BIOGRAPHY

Valerie Jeanne's new single "Rainbow After The Storm" recently went to #1 on The Christian Music Weekly Charts.  It also was in the top 40 on 
Nashville Christian Connection Charts. This song was written by award winning songwriter Michelle McCammond & Mellad Abeid.

Valerie Jeanne is a powerhouse vocalist from the Pacific Northwest. She started her singing career at the age of three and has been captivating listeners with her amazing voice ever since. She has opened for major names such as Freddie Fender, Sherrie Austin, Big House, and Doug Supernaw. She has performed live radio shows, recording projects, and radio and television commercials as well as entertaining guests like Wayne Newton and Jack Hannah at private parties. Valerie also performs in musical theatre. She had the honor to work with Oscar and Academy Award winning actress and legend Patty Duke in the 2013 Traditions of Christmas musical. She was a headliner performing a tribute to the vocal giant Celine Dion in a Vegas style production called Showstoppers Live and performed a tribute as Carrie Underwood in Las Vegas. Valerie is an award-winning singer who competed in the San Francisco rounds of the X-Factor, Nashville's Charlie Daniel's Talent Round Up, and the Spokane Frog FM Country music vocalist contest where she took first place. She has graced billboards and is first call to perform the National Anthem for popular sporting events such as Gonzaga Men's Basketball, Spokane Indians, and Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night for the Spokane County Fair Rodeo. Valerie worked with songwriters Michelle McCammond and Bill Byrne, and is one of the vocalists featured on the newly released album, “Together”. This album will help the homeless, with 100% of the proceeds going to the Union Gospel Mission. Her life changed in the winter of 2014, defining her amazing story of faith, hope, and perseverance. She was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of breast cancer, stage three, called HER2 positive. Valerie fought for her life, and although she is currently in remission, it is still an ongoing battle. Her life’s goal now is to be a voice for women fighting this horrible disease. She has performed at events like Laugh For The Cure, Because There Is Hope, Think Pink Fashion Show, Survivor's Gala for Susan G. Komen, and the opening of Race For The Cure. Valerie is thrilled to announce a new single entitled “Rainbow After the Storm”. Michelle McCammond and Mellad Abeid wrote this song for her to sing in light of her cancer battle. “Rainbow After the Storm” has recently hit #1 on Christian Music Weekly and charted in the top 40 on Nashville Christian Connection. Her story and single have appeared on KHQ, KREM 2, KXLY, and FOX 28. She was a special guest on Fox 28 Good Day Gotta Hear This. “Rainbow After the Storm” is now being played on regular rotation on 89.9 KYMS, and she just finished recording her second song, “This Side of Crazy”, written by Michelle McCammond and Luke Yates. Most recently Valerie was a featured guest artist on K102 Country “ Morning Stampede Show”. She is grateful to God to be alive and has a new song in her heart.