Rebecca Lee Daniels is a 21 year-old singer-songwriter from East Tennessee whose eclectic influences range from the bluegrass and folk music she grew up with in the Appalachian mountains to jazz and blues standards of the 40s and 50s. She began singing, songwriting and playing guitar at the age of 15. Over the past six years she has played multiple venues and festivals in Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia including The Down Home, The Blue Plum Festival, The Dogwood Arts Festival and Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Gatlinburg. 

“It's nearly impossible, but if I really had to narrow it down, I’d have to say my primary musical influences are Dolly Parton, Ella Fitzgerald and Brandi Carlile”.