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Teea Goans

Updated on October 7, 2014

Teea Goans - Country Music Sensation

Teea Goans only recently has made it to the country music scene. But anyone that has heard her knows one thing: She has the face and voice of an angel. I was born at the end of the classic country music scene, and became familiar with the fading stars of country in the 1970's. Teea Goans is a throw-back to a bygone era. Just the sweetest classic country music voice you could ever imagine. Because she does not sing the "new country," Teea Goans has flown under the radar. My goal of this website is to make more people aware of just how fantastic a singer that Teea Goans is. Truly the voice of an angel.

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Teea Goans That's Just Me.

The second album Teea released.

That's Just Me
That's Just Me

Teea Goans has the voice of an angel. One listen to the tracks on this album and you will be hooked. Teea is classic female country all the way. This album is a must-have for country music fans, as well as fans of just good American Made music!

 

Teea Goans Biography

Part 1

Teea Goans was raised in rural Missouri, in Lowry City that is very near the border with Kansas.

She started singing in church when she was just 3 years old. At the age of 10, Teea was in a talent contest and was chosen to perform in a local musical enterprise called the Truman Lake Opry. She performed regularly with them until she was 17. While there, she opened for such well-known Grand Ole Opry acts like Little Jimmy Dickens and Wispering Bill Anderson.

Although Teea got an associate's degree from Longview Community College in Kansas City after high school, she knew she wanted to someday be on the stage at The Grand Ole Opry. Teea has said she drew a picture of herself there when she was in the third grade. Teea Goans moved to Nashville in 2002.

In 2003, after she married her high school sweetheart Brandon, she was encouraged to go on with her music. She wrote songs and performed around Nashville. Teea latched on to what would be her step through the country music door. She landed a job on the Ray Price show at the Ryman Auditorium in 2006. Later, she was asked to start booking acts for the Opry warm up show. During this time, Teea continued to write and sing. It was at the Station Inn where her first big break came. The Station Inn located in Nashvile, was one of the most well-known bluegrass clubs. Her current producer, Terry Choate, first met her there singing with The Time Jumpers. Teea got more exposure when she hosted Inside The Opry Circle, interviewing such country acts like Garth Brooks. This show gave viewers a backstage look at The Grand Ole Opry.

Teea Goans Video Biography - That's Just Me

Teea gives a video biography of herself and a description of her first album, That's Just Me.

Larry's Country Diner
Larry's Country Diner

Teea Goans Biography - Music

Part 2

2010 gave Teea a real start on her musical career. She made her debut at The Grand Ole Opry in January. She was introduced by Country Music Hall of Famer Jean Shephard and performed one of Bill Anderson's songs, Walk Out Backwards.

Teea Goans recorded as an independent on label Crosswind Music Group. Her first album, The Way I Remember It, was released in July, 2010.

Teea has now made two appearances on Larry's Country Diner, shown on RFD-TV. One in 2009, and one just when her second album, It's Just Me, was released in July 2012. Larry's Country Diner is perhaps the best family show on TV at the present time. Good, clean, old fashioned fun, with an emphasis on family and classic country music. If you have never seen it, give it a chance. You will be taken back to yesterday.

We only hope that Teea Goans becomes a major superstar. But, we would never want her to lose her classic country angelic voice. She is a true talent.

Teea has included a version of Over the Rainbow. Yes, the one made famous by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz. Teea included this on the album, It's Just Me. You will be moved. Teea included this because she performed it live for a group of veterans. And was moved herself as to how gracious and appreciative these veterans were while listening to her.

Teea Goans Over the Rainbow

Teea Goans on Larry's Country Diner

Teea Goans

That's Just Me
That's Just Me

This album is her latest and has an uplifting and breathtaking version of "Over the Rainbow."

 

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      TerriCarr 3 years ago

      Mighty nice!

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      joe-buck 5 years ago

      Man she does have the voice of an angel, and when she ends Larry's Country Diner with Over the Rainbow last week, man I was almost in tears. She was born 30 years too late, cuz she si classic country.