Louisiana-bred Micki Fuhrman comes by her chops honestly. She grew up in a home

with a perpetual soundtrack of classic country & western music including Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis and the Sons of the Pioneers. By the age of seven she was singing in her grandmother's rural

church...at thirteen she joined a contemporary Christian band and by fifteen was

headlining Shreveport's venerable "Louisiana Hayride." She recorded for MCA and

Word Records, becoming one of the earliest artists to span both secular and Christian

markets. Micki garnered guest spots on "The Grand Ole Opry" and toured with several

major artists.





A sweeping, cinematic collection of songs of the American West, traditional and new, WESTBOUND is canyon-deep, prairie-wide and clear as a Rocky Mountain stream.

BACK PORCH TORCH (2005) is a collection of songs that read

like a Louisiana road map. She takes you to small town gas stations and big city jazz

clubs, roadside churches and cold prison cells, late night laundramats and Civil War

cottonfields. Her voice slides from swanky to swampy in one breathless heartbeat.