Sierra Bernal is a CMA member and Nashville recording singer/songwriter. Bernal is originally from the state of Texas. At the age 10 she sang a cappella verison of Pasty Cline’s “Walkin After Midnight” in a talent show. A couple days later after the talent show Houston Press did a writing piece about Bernal and the story caught the attention of vocal coach Gary Bankston. Bankston thought Bernal’s lyrics were pure poetry.
Bankston reach out to Bernal and wanted to offer her free vocal lessons, so Bernal took him up on his offer. Bernal is known throughout the music community in her hometown of Tomball, which is located outside of Houston and also in Nashville. She is continually writing and collecting material for an official debut. With many visits to Nashville, Bernal is getting educated in all areas of the music industry by meeting with producers, songwriters and industry executives.
Some of Bernal favorite music to listen to is Classical, Jazz, Country, Pop/Rock and R & B. As a woman she value how singer Taylor Swift paved the way for other musicians to be taken serious. Bernal feels she is similar to Swift by being herself and wanting to showcase her own voice and not anyone else.
Bernal has played at many famous Nashville’s venues such as the Bluebird Café and Commodore Grill. In Texas she had played at Dosey Doe’s Big Barn, Main Street Crossing, Pufffabelly’s and Houston Rodeo Cookout.
When Bernal is not focusing on her music she enjoys hobbies like shooting, fishing and traveling. She also reads a lot, dances and gives back when she can. Bernal hopes to also perform for Wounded Warriors one day as a way to honor her brother Austin who is serving in the U.S. Marine Corps.
If you would like to find out more about Sierra Bernal then check out her website www.sierrabernal.com.
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