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2016 Belk Southern Musician Showcase Winner,Β Kelsey Lewis, a singer/songwriter from DFW has been singing & performing all across TX since she was 6 yrs old. She has performed at several of the premiere venues in North Texas and as support for various headliners. In July of 2013, she released her debut album, produced by Richie Biggs & Mark Hill, "Beautiful View;" a 10 song album infused with Lewis' originals as well as a classic Perry Como staple. Since her release, Kelsey has been coined as "Vintage Futuristic," & has been performing & writing for future musical endeavors.

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2016 Belk Southern Musician Showcase Winner and theΒ 2016 DFW Icon Grand Champion,Β Kelsey Lewis, (born on December 31st, 1994) a singer /songwriter from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, has been singing and performing since she was 6 years old. From “The Palladium Ballroom” in Downtown Dallas to “American Airlines Center” in front of the “X-Factor” judges to performing live for KTXD47 Station’s “The Broadcast TV,” Kelsey has performed on many stages and venues.

It was at the age of 13 when Kelsey truly discovered her love and passion for songwriting. She has since then written a volume of different songs ranging from love, life, and the lessons learned along the way.

In December of 2012, she left for Nashville to pursue her debut album with 2V Productions. Producers Richie Biggs(recording engineer for The Civil Wars, Amy Grant, George Strait, etc.) and Mark Hill(bassist for Reba McEntire and previous band manager for Keith Urban) came together with Kelsey to create “Beautiful View,” a 10 song album with 8 originals from Lewis, a song co-written with Mark Hill and then a 1950’s cover of the classic Perry Como hit, “Catch a Falling Star.” Beautiful View is said to be an album “that has to be savored in its entirety, because it is meant to delight and fill the listener with felicity, through lyrical storytelling by the singer.”

Since putting out her album, she has been coined with the title of “Vintage Futuristic,” when describing her unique style and sound. She loves the art of taking the new and infusing it with the old. Inspired by artists such as The Civil Wars, Joy Williams, Adele, Sara Bareilles, Jason Mraz, Colbie Caillat, Kimbra, Taylor Swift, Norah Jones, Regina Spektor, Etta James, and Patsy Cline, just to name a few, the range of personality and character in each song can most definitely be traced back to some of the artists listed above.

She is currently out performing and finding inspiration for future albums/projects to come. “I just really hope that in some way or form that through my stories they will be able to connect with yours . That’s the beauty about music….it’s a language of it’s own.”

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