Michelle Lea Brumble-Songwriter

Michelle Lea Brumble-Songwriter

“Texas’s Best Kept Secret”

11149264_878471642215150_4537045127875859069_nHey everyone! This girl derives from the state of Texas; her style is a “poetic” approach to reality, it can be harsh and even heartbreaking at times, that’s how Michelle expresses herself in her writing.

Michelle’s love for writing comes from the admiration she has for her late Mother, being a published poet herself. Her Mother passed away in 2011 after a long drawn out battle with Huntington’s Disease, this is the inspiration behind the lyrics for Michelle’s song “Moma’s Box of Memories”!

Under her belt Michelle’s received many “editor’s choice awards” from the Poetry Guild, some of her works are published in several anthologies! Her song, “Moma’s Box Of Memories”, has been featured at the 2015 NCMA Awards, the 2015 KAR Dance Nationals, Spotlight Article at Sick Chicks and featured at Music Road Radio Entertainment!!

Influences are Elvis Presley, George Strait, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Deana Carter, Olivia Newton-John, Mary J. Blige, Melissa Etheridge, Sheryl Crow, Martina McBride, Pink and Eminem!

The latest for Michelle; the Official Moma’s Box Of Memories Music Video has been released to the public as of December 4, 2015!

With such a love for writing, Michelle’s expressed her future goals are to continue writing as many songs as she possibly can; her family and friends being most important in her life, are where her desires for success thrives from…Michelle stated, “My wishes are that my husband Dale, my kids and grand-kids will be proud of what I’m trying to accomplish within this lifetime for them.”

To contact Michelle about her songs please email her at: myshell_2@hotmail.com


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