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MP3 Laurie McCann - Little Town
Florida singer/songwriter Laurie McCann combines outstanding vocals,superb musicianship and well-crafted lyrics for this awesome collection of original country music. This music is sure to please listeners of any age.
10 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Traditional Country, COUNTRY: Modern Country
Laurie McCann grew up in Plant City, Florida. Her singing career started at the age of 12 in her parent’s band (Tommy D. & The Harvley’s) where she honed her skills in front of large audiences such as the Florida State Fair in Tampa, Florida and the Strawberry Festival in Plant City, Florida. When her parents retired from performing in 1985,Laurie embarked on a career as a solo performer and has appeared with many of the great country
music stars such as Ronnie McDowell, Hank Thompson, Narvel Felts,and others as an opening act. Along with her singing and songwriting talents, Laurie plays rhythm guitar and has performed at opry style shows, with bands, at various fairs, and as a solo act around Florida.
Laurie moved to Lake Panasoffkee, Florida in 1982. Laurie and her husband David McCann, Sr. have been married for 15 years and have two children. Their daughter Brittney is thirteen and their son David, Jr. is ten.
Laurie started writing songs in the 90’s; hoping to be able to record them someday. In June of 2000 Laurie decided to pursue her life long dream of recording her own album.
Under the direction of veteran producer/engineer Bobby Croft (owner of Grey Area Studio in Umatilla, Florida), Laurie’s album titled “Little Town” was completed in October, 2001. Eight of the songs on the “Little Town” album were written by Laurie McCann. “We Were Meant To Be” and “Look At You Now” were co-written with her sister Patty Buzze.
The title song “Little Town” boasts about the social life of Laurie’s hometown of Lake Pasnasoffkee, Florida, however the lyrics play to all small towns that dot the American scene. “Daddy’s Store” is a nostalgic recall of when Laurie’s father had to close his beloved business, Harvley’s Appliances, after 51 years of service to the community. The song “Over There” is a tribute to all our past, present, and future veterans who have fought for the everyday freedoms we enjoy. McCann’s collection of original country music is being played on country radio stations around Florida.
Laurie McCann is currently working on another album in collaboration with her sister Patty Buzze . This album includes songs written by her parents Tom & Patty Harvley as well as songs written by Laurie and her sister Patty.
Laurie McCann can be reached for bookings and information by contacting her at: