Lexie T has been singing virtually since she learned to talk. Playing in her room, she would sing for hours to her dolls. Now, this young, vibrant, beautiful woman has taken her talents to large audiences across the prairie provinces and into the United States.
She began performing at age 7 at her school Christmas concert. After that concert she was then booked to open for Brad Johnner for his Centennial tour in 2005. Since that time the whirlwind of shows and appearances have become this young woman's norm.
Her natural talent, outgoing, friendly personality and stage presence have helped her to gain momentum in her music career. She has won numerous talent competitions in Canada and the United States (with her most recent being crowned GX94's Star Search Champion for 2013) and has had the opportunity to perform at some of the largest venues in Canada and the USA such as Craven Country Jamboree; Casino Regina; Country Radio Seminar week and Fan Fest in Nashville TN; Canadian Music Week in Toronto ON with EMI Canada (she was named top 5 in Canada for their online competition); and a finalist on the TV show "Next Star" in Toronto ON with YTV/Chorus Entertainment.
Growing up on a farm in southern Saskatchewan, country music is in her blood. Lexie picked up the guitar at age 12 and soon after began songwriting. She pours her heart and soul into all of her songs, referring to them as her babies and her face lights up with excitement every time she's in studio bringing them to life with the band. Her songs already released to radio nationwide, "That One" and "What A Shame," both rose to the top 50 on the Indie charts in the USA. "What A Shame" was nominated for Song of the Year, and Lexie for Songwriter and Female Vocalist of the Year in 2012 at the Saskatchewan Country Music Awards. On July 1, 2014 her latest single “Don’t Let Me Go” was released to Canadian radio.
Lexie is making great strides in her music career and is poised to make her mark on the musi...Back