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Bridgette Hammers delivers layers of soul with her inspirational songs. Deeply rooted in gospel and church music from her East Texas roots, she intertwines her history with contemporary worship music to bring audiences into the presence of God. Her passion for reaching others with encouraging and uplifting messages through her music is the reason she started the non-profit, findurvoice. (Established to bring awareness against Human Trafficking) Voices Rise is the single that she wrote to bring awareness against the tragedy that human trafficking is having on our children and society. She is currently in studio working on a new EP that will blend her history, present and future into a melodic masterpiece with fun fresh versions of favorite worship songs along with a creative blend of strings and arrangements in her original songs.
Hailed “the best National Anthem singer” by Dale Petroskey, former Baseball Hall of Fame President, Bridgette has been invited to perform the National Anthem for major sporting events with the Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, Frisco RoughRiders and the Baseball Hall of Fame many times over.
Bridgette possesses an individual art that is able to bridge generational and cultural gaps when she performs, uniting hearts in song. Peers and artist alike have described her as an “amazing talent”, as she regularly performs and leads worship at churches such as Gateway Church and Preston Trail Community Church in North Texas.
Bridgette has competed in various music contests on both television and radio. She has been ranked in the top 5 talents by 94.9 KLTY, 99.5 WOLF and 106.1 KISS FM radio stations for vocal competitions. You may of heard Bridgette on TV as she is the voice behind the theme song to "Sabrina the Teenage Witch". Sabrina recently won a daytime Emmy for the opener which included Bridgette singing, Cast My Spell on You.
She holds the title of Founder and CEO at BH Music Studios where she owns and operates one of the most competitive and successful music studios in North Texas. Built from the ground up by her own passion, she is enthusiastic about helping others reach for their dreams as she keeps in pursuits of her dream. She says it's a real honor to help her students learn about the gifts of music, voice, and performance.
Bridgette is currently booking for conferences of all types and guest leading at churches when she is not at her home church, Preston Trail in Frisco, Texas where she serves as a worship leader.