It’s difficult to believe that a voice so huge can come from such a petite frame. But time and again, audience members are astounded with the way Becky’s voice completely fills a room. It’s the sound of a true performer, one whose goal is to connect with each and every listener.
Born in Hannibal and raised in Paris, Missouri, a young Becky actually sang before she spoke her first words. Her childhood was filled with singing, and she had a natural feel for showmanship right from the start. Entertaining others has been a constant in her life ever since, whether singing back every TV commercial she would hear, performing in a 6th grade talent show with a song by her musical favorite, Dolly Parton, or eventually cheerleading for the Missouri Tigers in college. Becky loves to perform, and you feel it the instant she walks on stage.
In the last few years, Becky has made her presence known in Nashville, producing new music with a bevy of talented musicians and songwriters. Several of Becky’s most recent songs were produced by Brent Rader (Joe Nichols, Jo Dee Messina), and she continues to collaborate with her husband, Nashville touring and session drummer, Will Denton (Tracy Lawrence, Leann Rimes, Steven Curtis Chapman). Being immersed in the creative community there has brought about tremendous growth both personally and musically. Her latest material convincingly presents a new benchmark in her writing and vocal abilities. Becky's latest release, "Take Me Back to Tybee," co-written by Becky, Will, and fellow songwriter friend, Bill Whyte, has received widespread airplay in the tropical-americana radio format, and it climbed to #1 on the Weekly Trop 40 Chart on July 7, 2019! Becky can also add international singing star to her list of accomplishments. Her song, “I Love Dolly,” went to #18 on the Australian Country Radio charts, and her single “Two Bags, One Beach” was the most downloaded song on Australia’s Country Radio Singles #210 Compilation CD.
Becky is nearing completion on her first full-length album...stay tuned.