Whitney Lusk is a home grown Country Artist from Spanish Fork, Utah. Her phenomenal vocals and songwriting abilities continue to win her numerous songwriting awards. She’s traveled to L.A. where she worked with artists such as Colbie Caillat, John Rzeznik from the Goo Goo Dolls, and Aisha Francis. She’s written on Music Row and sung at the Bluebird Café in Nashville.
She’s opened for Country Legends Josh Turner, Maddie & Tae, LeAnn Rimes, Billy Currington, and Kellie Pickler, and Pop Artists He Is We and Andie Case.
Whitney has focused her career on writing her own music. From deep emotional ballads to inspiring anthem songs you need to take note of this new country voice. This girl has pipes!
'Whitney Lusk bestows a gloriously elegant admonition on life's burdensome elements - 'Heavens Got A Good One' is an act of closure writ large on the medium of country music.'
The age of the internet is an interesting one indeed. Your roommate could be running a successful online store from your dorm room; a classmate could be a prolific blogger, read by millions; and there could be a singer-songwriter in your city whose music has been streamed half a million times and you could never even know. Such is the case with Spanish Fork country musician Whitney Lusk.
September 19, 2016 the Utah Music Awards took place at the Covey Center for the Arts in Downtown Provo, Utah. Awards were given for the winners of 16 different categories. Nominees included artists like Brickson, [NATIVE/TONGUE], TREN, and Whitney Lusk. These nominees were selected out of 128 project submissions from 25 different countries.
'Be Mine' dances light as a zephyr through a field of flowers - then breaks open into an impassioned country jam; Whitney Lusk is a master of this aesthetic, and a romantic heart of the most passionate description.'
The Song is a reality television show that will feature artists/songwriters performing their original music.
Whitney was selected as one of the top 15 contestants for her original, "Dark Side". She impressed the judges in the first round and advanced to the top 5 where she was eliminated.
While most seventeen year-olds are fretting about their outfits, whether someone likes them or not and generally just being the ‘typical’ teenager we all live with or fondly remember being (I for one was an angel…), Whitney Lusk has bigger things on her mind.
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