Join us on July 29 from 7pm – 10pm – Charlotte Leigh – will be playing at Hurricane Marina.
Charlotte Leigh has been on a journey garnering her millions of impressions, frequently releasing fresh new music. In her earlier years in her home state of Arkansas, she was immersed in performing, even fronting a popular Prince Cover Band. Surrounded by so many styles of music, she blossomed as a vocal force steeped in Rhythm and Blues, Soul, Pop and Country. Having grown up singing in church, Charlotte found she couldn’t contain her enthusiasm for music. It was her biggest influence and where she first took the stage laying the foundation for her powerful bluesy delivery.
Crediting her faith as the reason she makes music in the first place, she embraces a broad and diverse audience. Shortly after moving to Nashville, Charlotte began to record and release the songs she had been writing. Pouring her heart and soul into them, she quickly found new fans hungry for her music. Her most successful track to date “Give In To Me” quickly gained millions of streams drawing critical acclaim and landing on a number of popular editorial playlists. Opening shows and performing with Zac Brown Band, Eli Young Band, BackRoad Anthem and more, Charlotte continues the quest with new music.
Constantly redefining and growing her sultry sound through her songwriting and powerhouse voice, she continues to push the boundaries creating deeper imagery and authenticity that is all her own. Matt Mangano of Zac Brown Band says, “Charlotte’s melodies draw you into the song and hold you there. Her lyrics are always instantly relatable. I’m always impressed with what she puts out and her new music is no exception.” Grammy Award-winning songwriter Marcus Hummon calls Charlotte “A powerful vocalist. She is like Phoebe Snow in a new generation.”
Charlotte says, “I create music with my emotions and heartfelt experiences. It’s a type of healing for the listener and for me.”
About her songs, Charlotte says, “Everyone has deep and sometimes similar feelings, but they relate based on their own personal experiences. That’s the magic, and my job is to take us there. Since I can remember, my heart behind what I do is to serve people, and I hope to achieve that through my work. ”