Leah Pritchard
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Leah Pritchard


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- CD titled "Finally the Weekend" (8 original songs)

- Airplay
-- Finally the Weekend, Mason Jar, and Home Kowaliga Home in rotation on WKGA 97.5 FM, Alexander City, AL
-- Boston and Finally the Weekend in rotation on WTLS 106.5 FM, Tallassee,AL



Sammy Kershaw.

First of all, Leah has been very busy over the past year. She has recently performed at the Montgomery Jubilee Cityfest opening for The Lost Trailers and Darius Rucker.

Leah was also recently named the 1st winner of Kowaliga Country radio station (97.5 FM) "IDOL" contest in Alexander City, Alabama.

She can be seen performing around the central Alabama area, anywhere from city festivals to local weddings. She appeared on a local TV program, which featured her on their "Front Porch" and "Barnyard Jamboree" episodes.

Leah was also one of the 64 finalists in the recent CMT.com "Music City Madness" contest for her performance of "City Lights." (original song)

Leah is currently competing in the national radio competition "Colgate Country Showdown," where other great artists such as Martina McBride, Toby Keith, Garth Brooks, Brad Paisley and countless others have gotten their careers kick started. visit their website: www.colgatecountryshowdown.com for more information.

Leah finished recording her first CD at Guest House Studios in Eclectic, AL in April 2009. George McCain (Nashville Promoter and Mayor of Tallassee, AL) introduced her at the CD Release party.

Leah is a singer, songwriter, and accomplished performer. Growing up in Central Alabama, country music was one of the constants in Leah's life. From the classic Hank Williams and Alabama, to the more modern Miranda Lambert and Sammy Kershaw, Leah was influenced by the pure simpleness of their songs, but full of heart, soul, and deep-rooted emotion.

Leah's philosophy is: "Country music is about simple songs written from the heart and come from life experiences."