WHAT MY MUSIC SOUNDS LIKE:
A contemporary mix of country, folk and bluegrass, featuring well-crafted and commercially appealing melodies. The lyrical content is positive, genuine, engaging and appealing to a diverse audience.
WHY MY MUSIC IS UNIQUE:
My music is a unique combination of country, folk and bluegrass that doesnâ€™t sound like a copy of anything else. Everything from the vocals to the melodies to the production distinguishes my sound from other artists in the genre. At the same time, it maintains a commercial appeal and is something people connect with immediately.
WHAT I HAVE TO OFFER AS AN ARTIST:
I have always viewed music as the soundtrack of life, playing in the background of our amazing journeys. There are so many songs that transport me to a special moment in the past or provide me with inspiration just when I need it most. In my view, thatâ€™s what music was created for.
Itâ€™s my desire that my songs hold the same kind of magic and move the hearts and emotions of everyone who hears them. They are brought forth with an open, honest and uplifting spirit, intent on promoting all thatâ€™s good in the world.
Earned the No 1 Spot on the Indie Music Folk Charts in January 2008 and continues to hold the position.
Suggested Artist list for â€œSong of the Yearâ€ in 2008.:
Is currently a semi-finalist in the Australian Songwriting Competition, International Division.
Signed a recording contract with American Classic Recordings in 2007.
â€œThe Miracle in You” video reached No. 25 on the American Music Channel Charts in December, 2007.
â€œOn-Airâ€ interview on the â€œSteve and Johnnie Showâ€ on Chicagoâ€™s WGN Radio in 2007.
CD â€œIâ€™m So Happyâ€ reached 2000 downloads on www.luannehunt.com in 2005.:
â€œOn-Airâ€ interview and full album played on KIK FM Country Radio in Orange County, CA in 1997.
Worldwide radio play of latest CD â€œBreaking Throughâ€ on FM, AM and Internet radio.
Shared the bill with Billy Ray Cyrus, Tammy Wynette, Toby Keith and Martina McBride at Starfest â€˜96 in Los Angeles, CA.
PEOPLE ON LUANNEâ€™S TEAM:
Lawton Jiles (Wrote five songs for Patsy Cline, including the Top 10 hit “Let The Teardrops Fall).
Hal Ratliff (Touring keyboard player for the Righteous Brothers and The Grass Roots)
Eric Uglum (Produced music with Alison Krauss, Ron Block, Sierra Hull, Ralph Stanley, Cherryholmes, Stuart Duncan and other folk and bluegrass artists.)
Shawn Bossick (Video producer to artists at Sony and Capitol Records).
Al Gomes (A&R Rep for Christina Aguilera, Chicago, Little Anthony and The Imperials, to name a few).