Shiloh comes from a small town in Idaho, she is now 23 years old and has an impressive performing career of over a decade. Shiloh’s career began as a second grader in her elementary school’s talent show and since then she’s performed at numerous fairs, cowboy gatherings, fundraising benefits, and private parties. She has a couple hundred songs in her repertoire from classic country, and western, to a little bit of modern country and classic rock.
Through music and performing, Shiloh has dedicated time to numerous fundraising benefits including Relay for life, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association and many food banks in her area. She has had the honor of singing the Nation Anthem at many sporting events including the NAIA World Series. Even though she has over 500 performances under her belt, Shiloh managed to successfully balance school with her music and graduate with honors. She combined her love for performing with several school related programs such as FFA and Junior Miss. Shiloh was selected out of hundreds of kids from across the United States to participate in the talent program at the 83rd national FFA Convention in Indianapolis. This gave Shiloh the opportunity to perform in Lucas Oil Stadium and sing the National Anthem onstage, which was televised by RFD TV. Shiloh won her towns’ Junior Miss title for 2011. She took home the overall Jr. Miss title as well as the talent award. She now continues to balance her music career with her growing family's needs. She has three CD's recorded. The latest is called Going Nowhere and was release in May of 2013. It features many classic country songs as well as originals to show her versatility.