Artist Biography Available in: "Teea Goans" is an American country music singer. Teea Goans was singing in church by the time she was three years old and when she turned eight she was spotted at a talent contest by the Truman Lake Opry. A year later she became a full-fledged member. She continued to perform there every week until she was 17 and opened for Grand Ole Opry acts such as Bill Anderson, Little Jimmy Dickens and Grandpa Jones.
From 2010 to 2011 marked a series of firsts for Goans. In January 2010 she made her Grand Ole Opry debut. At The Ryman Auditorium Jean Shephard, a Hall Of Fame Inductee introduced Goans on stage to perform Bill Anderson's Top 10 classic Walk Out Backwards. On July 27, 2010 she released her debut album titled The Way I Remember It. Her first video Letter From God was nominated for the 26th annual Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards. Goans hosted the historical live radio broadcast the Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree for the first time on July 23, 2011.
Quotes-- "Teea Goans is the whole package...good looks, great voice and a style that is steeped in tradition and yet as fresh as this morning’s sunrise. And did I mention she's country with a capital "C?" – Bill Anderson, /Grande Ole Opry / Country Music Hall Of Fame.
"If I've heard a young lady who deserves to be a super star it's Teea Goans!" – Little Jimmy Dickens / Grande Ole Opry / Country Music Hall Of Fame.