Country Singer Nicole Mote- 16 year old country
One of the best 16-year-old country music singers on Planet Earth! A member in good standing of country singer association, Young Guns Of Country Music
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Nicole is a 16 years old girl who loves to sing and dance. She has been performing in front of crowds since she was 3 years old. In Nicole's own words: "I have always loved to sing. I made up songs to help me remember my science and social studies in school which I hated but seemed to pass easily."
Nicole is from Easley, South Carolina where she stays very busy doing what she loves best, singing wherever she can. She has made many senior citizens very happy by performing for them at nursing homes in her area with her school chorus group. Nicole says. "It was so much fun making the elderly smile".
Nicole enthusiastically exclaims, "I perform at every school event or production I possibly can".
She entered the Pickens County Farm Bureau Contest when she was only 9 years old and won. She went on to the state competition in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where she received first runner-up. Nicole states, "This was a great experience for me as I met people from all over the state. I love to make new friends and that I did."
For years Nicole has been singing with SHOW TIME INTERNATIONAL, a performing group in her area. With this group she has had the opportunity to sing at the FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVAL in Easley, South Carolina; HIAWASSEE MOUNTAIN FAIR in Georgia where they opened for Connie Smith; THE ALABAMA THEATRE & MUSIC CITY GRILL in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. For years she has performed every Friday during the summer at OSCEOLA LAKE INN. She has, also, performed at many corporate parties.
Nicole has been compared to Patsy Cline, Lee Ann Rimes, Lee Ann Womack and Trisha Yearwood. Nicole says, "This is an honor to me, because these are such great artist. My dream is to make it in the country music world as they have. However, with the parents that I have I am sure I will feel success no matter what."
It doesn't matter if Nicole feels good or bad when she performs, she'll reach deep down inside like all real entertainers do and expose only her best. When you watch Nicole perform you don't see Nicole and her music as separate entities. You see them as "ONE". Yes, her music is not an extension of her. It is a part of her.
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