Mikki Daniel has lived all her life on a small ranch and is a real cowgirl. Her young resume includes singing, playing multiple instruments, songwriting, horse training and writing historical fiction novels. She discovered her true calling of playing, writing and singing Western music when she, at 5, fell in love with Roy Rogers and Gene Autry movies – she even owns (and trained) a golden palomino named Trigger.
Mikki began delighting audiences at events across the country with her unique style which crosses genres from swing, western, western swing, big band, gospel, and classic country.
Mikki is most honored to count among her accomplishments the prestigious New Horizons Wrangler Award for her debut CD, “Gotta Be A Cowgirl” (which contains 9 songs that Mikki wrote). She made history by being the youngest person to ever win a Wrangler Award. She has received multiple nominations for other WMA awards.
She published her first historical fiction novel, “Girls and Gunsmoke” in 2014.
For more information about Mikki Daniel, visit www.mikkidaniel.com