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Mandy Barnett is an American country music artist who has been active since 1995. She is now widely ragarded as one of the most famous country artists performing live so much so that many people book Mandy Barnett tickets each year in advance to catch her next live concert. Mandy Barnett has released a number of albums through record labels such as Asylum Records and Capitol Records. Originally from Crossville, Tennessee, she has gained fame among fans of country music and has also been seen performing and working with the likes of Kyle Lehning and Patsy Cline.
Mandy Barnett is also an actress though she is best known for her career in music. She has three of her songs rank high on the Billboard Country music charts and has released three albums to date. On Broadway, she has starred in the famous musical, Always… Patsy Cline, a musical on the life of Patsy Cline. In this musical, she played the role of Patsy Cline for which she gained critical acclaim. Her music has been commercially a hit, selling many copies, and earning her many an award as well from some of the most reputable award giving bodies.
Barnett grew fond of music at a young age, starting by singing at her local church when she was only five years old. She was encouraged by her mother and soon began performing live, with singing engagements at many places such as VFW Halls and bowling alleys. She also performed at political rallies at that young age, for candidates such as Vice President Al Gore and at the age of nine, she began a professional career in gospel music, financially backed by her father.
Mandy Barnett also began her career on stage at the same time that she joined Dollywood’s theatre cast and performed on stage with Dolly Parton. After winning a talent contest, she recorded a demo in Nashville. Her mother saw that she appeared on the Ernest Tubb Record Shop’s Midnite Jamboree radio show which aired right after the Grand Ole Opry show and featured George Hamilton IV, a star of the Grand Ole Opry. She was then signed on by producer Jimmy Buzz and debuted her professional career at the age of twelve on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. She performed a cover of Crazy, a song by Patsy Cline whom she would later play in a musical.
A few years later, Barnett had the opportunity to play Patsy Cline in Always…Patsy Cline, a musical based upon the life of the legendary country music star. This role led to sold out performances and rave reviews all over the nation. She also performed on the cast recording of the musical and was then signed onto Asylum Records. She released a self-titled album that gained her rave reviews in magazines such as Time and Playboy as well as in trade publications. Veteran artists of the American country music industry praised her work with Seymour Stein particularly praising it as leaving him ‘spellbound’ to this point that she was the first he signed on when he started his label, Sire Records, a part of the Warner Music Group.
This particular performance features Barnett live on the Grand Ole Opry stage, performing a concert that can be seen live by booking Mandy Barnett tickets. This is a performance that is part of the most famous country music concert.