GRIT & GLAMOUR, A DISTINCTIVE VOICE AND A FIERY PERSONALITY
The country rebel, Leah Turner, is back with new management, a self-titled EP and a single, “Sleep You Off,” which without the backing of a major record label has caught the attention of major radio stations across the U.S. and has a video with over 200,000 views.
This marks Leah’s first time releasing an EP as an independent artist. Prior to the this release, Leah had a Top 40 country radio hit “Take the Keys” and an opening slot touring with Brad Paisley. She’s continued to tour, sharing the stage with powerhouse artists such as Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Jake Owen, and more.
Leah’s distinctive voice and fiery personality make her unlike anyone in country music, and both are outgrowths of a life journey that could have led nowhere but Nashville. It began on the ranch in California’s Morongo Valley where she grew up, the daughter of a rodeo champion father and a Latina mother. She was just three when she began sitting at her grandmother’s piano, trying with her little fingers to make real chords. When she was 5, her family bought her a piano–she still has it–and by 6, she had written her first song.
Leah has a ready laugh, whiskey tongue, and Tabasco running through her veins. Through her music she conveys the pain, laughter, love and adventure she finds in life, delivered through a voice with the power and grit to personify its ups and downs. This combination makes her one of country’s most compelling artists, someone with the talent and personality to own any stage–or studio–she walks onto.