For only being 17, Nashville Recording Artist McKenna Faith has an impressive resume under her belt. She spent 2011 touring to promote her debut album of original songs Sugar & Spice, which she recorded on Music Row in Nashville. She has shared the stage with many big names; from Edens Edge, Bomshel and Joe Nichols; to country music superstars Dierks Bentley, Thompson Square, and Luke Bryan to a crowd of more than 7,500 people.
McKenna Faith wrapped up 2011 with a series of performances in Hawaii, where she debuted her military tribute single No Guts, No Glory at the Official 70th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony at the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial. While in Hawaii, she was offered the opportunity to get involved in the Sea of Inspiration with America’s Wounded Warriors project, and served as host for the DVD documentary.
A country girl through-and-through, McKenna Faith grew up barrel racing- going all the way to the World Finals and being 1/10th of a second shy from winning a Dodge truck. Singing since she was a little girl, McKenna Faith began singing the National Anthem at rodeo events, which led to half-time show performances. Not being able to dedicate the time needed to both horses and singing, she choose to focus on her music career.
McKenna Faith and her band are in the middle of a 43-date Summer Tour; including performances at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville; the Jukebox Music Festival with Alan Jackson, Kellie Pickler and Scotty McCreery; and on the Blake Shelton Cruise to the Bahamas where she will be performing alongside the likes of Trace Adkins, Lee Brice, Easton Corbin, and of course Mr. Blake Shelton.
McKenna Faith is well on her way to the top, and she's doing it the old fashioned way- by putting in the time and hard work to make her dream a reality. You can keep up with McKenna Faith by Liking her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/mckennafaith