Netha moved to Nashville in 1986 and was immediately accepted into the Nashville music community with open arms.  She became a much-sought-after singer and background vocalist in both live appearances and in the recording studios. She appeared on the Grand Ole Opry; she won The Nashville Network’s talent show, “You Can Be A Star”; she sang on countless master recordings and national radio jingles including tracks on an album titled “Songs For The Masses” that sold more than 500,000 copies; she appeared on many live showcases, national and worldwide television shows, and opened live shows for Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, John Conlee & Vern Gosdin and sang background vocals for some of the biggest names in the music business including Phil Stacey, Point of Grace, T. Graham Brown, Colin Ray, Lee Greenwood, & Christy Lane.  
Netha’s new single, “The Women’s National Anthem: (Put the Toilet Seat Down)” is a perfect example of how she can turn an everyday circumstance into a delightful and fun song that is sure to be a fan favorite, especially with the women. “Every woman can relate to this song,” Netha states emphatically.

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