Misty Armour grew up a trucker’s
daughter. “Up in that big rig with my dad, I didn’t have
a care in the world. There was nothing better than being on the open
road, watching farmers in the fields, and being where everybody knew
each other and helped each other out.
That was where the lyrics of my favorite songs came
alive. We sang along with The Hag, Don Williams, Charlie Rich, Ronnie
Milsap, Emmylou Harris, Crystal Gayle, and Barbara Mandrell.
Those artists and those times built my inner musical
Misty and her sister Randi formed a country duo called
“Sister Heartache,” and played the circuit of fairs, festivals,
community events, horse shows, and rodeos throughout California.
“My mom drove us all over the state! She always
supported our dreams, and taught us to follow our hearts even when fear
of the unknown was knocking. It’s finding your center between
music and your personal life that will determine your success”.
People often describe Misty’s voice using imagery
rather than musical terms.
One listener mused, ”It’s like great whiskey…goes
down smooth and catches you off guard; then it fills your head.”
Another fan described it as “a spring thunderstorm.”
Misty’s voice possesses a quality you may not
be able to put into words, but you can bet it will make you FEEL...
I don’t fit anyone else’s mold. I’m
the only me there is, and I want my music to reflect that. I want my
music to change people from the inside out, not simply entertain them.
I believe music can renew, heal, and inspire.”
Just a few bars into “Nobody Knows How a Hero
Lives” you’ll believe it, too
Her biggest fans are her husband Chris, a Marine who
served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and is now serving his community as
a Fireman…and15 month old son Brody.