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My single "I Don't Need Your Love & Kisses" written by my father Bobby Cash & Wayne Cochran was released to radio by HMG Nashville in Dec. of 2004 on a compilation disc. Since then I've had radio stations request full CD projects from me and have had several other cuts get airplay such as "Runaway", "Get Your Partying Gear", " Be My Baby", " I Couldn't Stop", "Taste The Wine", "Without You" and "Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye".

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Music is my soul. I really don't think I could breathe without it. I grew up with the greatest musical teacher I could have ever had, my father Bobby Cash (he was a 60's Rockabilly artist signed to King Records for a short time in the early 60's). He was a great song writer who's voice was made for radio and he had a stage presence like no other. I feel I've been blessed with some of his talents as well as some of my own and I very much want to share them with the world. I sang on stage for the first time at the age of 9 years old with my father and spent my life throughout the years performing shows periodically with him, at the age of 16 I was the lead singer for an all female rock band called "Spoiled Rotton", then at age 17 I sang lead professionally in Orlando, FL with the band "Barely Legal" for about a year, I then took a break until I was 22 and started singing in a country/rock/pop/dance/blues/jazz band called "KICKBACK" with whom I recorded my first album back in 1997 with special guset performer Clarence Clemmons. It was truly an honor and pleasure to work with such a great sax player. I really wasn't pushing my career at that time, I was just doing the music for fun. I performed in bars for many years, then decided to take a break for a while. I started writing my own music during that time, and in March of 2004 I decided to go full force with my music career. This is what I am meant to do and be!!! I released my first single "I Don't Need Your Love & Kisses" which was co-written by my father Bobby Cash and Wayne Cochran to radio through HMG Nashville in Dec. of 2004. It placed number 33 on the Indie Country Charts. I have also won song competitions for my writing and performances. I wrote "Then Maybe Someday" which was chosen to be the theme song for the Foal Rescue Foundation. Several of my songs have placed in the top 10 on Broadjam. My music is signed up for digital distribution online through CD Baby and is in some jukeboxes nationwide. You can purchase my music at many local stores, CD BABY, CD Pulse, Amazon.com, Tower Records and many other online music sites. I drove to Georgia and auditioned for USA Network's NASHVILLE STAR and made it through to round two. My goal for 2006 is to release my first music video, get much more exposure, write lots of great new songs and hopefully sign a record deal. Please visit my website at WWW.FONDACASH.COM
Thanks to all who support my music, you are appreciated more than you will ever know.