These are some of Nancy's favorite songs, and the "Man in
Montana," is a beautiful song she wrote to honor her Dad.
Nancy has loved singing since the age of two. She formed her own All Girl Band when she was in High
School, they played in her home town as well as up to 150 miles away. During the summer of her Junior
year in school she was called to fill in for the drummer and to sing with seven different bands that came
to town. During her Senior year in High School she toured Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota,
Nebraska, and Kansas with the "Steve Martin Show," a country band. Determined to graduate with her
classmates, Nancy took four subjects in five weeks by correspondence (tutored by her Mother who
traveled with the band for those five weeks). She returned to her home town in Montana to graduate
with her class. The next night after graduation, she was playing and singing again with the band in
Minot, North Dakota. Nancy felt she needed to continue with her education, and attended Belmont
College in Nashville, Tennessee for 1 1/2 years, taking Music Business as a Major, and Physchology
for a Minor.
Nancy has kept busy over the years singing at Jamboree in the Hills in Wheeling, W.V; Fan Fair in
Nashville, TN; the Grand Old Opry in Canada, London Gardens in London, Ontario, and at the
Kitchener Auditorium in Kitchener, Ontario; the Red Sovine Show at London Gardens; County Fairs
in Montana; National Conventions; U.S.O. Shows; the Singapore Club in Miami Beach, Florida;
Frontier Club and Auditorium at West Yellowstone Park; and the National Music Operators Conventions
She also performed on live radio performances such as Ernest Tubb's Midnight Jamboree; W.M.N.I.'s
Country Cavalcade, Southern Theatre, in Columbus, Ohio; and W.M.C. in Memphis, Tennessee.
Nancy was featured on "Grass Roots Gold," for a one hour live radio interview over K.M.O.N. in Great
Falls, Montana. She also did live radio interviews over K.O.Y.N. in Billings, Montana; and K.S.O. in
Des Moines, Iowa.
She sang for a taped T.V. show in Memphis, Tennessee for five days; and did seven songs on a video
for Nashville, R.F.D., and Music World.
Nancy has also performed in Canada with a band. She sang and played drums with the "Country
Connection," over in Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden for six weeks one year, and for four
weeks the next year.
She has performed on shows with some of the best entertainers which include, Minnie Pearl, Jim &
Jessie, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, The Stonemans, Jeannie Seely, Charlie Walker, Ronnie Robbins,
Robyn Young, Rex Allen, Jr., Tony Booth, Jeanne Pruett, Red Sovine, Archie Campbell, Jack Greene,
Ray Pillow, Roy Drusky, Shebb Wooley, Michael Twitty, Christi Wooley and Larry Booth.
This is not Nancy's first experience in a Recording Studio. She made two albums in Nashville before
this, and four of her songs were charted in the National Billboard Magazine. If you are an artist this is the one
magazine where you hope to see your song and name listed.
Although Nancy has had her own Massage Clinic in Lewistown, Montana for over nine years now,she still has a love for singing, and probably would go back into it if the right opportunity came along.
Nancy put a lot into this CD, which was done in Montana, Arkansas, and Nashville, Tennessee.
She hopes you enjoy listening to this CD as much as she enjoyed making it.
To all of you who purchase this CD, Nancy says a most sincere THANK YOU!!!
1. Where The Angels Fly
2. Something With Wings
3. If We Pray
4. U.S. of A.
5. My Everything
6. The Best Is Yet To Come
7. That's The Faith Talkin'
8. There Is A Reason
9. Who Have You Been Talkin' To
10. Man In Montana