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Country music’s newest powerhouse vocalist Tyra Madison is celebrating the release of her spellbinding cover of holiday favorite, “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Produced by industry vets Brad Hill and Dave Thomson (Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris, Brett Young),
the track is available now on all digital platforms. A true
multi-hyphenate, this Belmont graduate and former
Kentuckian demonstrates her impactful vocals along with her mature
musicianship on the release.

 No stranger to the stage, Tyra began her singing career at the tender
age of four, where she would attend the local “Pickin’ and Grinnin’ with
her papaw. This time spent with bluegrass musicians, including her
papaw and uncle, really shaped Tyra’s love for music and the trajectory
for her life. It was winning her school talent show in Kindergarten by
singing “You are My Sunshine” a cappella that sealed the deal. It was
then that she knew exactly what she wanted to be.

Being from a one stop light town, Tyra performed anywhere she could from
festivals, schools, sporting events, benefits, etc. It was an
opportunity to perform in the prestigious Kentucky Opry Junior Pros that
allowed the then teenager to hone her stage presence and mature as a
performer. Her first break came when Tyra was noticed by talent scouts
and was chosen to be in the cast of Lifetime reality series, “Chasing
Nashville.” This opportunity led her to release her first EP Firestarter and land an opening slot for Maddie and Tae.

The future proves bright for this promising talent with an infectious
personality that effortlessly combines talent with small town charm.

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