“It was a dream come true to perform on The Grand Ole Opry! I had so much fun playing with Riders In The Sky! I can’t stop smiling!”
— Phoebe White, 13-year old yodeling cowgirl from Kentucky
Phoebe is a 13-year old self-taught yodeler with an extensive vocal range, and equally dynamic and jovial personality. Phoebe enjoys playing guitar, mandolin, piano, ukulele, banjo, and more. Her love of music spans many different generations and genres, but her favorites are country, western, gospel, bluegrass, and R&B. Her bubbly inner child, poise on stage, powerful voice, and energetic performances are simply captivating since she began performing at the age of eight. Phoebe is inspired by music pioneers who have gone before her. Like most country artists and singer-songwriters, one of her biggest goals was to perform on the Grand Ole Opry. That goal became reality on August 2, 2023 when she was called up to guest perform with GRAMMY award winning and Grand Ole Opry Members Riders In The Sky, whom she also recorded her debut EP with in 2022, UnXpected.
Phoebe has also performed with Suzy Bogguss, members of Chicago, The Doobie Brothers, New Grass Revival, The McLain Family Band, and shared the stage with Folksinger Michael Johnathon, David McLean, and Bluegrass band of the year: The Farm Hands. She has also performed in Nashville, on national TV, and worldwide radio; appeared on Best of America by Horseback on RFD-TV; plus was featured at the country music capital of Kentucky: Renfro Valley, The Kentucky Opry, and will receive an honorary exhibit at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame on August 12, 2023. Phoebe also likes to dance, swim, and go camping with her family. However, Phoebe’s most favorite thing to do is entertain live audiences, which she has been doing since 2017.
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