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At the age of 13, she developed love for country music and frequently made a trip to Nashville to attend talent search events.
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Her debut single, "Johnny & June," entered the country charts in early 2008, followed by the release of her debut album What Am I Waiting For in August of that year.
"Johnny & June" peaked at number 11 on the country charts, in late September 2008, and was followed a month later by "Cry Cry ('Til the Sun Shines)".
It was eventually worth it, for not only was she able to get out of the circle as far as her creativity requires her to, but she also earned an acknowledgment as a solo artist who can write her own songs.
Heidi Newfield (born October 4, 1970) is an American country music artist. These albums accounted for eight singles on the Billboard country charts, including the group's highest peaking, the No. Newfield sang lead vocals on most of the group's songs, including every single except "Just What I Do." She also played rhythm guitar and harmonica and co-wrote several songs on each album.
11 on the Hot Country Songs charts, is the first release from her solo debut album, What Am I Waiting For, which has produced a second Top 30 country hit, "Cry Cry ('Til the Sun Shines)." Newfield recorded three albums as a member of Trick Pony: Trick Pony (2001), On a Mission (2003) and R. Judd's cover of the Ray Stevens song "Gitarzan", featured on Judd's 2007 album Boogity, Boogity - A Tribute to the Comedic Genius of Ray Stevens.
Later that same year, Newfield began working with record producer Tony Brown to record her solo album for Curb Records, the same label to which Trick Pony was signed from 2004 to 2008.
“I can look myself in the mirror, put my hand on a Bible, or even talk to our mothers up in heaven and feel like I really tried,” she says. Now, my best is best served by being true to myself.” Heidi and Bill, an NFL agent, wed in June of 2004 on a Florida beach.
The two met at a corporate fundraiser while she was still a member of the trio Trick Pony, best known for their infectious hit, ‘Pour Me.’ The blond beauty went solo in late 2006 with encouragement from her husband.