Check out my new video for my single Is It Okay To Cry Now.
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Lets Keep It That Way
Let Me Be There
Is It Ok To Cry Now
Walk Out Backwards
The Me I Used To Be
Shakin Things Up
Big Boot City Opry Show
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This two-disc set contains the CD Honkytonks & Heartaches and a DVD of her new video for Is Ok To Cry Now
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This DVD contains the new video for the song Is Ok To Cry Now
Missy is an up and coming Recording Artist, and has recorded in Nashville, Tennessee. She loves to sing the old Country Classics such as Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, Leona Williams, Connie Smith, and Ray Price. Missy was born August 17th, 1967, here in Illinois, and is married and resides in the small community of Cowden. She has been in this area her entire life. Missy grew up on a small farm in rural Tower Hill.
Missy has had the privilege to perform with Lloyd Wood, David Church, David Frizzell, Leona Williams, Mel Tillis Jr., Tim Atwood, and Gary Abbott. She has performed at several local venues. Those include, Boot City in Terre Haute, Indiana, Southern Illinois Steel Guitar Show, Effingham Performance Center, Long Hollow Jamboree in Goodlettsville, TN and also area opry’s in Illinois.
Missy has been singing since she was five. She started in a little country church where her family all attended. Missy respects her parents for raising her in a christian home. Missy sang in the school choir through her Jr. High and High School years, and has continued to sing.
Missy has recorded her first 10 song CD, which is amazing and her first music video for the song “Is It Okay To Cry To Now!” Her talent is exceptional, and anyone that hears her, loves the sound of her voice.