Meet Sandy Croft Nipp - your instructor.
Sandy began singing at the age of 4.
At 12 she signed with independant record label AngelSong Records and recorded her solo album "Easier".
The title track was written by country legend Pam Tillis, who also sang backup harmonies on the song. "Easier” went on to chart in the 40's on the top 100 Billboard charts.
The success of “Easier” got the attention of the major labels, and soon Sandy would sign with Capitol Records.
During the next several years, Sandy had 5 singles chart on the Billboard Top 100.
She would stay busy with live performances including an appearance at "Grand Ole Opry".
She toured as a support act for country greats George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Lee Greenwood, Steve Warnier, Vern Godson, Terri Gibbs, Jon Conley, and others.
She also appeared on multiple nationally televised programs and events, several of which were performed live.
Once in her 20's, Sandy was ready for a change.
She switched her focus to Rock, and joined the Atlanta-based band "WildFlower".
Together they would tour the southeast club circuit extensively including "Spinaker's" in Panama City Beach.
She also began to write, produce, and sing on many musical projects at Lake Star Studios in Atlanta, Ga.
Sandy has been featured in magazines and other print publications including:
Billboard, Cashbox, Country Music News,
Music Row, Country Music Inquirer,
Nashville Banner, Chattanooga Times, Teen Beat,
Hollywood Reporter, Country Music Parade,
Atlanta Journal, and Indianapolis Reporter.
Today Sandy enjoys working with her band "Ninety By Noon" and sharing her life long experiences and knowledge with her students.
“I love my position as a Vocal Teacher and Coach!!
Keep on singing and believing!!” - Sandy