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Country music singer and song writer, Lily Comer, born Lillian Elizabeth Comer on October 6, 2001 in Welch, West Virginia.  

Lily began playing guitar and piano at the age of 14.  Her powerful voice and vocal range earned her numerous invitations to perform the national anthem at a variety of events across West Virginia and Virginia. Lily began performing professionally at the age of 15 and attributes her musical inspiration to Country’s legendary greats, including Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Hank Williams Sr., Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline.  

Featured on Country Rebel, Lily currently performs across the country and regularly at a number of venues throughout West Virginia, Virginia, and Tennessee as a solo country artist featuring well-known covers and her narrative lyricism, which often takes inspiration from her personal life and experiences. In 2020, Lily won the “Path to Fame,” competition.  We invite you to follow Lily on her path to country music stardom via her social media platforms and at lilycomer.com.

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