This little girl has grown up to be a woman with a voice as sweet as her mama’s youtube

Her mom has a huge catalog of hits, most notably the gorgeous song, “I Hope You Dance” and her Dad has written songs for everyone from Kenny Chesney to Rascal Flatts and Reba to Ricky Skaggs.

So, the girl has some good musical genes. But we didn’t expect her to be this good.

While her voice has a lot of the same ring as her hit-making mama Lee Ann Womack, Aubrie Sellers is her own music-making machine. The 25 year old has been singing backup for the last seven years for artists like Miranda Lambert and David Nail but as of late, she’s stepping up to the lead microphone via her new single “Sit Here and Cry.”

Named to Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Ten Country Artists You Should Know,” CMT’s “Next Women Of Country Music” and The Tennessean’s “One’s To Watch” in 2016, Aubrie looks poised for one breakout year.

While her debut album “New City Blues” hits stores at the end of this month, she’s already winning over audiences opening a few shows for Chris Stapleton, performing at Steamboat Fest and even taking the famed Grand Ole Opry stage.

Based in Chicago but often in Nashville, Ken Churilla is a contributor for Rare Country. Follow him @KenChurilla and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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