"life isn't about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself" - George Bernard Shaw
Cheyenne's passion for country music started at a very young age. She began taking guitar lessons at 106West in Winder, GA at the age of 7 and from there, she fell in love with the instrument.. After a couple of months of learning a few chords on guitar, Cheyenne started to write her own music. Her writing style has always been heartfelt, but over the past 11 years, her life experiences have matured and so has her writing. After playing multiple open mics at 106West, she began to venture out and perform all across Georgia at places such as The Red Clay Music Foundry in Duluth, GA, The Perry Fair in Perry, GA, Wild Bills in Duluth, GA, and so many more. Cheyenne's passion grew stronger and stronger, which is what brought her to where she is today.
At the age of 15, Cheyenne self-released her first album, "Memories". The album is full of break-up and make-up songs. "When I was 15, I thought that I was the only one feeling like I would never find the guy God had in store for me, but when people listened to my music, they felt a connection with it, which reassured me that I wasn't the only one feeling that way. Till this day, it still amazes me how my music can touch so many people.". Today, Cheyenne is still trying to accomplish her dream and plans to use her God-given talent to it's fullest extent.
3 time nominee for Country Youth Artist of the Year by the GA Music Awards (2013, 2014, 2015) and one year nominee for Female Artist of the Year by the GA Music Awards (2016)
Featuring Reid Robinson on guitar and backup vocals!