Vocalists Crystal Smith and Nicole Perkins share a philosophy in country music, admiring the soulful traditions of classic country and the rebellious outlaw spirit embodied in modern country.
Crystal was introduced to country music by her father and cut her teeth on the likes of Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard. Her interest in music grew throughout her childhood as she performed in youth groups, as an anthem singer, and finally on her own before becoming one half of Foxx Worthee.
Shaped by dual influences from her country loving grandmother and rock n’ roll parents, Nicole embraced both singing and acting and her vocal gifts also led to success as an anthem singer and in singing competitions throughout her early twenties. Nicole's dedication to making music has never wavered, even as she began her family and took on nurturing the talents of her children as well.
Pre-quarantine, Foxx Worthee was running strong releasing a number of songs to radio, breaking into the top 100 on the Canadian country charts and playing stages across western Canada including Nashville North and Grey Cup Festival. With time away from the road and live stages over the last year, the girls have been back to composing new original music and preparing to light up stages across the country.
Together, Foxx Worthee is a unique commodity in Canadian country music- seeking to bring back the soul of country music while redefining what women can stand for in country music- equal parts wildflower and shotgun shell.
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