Alisa Asbury is an award winning artist from Georgia.
Her style of singing has become a fan favorite in the south, as she delivers power packed vocals with an earthy soul.
Alisa has received numerous industry and fan nominated awards including "Favorite Gospel Artist" in Georgia, by "Atlanta-Country.Com" for 2 years.
She has won state & international awards such as "Female Vocalist of the Year"
& "Female Entertainer of the Year" & "CD of the Year" by the
"Georgia Country & Gospel Music Association" and the "North American Country Music Association International".
Performing in such prestigious venues such as Dollywood, Six Flags Over Georgia, The Country Tonight Theater, Opryland Hotel, The Georgia Mountain Fair and TBN, Alisa has definitely made a name for herself as someone to watch in 2013 in the Southern Gospel music scene.
She has scheduled a fall & winter tour opening for the legendary Gerald Crabb of the Crabb Family.
In 2011, Alisa started "Morning Glory Entertainment" with the help from her producer & mentor, Eddie Crook.
Eddie produced Alisa's cd titled, "My New Journey" and released her first single, "Came To Get My Blessing".
Alisa recently signed with "Rhonda Thompson Promotions", which is one of the largest promotions company that only
promotes the major artists in the Gospel Industry.
Alisa has devoted many years to helping up and coming artists. She has guided their careers and shown them the best way to get a good start in the music industry. She has helped promote scores of concerts for these unsigned artists, as well as mentoring hundreds of kids & teens, to try to help build a bridge to the youth with her experience and guild them through the in's and out's of todays music industry.
For the past 7 years, Alisa has been the president of the "Georgia Country & Gospel Music Association" which is a non-profit organization devoted to assisting unsigned artists and to helping raise money for many charities across the southeastern states.
In 2011, Alisa also added to her resume', the role of President for the "Tennessee Country & Gospel Music Association" and hopes to build it and do for their members, what she has done for her home state of Georgia.
Alisa feels it is now time for her to step out and promote herself. She says that for many years, she has put her own dreams on the back burner, while helping all the kids she loves, as well as many adults who never got to perform out in public until the Georgia Association provided them a platform to do so.
So far, Alisa has enjoyed getting back out on the road and meeting new fans and hopes that everyone will keep visiting her site at www.AlisaAsbury.com and see when she's scheduled at a city near you.
Alisa says that it's more than humbling, to see so much support for her, as she has been preparing for this new journey in her life and she says that her only goal is to sing what God has given her to sing and hope that it will help lead someone to the Lord.