Kelleigh Bannen is an American country music singer and current host of Apple Music's Beats 1 "Today's Country" radio show. She debuted in 2012 with the single "Sorry on the Rocks", which has charted on Hot Country Songs. The song received three stars from Billy Dukes of Taste of Country, who compared her voice to Terri Clark but criticized the production. Her second single, "Famous", charted in 2014, followed by "You Are What You Love". Bannen's most recent album, "Favorite Colors", was released in 2019, produced by Jaren Johnston.
|Birth name:||Kelleigh Carlyle Bannen|
|Born:||February 18, 1981, Nashville, Tennessee|
|Associated acts:||Paul Worley|
About Kelleigh Bannen
Country singer-songwriter who's best known for her chart-topping singles, "Sorry on the Rocks" and "Famous." She's hosted the podcast called This Nashville Life, which sheds light on the business side of the music industry.
Kelleigh Bannen Before Fame
She made her debut with the single "Sorry on the Rocks" in 2012.
Achievement of Kelleigh Bannen
She was named CMT's Next Women of Country.
Kelleigh Bannen Family Life
She's a native of Nashville, Tennessee.
Associations of Kelleigh Bannen
Her voice has been compared to the likes of country singer Terri Clark.
Information related to Kelleigh Bannen
- EMI Records artists
- Country musicians from Tennessee
- Songwriters from Tennessee
- American female country singers