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Lynn Easterly was born one of six children in Dayton Ohio. She grew up on country music along with Her mother who was also a country music entertainer, sharing the stage with such greats as, Red Sovine, Bobby Helms and Michael Twitty, And the great granddaughter of Italy’s opera singer Cecelia Boni. Lynn started singing at the young age of three years old and by age ten had her own band. Her family moved to Naples Florida where she joined the Florida Country Music Association and won the state award of female vocalist and was the first female in the F.C.M.A. to win the entertainer of the year award. She later joined the Orange Blossom C.M.A. where she collected numerous 1st place female vocalist and entertainer awards, which brought her to the North America Country Music Association International where she also won the title of Female Vocalist and Entertainer of the year. Thus pushing her music career to a professional level. Lynn then went on to win 1st place in one of Loretta Lynn’s talent search competitions where she caught the eyes and ears of Jess McEntire, who then tucked Lynn under his wing guiding her on her first album release , known as the Tough Go Shopping. Lynn has not had an easy road on her trip to fame. She has battled her way back from three major accidents. Two of them narrowly escaping with her life. She is well known for her bubbly personality along with her high energy performance and ability to bring a crowd to its feet 

Lynn Easterly's ‘It Might Get Loud’ Set For Worldwide Release!

Get ready for some true country grit that will leave even the toughest, country, outlaw fan yearning for more.
‘It Might Get Loud’ by Lynn Easterly ft. Brian Harbin was written by Pat Kelley. The track is set to hit airwaves on April 1(st) and will kick off the countdown for her IT MIGHT GET LOUD (Official Music Video) that is set for release WORLDWIDEon April 5(th), IT MIGHT GET LOUD marks Lynn's second studio album since the international release of "Tough Go Shopping" in 2011.
The single ‘It Might Get Loud’ will premiere on CMT, CMT Canada, GAC nationally. It will also be aired on several local networks and via Lynneasterly.com
Known for her upbeat style and outlook, Lynn Easterly has enjoyed phenomenal success both internationally and stateside throughout the span of her career. She is well known for her high energy performance and ability to bring a crowd to it's feet. Her commanding stage presence and apparent love of performing continues to win her an ever-growing and loyal fan base and it reflects in the thousands of CD sales that Lynn has sold off the stage over the last several years. 


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