Kelleigh Bannen

Kelleigh Bannen

 

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Kelleigh Bannen (born February 18, 1981) is an American country music singer signed to EMI Records Nashville. She debuted in 2012 with the single "Sorry on the Rocks", which has charted on Hot Country Songs. The song received three stars from Billy Dukes of Taste of Country, who compared her voice to Terri Clark but criticized the production.[2] Paul Worley and Jerry Smith will produce her debut album.[3] Her second single, "Famous", charted in 2014.

Bannen is also a Christian and has sung a duet with Patrick Mayberry's "Kingdom Reign".

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Deck the Halls
Song
Deck the Halls is a song by musical artist Kelleigh Bannen, released on November 17, 2017.
O Holy Night
Song
O Holy Night is a song by musical artist Kelleigh Bannen, released on November 17, 2017.
Church Clothes
Song
Church Clothes is a song by musical artist Kelleigh Bannen, released on March 10, 2017.
You Are What You Love
Song
You Are What You Love is a song by musical artist Kelleigh Bannen, released on August 18, 2014.

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Three Emerging Country Singers Deliver A Smoldering Cover Of Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’
  –  December 21, 2017
This helps contextualize the performance that Kalie Shorr, Lindsay Ell and Kelleigh Bannen gave of the pop hit for CMT’s annual event. After all, honoring one of the biggest contemporary female stars that country ever produced goes beyond genre ...
Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' Gets Makeover From CMT Next Women Of Country: Watch
  –  December 21, 2017
The stripped-down version features Kalie Shorr, Kelleigh Bannen, and Lindsay Ell. Instead of the poppy, synth-infused version, the ladies use an acoustic and electric guitar to accompany their powerful harmonies. Watch the full video below.
Three Promising Country Singers Cover Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’
  –  December 20, 2017
Canada’s own Lindsay Ell and American singer Kelleigh Bannen – both former classmates of the event – teamed up with newcomer Kalie Shorr for the epic singsong. The trio put a powerful twist on Swift’s pop banger. Ell, 28, impressed on the ...
Kalie Shorr, Lindsay Ell and Kelleigh Bannen Make ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ a Girl Anthem
  –  December 20, 2017
Kalie Shorr, Lindsay Ell and Kelleigh Bannen's reinterpretation of Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" is necessary right now. The trio performed the song as part of CMT's Next Women of Country event in Nashville on Nov. 7, and you get to enjoy the ...
See Lindsay Ell, Kelleigh Bannen, Kalie Shorr's Defiant Taylor Swift Cover
  –  December 19, 2017
CMT's Next Women of Country is, year after year, a cross-section of the best and brightest voices in the genre that just happen to be female. And at their annual showcase in Nashville last month, two former classmates – Kelleigh Bannen and Lindsay Ell ...
Lindsay Ell, Kelleigh Bannen and Kalie Shorr Remix Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do'
  –  December 19, 2017
Taylor Swift‘s “Look What You Made Me Do” just got a country remix! Kelleigh Bannen, Lindsay Ell and Kalie Shorr kicked off CMT’s fifth annual Next Women of Country celebration in November with a surprise cover of Swift’s Reputation track in ...
Kelleigh Bannen, Kalie Shorr & Lindsay Ell Empower Women With “Look What You Made Me Do’ Cover
  –  December 19, 2017
When Kelleigh Bannen, Lindsay Ell and Kalie Shorr decided to join forces for an impactful Taylor Swift cover, they knew the song would become something more meaningful than ever before. The three female country singers debuted their version of the hit pop ...
Hear Kelleigh Bannen’s Soulful “O Holy Night” and “Deck the Halls”
  –  November 17, 2017
On Thursday (Nov. 16), Kelleigh Bannen, one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, showed she is one of country music’s greatest storytellers to emerge from Nashville within the last decade. And she did it in less than a minute. In the piece, Bannen gets real ...

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