Her journey is one that would begin in the churches and regional rodeo circuits around her hometown in Woodville, Texas. By her pre-teen years, she had already amassed regular appearances on the aforementioned "The Rosie O'Donnell Show", an opening act slot with one her greatest influences Percy Sledge and a recording contract with Lyric Street Records. The latter encouraged her family to move to Nashville where she immersed herself in the songwriting community appearing on such iconic stages as The Ryman and the Bluebird Cafe'. Those foundations ensured her success when she audition for the TV phenomenon "American Idol", securing a spot in Hollywood on Season 12.
"American Idol" would put Kree in millions of homes across the U.S. where she would rise to become a finalist and score her first Billboard charting hit with "All Cried Out" reaching #34 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. "'American Idol' taught me that I never have to dilute my voice or my...Read the full bio at www.kreeharrisonofficial.com