Road Dog Media Group at CRS with Alexis Ebert
Ok Ya'll, this is one of our #RideOrDie artists, Alexis Ebert. We caught up with her during Country Radio Seminar in Nashville and immediately became fans as well as friends. Ebert's new single "Ride Or Die" will be available everywhere music is sold on March 29th and you must get your copy.
Ebert gave us a little inside scoop on the writing of "Ride Or Die" and where the inspiration came from, without naming any names. She gives us some information on how the album has a theme and shares what she has coming up soon. We even ended up having a conversation that almost turned into a Toby Keith song.
Ebert's energy is so infectious and we probably could've talked to her all day but we had to share her with everyone else. Make sure to watch our interview and you will fall in love with her as we did.
Alexis, thank you for taking the time to talk with us! You truly are the most modest and uniquely you people I have met and I admire that so much, do not ever change that about yourself. We wish you the best in all you have coming up and with the release of the single just a couple of weeks away, we will make sure to share, share and share! Your a bright star my dear and we can not wait to see what happens next and we look forward to talking to you again.
About Alexis Ebert:
Alexis is a free-spirited wild child who lives for adventure yet is tamed by a peaceful silence that comes from within.
The Oregon native began singing professionally when she was just six years old--opening for Tanya Tucker--and before entering her teenage years, she took the spotlight on the same stages as Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Sugarland, Trace Adkins and many more. She landed an audition for “Country Tonight” (Branson) and made the grade to join the cast of 60. She performed two shows a day, sixdays-a-week over the course of a six-month tour as a twelve-year-old.
Alexis “arrived” in Music City, TN in 2003 and captured the attention of Warner Bros. bigwigs who threw a label deal on the table nearly on the spot. She joined the Warner Bros. roster in 2004, secured a major publishing deal, and recorded an entire album (featuring 12 Alexis Ebert originals) with the goal to release a debut single to country radio. The plan was nixed when a new chief was seated; she moved on to sign a staff writing deal with Sony ATV Publishing.
Alexis’ talents have been tapped by motion picture film producers; “The Real Me” is featured in the Disney movie “Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen” (Lindsay Lohan). She also landed a role in the 2014 film “Like A Country Song” (Billy Ray Cyrus); two Ebert tunes appear on the soundtrack.
Now signed with two of the most prominent independent publishing companies on The Row (Wrensong Music Publishing/Rezonant Music Publishing), Alexis is positioned to introduce a series of signature songs in 2019 including “Wanted,” “Trailer Trashed” and her debut single, “Ride Or Die,” is set to debut at country radio in March 2019.
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