Christie Huff is a country singer songwriter who brings a touch of pop to her soulful sound. She's an LA girl now, but attributes her country background to her childhood in Arizona. Consistent trips to Nashville to co-write with other country songwriters keep her country ties strong. She is currently working on releasing singles consistently. Christie is well-known in LA and Orange County, and she now performs her original songs both acoustically and with her band. She has performed all over the U.S. and played many historic spots in LA including: Hotel Café, The Mint and The Viper Room. Touring multiple times a year, Christie knows what hard work and dedication mean.
Her recent releases ‘Halfway Fell” and “Palm Reader” both gained over 1 million Streams and were featured on the Hot Country Spotify Playlist, while her prior release 'Black and White' is at a lifetime stream count of 3 Million. “Black and White” and “Palm Reader” were also featured on the Soundcheck and Country Risers Apple Music Playlists. Her release 'Urban Love' was the one that kicked her Spotify success off, having been picked up on New Music Nashville and holding the playlist for four straight weeks. Her songs have been featured on many high-profile playlists including: New Boots, Hot Country and Wild Country. Christie is also currently on the PopCo playlist cover image.
Christie not only has had success in the streaming world, but also in her live performances. She has gotten to open up for some of the biggest names in country music. Those artists include Jason Aldean, Billy Currington, Kip Moore, Toby Keith, and Bebe Rexha.
Christie splits her time between LA and Nashville and is active in both performing and writing. She was recently featured on 'The Ty Bentli Show' giving a 10 Minute Tune about Super Bowl 54 Commercials. Her first full band show was at the famous Whiskey Jam, where her music was met with great acceptance.