Dean, Roxie

Roxie Dean is from Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she earned her degree in Broadcast Journalism from Louisiana State University.  After graduating, she moved to Nashville to pursue her music dreams. Her songwriting career includes a 2001 Nashville Songwriters Association International “Top 10 Songs That You Wish You’d Written” award for Lee Ann Womack’s single “Why They Call It Falling” (co-written with Don Schlitz), and a Grammy nomination for co-writing “When I Think About Angels, #1 single for Jamie O’Neal.”  She has also had chart success with recordings by Reba McEntire, Tracy Lawrence, Lorrie Morgan, Faith Hill, and countless others.

A 20-year veteran of Music Row, Roxie keeps busy writing and performing around the country.  Her latest single, “My Momma Comes Out” is available on YouTube and other social media outlets.  Dean has served on the board of NARAS and NSAI and is currently a staff writer for Harris Music Group.  Roxie lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee with her firefighting husband of 17 years and their 9-year old daughter.

  

Posted in 2017 Featured Performers, Names A-E.