It’s been a busy week for Mickey Guyton. This is for terrific and tough reasons. The groundbreaking, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter realized another career milestone on Monday. She gave perhaps her most penetrating and personal rendition yet of her truthful anthem. Guyton sang “Black Like Me” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She was still savoring
Country music songstress, Mickey Guyton, keeps adding to her ever-growing and glowing collection of golden memories and career milestones. This week, the passionate singer-songwriter hit another performance high-mark. This with her late-night television debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, as Billboard per MSN notes. Making history, maternity, and mentoring more talented female artists
Tuesday, November 24, was already a big day for Mickey Guyton. The stellar singer-songwriter took the stage and stepped into her own truth like never before through the past two years. She pledged to write and sing only what rang true for her rather than write or choose “other people’s songs” under the Nashville system.
Mickey Guyton is special to country music in many ways. The songstress credits Dolly Parton, LeAnn Rimes, and Whitney Houston as her major inspirations and influences. And she does so all in the same breath. She said she didn’t see many girls of color like herself when she was growing up around Arlington and Waco,
Mickey Guyton has been a known force in country music by her powerhouse voice and gracious persona since her 2014 debut. The singer-songwriter knows her way around all the Nashville meccas and haunts, too. She has great reverence for the history of her genre. This morning, June 26, she was looking every bit the sleek