In honor of Women's History Month emerging recording artist LaTisha Johnson Montgomery announces the release of her breakout single titled "Though The Fire". The empowering song has been released on all digital outlets March 24th. Birthed from LaTisha's personal testimony "Through The Fire" is dedicated to women who have been through the fire and struggles of life but made it out to share their story. On "Through The Fire" LaTisha teamed up with #1 Billboard Multi Charting & Grammy Nominated Producer Tedy P. Latisha's gift has afforded her opportunities to sing the national anthem at countless college athletic events as well as NBA playoff games for the LA Lakers & Utah Jazz.
LaTisha's unique tone, powerful vocal display and range has also allowed her to open up at City Winery Atlanta for the 2023 Martin Luther King Celebration ft. Darlene McCoy as well as open up for Stillman College's 2023 Homecoming Black history Month Kickoff featuring Bridgewater Music & Grammy Award Nominated artist Jekalyn Carr.
LaTisha Johnson-Montgomery is an American singer/songwriter from Fayette, Alabama. Her journey in music began when she was just a child at the age of seven; She sang in the church choir at the Unity Grove Missionary Baptist Church as a soprano. As an adult, LaTisha would continue her journey in the music industry by singing background for an all-female quartet group which originated in Tuscaloosa, Al for the duration of two years. In December 2020 LaTisha released her first ep entitled "Christmas Classics" which included three of the worlds most enjoyed Christmas songs. Although she has a background in traditional gospel music, LaTisha has a unique style of writing and singing which sets her apart. On January 1,2021 she released her second ep entitled "Issues of My Heart" which showcased her desire to be different and authentic. She is a member of Beulah Baptist Church in Tuscaloosa.
Travis Tritt and Chris Janson at the Tuscaloosa Amp
Two-time Grammy Award-winning country artist Travis Tritt and Grand Ole Opry Member Chris Janson took their "Can't Miss" tour to Tuscaloosa on Wednesday, October 20.