The Life of Tresa Street
Born December 28, 1952 in Portland, Tennessee, northeast of Nashville, Tresa was blessed with a fresh unique voice that is rich and full, with a pleasing identifiable style. Tresa has been singing since childhood, often gospel and hymns in church, but didn't pursue her singing career on a serious note until 1972. Her love for all types of music, gave her the ability to jump right in with the best of them on old fashion Rock & Roll, Blues, and Pop. She would include a variety of these standards in her shows. But her true love of genre was Country music, both old and new. She was a country music singer - songwriter, that became well known as a Country artist that appealed to a large genre of fans. That’s where her stardom began in the world of entertainment. In the 1980's, she appeared in countless shows. She has appeared in shows with Charlie McCoy, Tom Grant, Darlene Austin, and The Clyde Foley Cummins Band and many appearances on radio interviews such as the memorable Ralph Emery WSM Radio. She has recorded two full studio albums with the notable producer, Michael Radford with A.M.I. Records in Nashville, entitled: "Baby It's You" in 1996 and was Reissued in 2005. Her second debut album, entitled: "Ain't Nothing Changed" was released in 2001, and numerous charted singles, such as "Christmas of Love" throughout her music career along with an abundance of continued radio airplay worldwide.
In 2005, Tresa and her band slowed down from touring and started performing regularly, around Nashville and abroad. Kicking it off at the 2006 CMA Music Festival downtown Nashville. Her band was made up of all professional musicians, that adhere to the strictest professional conduct. They were always known to be well mannered, on time, and had great showmen. Her live shows were on par with any other seasoned major artist, and with her charismatic looks and musical energy, she truly was an original!!
Before her untimely death on February 23, 2021, Tresa had continued to touched many lives around the world. She played an active role in many fundraisers/charities, such as Jerry Lewis - M.D.A., Wounded Warriors, Homes for our Troops, Children's Cancer Research Fund, Alzheimer's Association, and the Dementia Society Association after her own Mother was diagnosed with dementia. Tresa worked intensively for years with the inspiration to make a difference. She will forever be remembered for her extensively involvement in her community, her unique voice, talent and her captivating energy on stage.
Extra Credit: Appearances Include Numerous Concerts, Fairs, Clubs, TV shows and Benefits.
Including Engagements At The:
Annual CMA Music Fest/Fan Fair Event - Nashville TN
Grand Ole’ Opry House – Nashville TN
Sumner County Fair – Gallatin TN
Wilson County Fair – Lebanon TN
Annual 4th of July Event - Watertown TN
Little Nashville Opry – Nashville Indiana
Annual Strawberry Festival – Portland TN
Hank Williams Sr. Annual Festival - Georgiana Al.
Freedom Run Angels Annual Concert – Marseilles IL.
Fort Knox Military Base & others.
Tootsies Orchard Lounge – Nashville TN
You Know Everything In Life Has A Cause, A Reason, And Two Sides Of A Story. Here's Mine..