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The year 2016 has brought about a huge milestone in my life with the graduation from Fort Hays State University with a degree in music, but my musical journey began many years ago. I grew up in a beautiful, small town in Kansas known as Hays. From a young age, I became obsessed with all things music and dance. My mom enrolled me in a local dance studio when I was five and I’ve been hooked ever since. I would do pirouettes and leaps up and down the isles in the grocery store. To accompany that, I would also sing all the time; an official rule of “no singing at the dinner table” had to be instigated in our house. Dinnertime was probably the only time it was quiet at our house though. Music was always playing no matter if I was cleaning, getting dressed in the morning, or in the car on the way to school. One year for Christmas I got a karaoke machine, and I haven’t stopped singing since.  In middle school, I became consumed with singing in a choral setting thanks to my middle school choir director, and the rest is history. I sang in choir all through middle school and high school. I was also a member of our high school’s show choir group all four years, as well as choreographer my junior and senior year. In high school I was heavily involved with theatre, participating in plays and musicals, which included parts such as Daisy Mae from Li’l Abner and Julia in The Wedding Singer. When I graduated, I decided I wanted to continue my musical journey so I enrolled as a music major at Fort Hays State University. While at FHSU, I continued being apart of musicals, playing parts such as Vi Moore in Footloose and Dolly Levi in Hello Dolly. I also was a member of the concert choir as well as the top vocal ensemble, Fort Hays Singers, all five years of my college career. I participated in singing events such as Tiger Idol for three years, taking first place my sophomore year, and singing a solo with the concert choir at KMEA (Kansas Music Educators Association). My freshman year, I won the ”Outstanding Freshman Award” from the FHSU Music and Theatre Department; I’ve been on the Dean’s Honor Roll all but one semester for my entire college career; and as a senior, won the “Donald Stout Choral Award“ from the FHSU Department of Music and Theatre. As you can see, music is my life and my passion. I am excited to begin a new chapter in my musical journey, and I hope you all come along for the ride with me!

Check out a few free downloads and then go to the downloadable songs page and purchase some of her new releases!

"Where The Boys Are" - originally recorded by Connie Francis, was the song Becca used to audition for The Tone Group six  years ago.  Anthony recalls, "I remember when she first came into the studio at age 16 with her mom. When she started singing, I thought something was wrong.  I thought I was playing the original version, but no, it was Becca.”

"Dance" - an original song written by Anthony. Becca first cut backup vocals in 2010 for the version on “The Refuelers” album, but has since re-cut the song to make it a pop/country duet with Anthony.

"Breathe" - an original by Faith Hill, and Becca cut a version of the song in 2013. You will love this cut.  You can really see how she has grown as an artist.

"My Life" - this was written by Anthony as a graduation song in 2004.  It was finally pulled down off the shelf in 2011 for Becca's High School Graduation from Thomas More Prep-Marian (Hays Ks.). The song is also available as a karaoke version for high schools or colleges to use.  Shawn Demuth of Hays, KS, plays the violin parts on this track. 

"I'll Be Home For Christmas"  -  listen to Becca's heartwarming rendition of this beautiful Christmas Classic.  And then go to the downloadable songs page and pick it up.  And then listen to it any time you like.

"Country Boy" - while looking for songs for Becca, this track, originally titled Country Girl from the Refuelers album, written by Anthony, seemed like a perfect fit to showcase Becca’s rockin’ country side.  The fiddle parts are recorded by Shawn Demuth.