Aubree Bullock is a Nashville recording artist who grew up at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. She has always loved singing country music, with Patsy Cline being a favorite. Her musical journey began at an early age; she was regularly performing for audiences of all ages by the time she was seven years old. She grew up singing in churches, talent shows and anywhere she could find a stage to perform. She knows that God led her to music and has opened doors for her that she was willing to step through. Her fans agree that she was born with a voice that emotionally touches the heart and was made for country music.
Combining her strong Christian values and her love of Country Music was a natural step as Aubree became a regular at cowboy churches across the United States. Her musical journey has taken her to many large events, including Michael Martin Murphy’s West Fest, Greeley Independence Stampede, Cheyenne Frontier Days, and numerous fairs and festivals nationwide. Aubree recently recorded her second album, “That’s Life” in Nashville with award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer Chuck Day. Country Entertainment USA reviewed her CD as being, “filled with inspiration and hope wrapped in a contemporary country feel.” Her current radio release, “That’s Life” made it to #1 on the Christian Music Weekly Chart. Her previous release, “In the Shadow of My Steeple” made the Top 5 Inspirational Country Radio Charts and was nominated Inspirational Country Song of the Year for 2012. She also was a performer on the nationally-televised ICM Awards show in Nashville, TN. Aubree deeply believes in touching others through music, and singing about what she values most: “God, Family, ad Country.” She is a dedicated young woman whose dream it is not only to succeed in the country music world but also to touch people’s lives along the way.
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