MP3 Tammy Cassidy - Heart's Point of View
COUNTRY MUSIC. Tammy''s music is honest and comes from the heart ......
10 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Traditional Country, COUNTRY: Modern Country
Tammy Cassidy is a country singer/songwriter raised in Troy Indiana. During her school years when it wasn''t "cool" to be country, Tammy WAS country and still is today. During her high school years 1990-1993 the Garth phenomenon hit. Tammy stayed the course and finished her first song while pretending to take notes in literature class! The song "Wild and Free" was a popular hit at school functions and around campfires during her high school years.
Tammy comes from a long line of performers. Her great grandfather from Breckinridge County Kentucky played guitar and fiddle, Grandfather, Allen "Monk" Beatty played mandolin and appeared on radio shows in the south pacific during WW2 on the Mosquito Radio Network. Monk played mainly at Pee Wee King''s place in Louisville Kentucky after returning from the war in the late 40''s and early 50''s.
Tammy''s great uncle, Sam Smiley, has won harmonica championships in 6 states and Tammy always sang with him at Smiley family reunions, which have over 150 people in attendance.
Tammy''s parents, Jim and Nancy Cassidy are also campfire performers, meaning they do the music for fun in their circle of https://www.tradebit.commy is a self-taught guitar player, learning to play by after having her mother write down a chord chart.
At age 15 Tammy began entering local showcases and won a few. She headed to Nashville at the tender age of 16.
Tammy began writing songs with her mother, Nancy Cassidy and local songwriter, Stan LaGrange (staff writer for Little Big Town in Nashville 4 yrs) in 1997 and continued to go to Nashville monthly to perform at such places as "Roberts", "Tootsie''s", The "Legend", She was able to see and hear the great music being written and performed in Nashville and realized that fame in Nashville comes with a price.
Tammy still makes the necessary trips to Nashville. Her mother, Nancy, is owner of https://www.tradebit.com, a songwriting website for spotlighting uncut songwriters. Tammy assists with planning and coordinating Nashville seminar''s for Tunesmith.
Tammy recorded her first CD in 2000 "Heart''s Point of View" and used the Internet for promoting it. She quickly rose to the top of the charts at Besonic and got a lot of attention in Germany, France, Canada, Australia, Sweden, and UK. She has topped the charts and gotten good reviews from all over the world.
Tammy has performed in concert with Noel Haggard and will be the opening act for Grammy nominated country artist, David Ball who just released his single "Too Much Blood in My Alcohol Level" with is already in the top 20 countdown on GAC.
Tammy appears regularly on the "Roots of Country" show with Roger Beard on WRAY Radio in Princeton IN. She has had Noel Haggard and David Bratton on as her guests and will be appearing in August with Lance Miller from Nashville
Tammy is currently working on material for her second album due to be recorded in Nashville in the fall of 2005.