Toni Clare (16) a young country artist from Madison County, Virginia. Singer, musician, and songwriter and has been performing since the age of eight. Among many of her shows, Toni played at the Culpeper State Theatre in Virginia, the Lafayette Music Room in Memphis, Tennessee, and the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee. She performs at restaurants, festivals, benefit concerts, private parties and more.
Toni Clare’s hometown is in the foothills of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, where the area is full of flowing rivers and streams, flowering knolls, and many miles of country roads. She lives on her family farm and is one of three girls, all close in age, and all of whom are musicians. The Madison County area is home to many festivals and year-round music, all of which provide an inspiring setting for this country artist.
Toni Clare recently wrote and recorded a CD (EP), “It Takes Two”, in Atlanta, Georgia with Madison Records. Her album is available anywhere music can be purchased including ITunes, Spotify, and Amazon.
Along with performing solo, Toni Clare is the lead singer for Ransom Harmony, a bluegrass, and country band from central Virginia. Check out their website www.ransomharmony.com for upcoming events, videos, and more!
“I wanted ‘Country Home’ to have a smooth melody and be fun to sing to, no matter what age you are. I know many of my fans live somewhere similar to Madison County where I come from and I want them to remember experiences like this. For those from the city, I want them to know what they’re missing
and to get out and experience a little back-creek living. Country Home guitar riffs, drums, and bass are hard hitting, making you want to move to the beats and rhythms.” – Toni Clare
Do You Realize
“Do You Realize” is an upbeat country love song about a girl with a crush who just can’t get up the nerve to talk to a guy. I wanted this first song of mine to be catchy and one that everybody can sing and dance along to. I also wanted to experiment right off the bat with different sounds and techniques, thus the “radio voice” toward the later part of the song. The lead guitar and harmonies also add sweetness to the song, but the breaks and rhythm define a groovy style.” – Toni Clare