My name is Cheyenne Graff, and I am sixteen years old. I attend Stone Memorial High School as a Junior. I moved to Crossville four years ago, from Phoenix, Arizona. I started singing at the age of two, to a "Billy Bass" fish on the wall. It sang two songs "Take Me To The River" and "Don't Worry, Be Happy." I wrote my single "Long Gone" last year in October, on my great grandmother's one year death anniversary. It is the first song I have ever been able to complete. I have performed at Pioneer Day, The Curtain Call Dinner Theatre, Mirror Lake Blast, The Palace Theatre, and several other places around Crossville. I go to Fairfield Glade Assisted Living to sing for them once a month. I sing in choir at school, and that has given me the opportunity to try out for Mid-state and All-state Choir. I have been a guest soloist, and a featured performer for many benefit concerts around Cumberland County, including my most recent role in the concert version of "Anything Goes" produced by Brian Bacon. I am learning how to play the guitar and piano, and my goal is to become a professional singer in the music industry. I am very grateful for all of the support from my family and friends.
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