Nashville Chicks with Hits

Nashville Chicks with Hits

Sherrie Austin got her professional start opening for Johnny Cash in Australia at age 14. She remained active as a singer since her teens initially recording as one half of the duo Colourhaus, which also featured Phil Radford. After leaving Colourhaus, she recorded one album in her native Australia before moving to the United States. In the U.S., the actress/singer recorded four studio albums, and charted several singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Her highest-charting single was the No. 18 “Streets of Heaven” in 2003. She has sold over 430,000 albums and 288,000 singles in her career.

sherrie Austin


For award-winning songwriter Kylie Sackley, it’s always been about the songs first. As a wunderkind performer in her birthplace of Australia, Kylie dazzled audiences with her authentic grasp of country, her gorgeously expressive vocals, and her electrifying stage presence. When she won Australia’s most prestigious country music talent search, Star Maker (Keith Urban was a previous winner), she made the fateful decision to go the route of being a professional songwriter, and she hasn’t looked back since. Like Sherrie, this Aussie moved to Nashville.

Kylie Sackley

Alissa Moreno was born on a Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico and began playing violin at age two. As a teenager, she moved to Kona, Hawaii to spend time with her grandfather, Bob Moreno. An established musician, grandpa guided and encouraged his progeny as she developed her piano, guitar, and vocal skills. Over the following years, Alissa moved to Los Angeles and then Nashville to become an artist and a songwriter.

Alissa Moreno

Alissa Moreno

Sherrie, Kylie and Alissa come together from time to time as the Nashville Chicks with Hits.

As part of the Live at the Palm series, Nashville Chicks with Hits will perform at the Michael D. Palm Theatre on Friday, March 27. This evening of Nashville-style fun begins at 7 p.m.

The ladies will be on the stage with their guitars singing the hits they wrote, and telling the stories behind the songs, including Blake Shelton’s GOOD AT STARTIN’ FIRES by Sherrie Austin, Leann Rimes’ NOTHIN BOUT LOVE MAKES SENSE by Kylie Sackley, and Rascal Flatts’ Grammy-nominated EVERY DAY by Alissa Moreno.

The members of Nashville Chicks have a long-list of individual songwriting credits:

“Streets of Heaven” – Sherrie Austin
“ShotGun Rider” – Tim McGraw
“Good At Startin’ Fires” – Blake Shelton
“Where’ve I Been All My Life” – George Straight

“Nothin’ Bout Love Makes Sense” – Leann Rimes
“Sunshine & Summertime” – Faith Hill
“It’s Just That Way” – Alan Jackson

“Every Day” – Rascal Flatts (Grammy Nominated)

The show is general admission seating, and ticket pricing is $22 for adults; $14 for students and children.

For the first 100 ticket purchases there is a special price of $12 per tickets.

More information can be found by visiting or calling 970.369.5669.

For a preview of the show, watch Sherrie in performance:

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