Shannon LaBrie grew up in the country, taught herself to play piano and guitar, and amazed her first vocal coach with a natural four-octave range. James Taylor and Lauren Hill were early influences along with her Dad. When she was a junior in high school, an original song won Shannon a place on the John Lennon tour bus. She then earned a full tuition university scholarship in music and toured the Eastern U.S. with a university-sponsored band.
In 2009, an artist development contract brought her from the Rocky Mountains to Nashville. Opportunities opened on Music Row and, in 2010 Shannon's first cut as an independent artist, her song Calls Me Home, aired on the CW networks One Tree Hill. Since then, her second cut Sweet Mystery, has aired and several other songs she has written have been put on hold in various television and country music venues.
I write in many different styles, Shannon says, but living and working in Nashville has made me fall in love with country music. Her band showcases Shannon's unique vocal style with rich melodies, memorable stories, and a combination of jazz, blues, and of course soulful country.
The Edinburgh Pixy Theatre, Mgr. (View)
111 South Walnut St.
Edinburgh, IN 46124
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|