A soulful, classy singer and songwriter, Mica Roberts was created on the farm (a farm she still owns, although she makes her house currently in Nashville) close to the little city of Locust Grove, Okay, which can be found some 50 mls east of Tulsa. Music described her early lifestyle, and she avidly pursued it, signing up for the school music group, college choir, and other things linked to her interest, even taking evening classes in music at Tulsa Junior University during her junior and final years in senior high school, garnering many music scholarships along the way. She opted going to the road, nevertheless, pursuing her graduation, and spent four years functioning carnivals and campgrounds (using a stint on the cruise liner) before getting in Nashville. While assisting herself like a waitress, she started singing at an area club known as the Bull Pencil Lounge, and also met country vocalist Toby Keith there. Nine years after arriving in Nashville she finally got a job performing history vocals for Trust Hill, touring with her for another four years. She also do similar trips with Jessica Andrews, Martina McBride, and Billy Bob Thornton. When the Thornton tour was playing back her indigenous Oklahoma in 2003, she was launched to country story Willie Nelson, even though she was going to with Nelson on his bus, Toby Keith also arrived aboard to go to Nelson. Keith didn’t in the beginning recognize Roberts, but finally kept in mind her from her units in the Bull Pencil Lounge, and therefore asked her if she’d be thinking about doing history vocals for his current live display. She decided, and continues to be performing with Keith since within his touring ensemble, the simple Money music group. Roberts’ efforts to Keith’s live display and her presented solo spotlights had been consistently amazing, and Keith authorized the vocalist to his personal Show Doggie Nashville label, which released Roberts’ debut solitary, “Points a Mama HAVE NO IDEA,” in 2008.