Cindy Roberts, 2007 Georgia Country Music Female Vocalist of the Year, is an amazing Nashville recording artist with a sound all her own and high energy appeal. Her bluesy approach to country music ranges from electrifying to breathtaking and always brings a crowd to its feet!
Cindy Roberts, 2007 Georgia Country Music Female Vocalist of the Year, is an amazing Nashville recording artist with a sound all her own and high energy appeal. Her bluesy approach to country music ranges from electrifying to breathtaking and always brings a crowd to its feet! Cindy and her band love playing anywhere from the downright chickin' pickin' tunes to current hits, as well as Cindy's own original music – always with Cindy’s signature “edgy” sound.
Outside of Atlanta, as a Nashville indie artist, Cindy maintains her awesome vocals. She's energetic, fun loving and crowd pleasing, with a totally unique sound waiting for just the right opportunity to set the country music world on fire. Cindy is not only soulful, but is undeniably a country girl. Influenced by her favorite artists, Wynona Judd, Willie Nelson, Susan Tedeschi, Janis Joplin, Pat Benatar, and yes, even Elvis, you will hear that Cindy possesses “cross-over” capabilities, but prefers hanging onto her country roots.
Cindy has performed all around the southeastern United States, including “Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge,” “Robert’s Western World,” and the “Trap” in Nashville. Cindy has also performed in countless county fairs, and local events throughout the South, some of which include the Gray County Fair in the Tri-cities area of Bristol, Johnson City, and Kingsport, on the riverfront in Owensboro, Kentucky, Six Flags in Louisville, and local shows in Thomaston, Georgia hosted by Sylvia Winters of WGTA radio. With over 100 artists competing, Cindy took first place in the 2006 Nashville Colgate Country Showdown competition, which she considers a huge honor. As stated by one of the judges, “Cindy is the complete package.”
Cindy started singing professionally eleven years ago, after winning a talent contest aboard a cruise line. Being a perfectionist and wanting to fine-tune her vocal ability, she studied at the very famous Jan Smith Studios in Atlanta. Jan Smith’s students include a very prestigious list, including Jennifer Nettles, Edwin McCain, Collective Soul, Rob Thomas, Matchbox Twenty, and Usher, among others. Because of Cindy’s unique sound and extraordinary talent, the folks at Jan Smith encouraged her to go to Nashville to embark upon a country music singing career. Teaming up in Nashville, with producer and musician, Chip Martin, himself an enormous musical talent, Cindy began work on an album. Doing all the footwork herself, searching Nashville publishers for just the right songs and musicians, writing two songs herself, after nearly a year of hard work and dedication, her album reached completion. From the classic rock-tinged cover of Janis Joplin's “A Woman Left Lonely,” a heart-shattering example of Cindy's bluesy side, to the infectious, country-rock, radio-ready original “I Won't,” she leaves little doubt that her vocal abilities and showmanship are a force to be reckoned with. Cindy proves she can rock without fear in the butt-kickin' “Gone For Good” and “Love ‘em and Leave ‘em Blues.” Cindy Roberts comes on strong in her debut album and on stage and leaves no doubt that this little gal from Georgia can move any audience.