Erica Honore learned to sing before she learned to speak. Erica has performed at fairs, festivals, clubs, dance halls, ballparks, etc since she was 13 years old. When Erica was 14, she had the opportunity to get on stage and sing with her idol, Martina McBride. Ever since that day, Erica has pursued a career in country music wholeheartedly. She has won many talent competitions such as Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo - Rodeo Rockstar, and has sang with many artists such as Martina McBride, Cassadee Pope, Johnny Lee, and many others. Erica traveled to Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 18 and recorded her debut EP, "My Heart Says" at Martina McBride's studio, Blackbird. Erica has sang the national anthem for the Houston Astros, New York Mets, and the Baltimore Orioles. Erica is not just a singer, but a songwriter as well. She loves putting her life experiences into a song. Erica plans to move to Nashville next year after she graduates from the University of Houston where she is studying communication and marketing. Check out @ericahonore on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc. Head over to to stay updated. XO