I'm not who you think i am



Crossover country-pop singer, multi-instrumentalist, and two time Grammy Award Winner, Rebecca Lynn Howard grew up in Salyersville, Kentucky. She moved to Nashville in 1997 while just in her teens, where she began a career as a songwriter and singer. Her compositions have been recorded by artists including Martina McBride, Trisha Yearwood, Patty Loveless, Jon Michael Montgomery and Reba McEntire to name just a few.

Her writing style varies from country to pop to rock to gospel to deep-rooted, front porch music. She has sung on records and toured with America’s favorite artists such as Dolly Parton, Vince Gill, Kenny Rogers, Blake Shelton, Patty Loveless, Alan Jackson, Steven Tyler, Gretchen Wilson, and many more. Howard is a favorite at The Grand Ole Opry and The Ryman, the mother church of country music.

She toured as one of the headliners of the Grand Ole Opry American Road Show in 2004. Rebecca will forever be associated with her 2002 top 10 smash hit “Forgive”, which is still adored by fans and critics alike.

"When I'm singing, I'm speaking to people. I feel like this venture is an extension of who I am." - RLH

Rebecca Lynn Howard has been blazing trails for over two decades. As a songwriter, Rebecca has a keen understanding of what the public wants and needs. As an artist, having a true connection with her fans has always been important to her.

In 2014, she co-founded The Loving Mary Band and toured as part of Steven Tyler’s country band. She sang on Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler’s #1 country-themed solo album “We’re All Somebody from Somewhere” and performed on tour in the U.S. and Japan. She has also toured as part of Gretchen Wilson’s band.

Her first single on Pump House Records, “I Am My Mother” showcased her magical voice and received outstanding reviews.

Her latest single, “I’m Not Who You Think I Am” is out now and quickly climbing the charts!

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