been dividing his time between songwriting and record producing. He has recorded four albums for singer/songwriter Sherrie' Austin, "Words", "Love In The Real World", "Following A Feeling" and "Streets Of Heaven" which have yielded many chart singles including "Lucky In Love", "Put Your Heart Into It" and "Never Been Kissed".
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Brooke Eden graduated from the University of Florida.  "I am a Gator girl! Whether you're chomping back at me, or you're throwing up your college sign, there's always a conversation to be had about college football!" says Brooke.  While attending UF, Brooke had the honor of performing at UF's Gator-Growl - the world's largest student-run pep rally - where she was honored to open for the legendary southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Brooke has performed all over the state of Florida, opening for major
recording artists including Florida Georgia Line, Brooks N Dunn, Sara Evans, Dustin Lynch, Alan Jackson, and several others.  She is currently living in Nashville,      Tennessee where she is writing her EP. She also travels to Florida 2 weeks out of the month and sings in her hometown of West Palm Beach, Florida.  Follow her as she continues to follow her dream.

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