Inside Scoop: Describing their sound as “organic” and “rootsy,” these three ladies, with diverse backgrounds and beautiful harmonies, make up the new trio Post Monroe.Their self-titled EP is available now on i Tunes along with their debut single, “Red Hot American Summer,” co-written by Whitney, Ashlee, Shelby and Blair Daly.“Sometimes where one starts off is not where one ends up, which is a big theme for us on surpassed the four-million sales mark and “I Knew You Were Trouble” from the album hit three million.Lady Antebellum has now sold more than six million copies of their career-changing 2009 single “Need You Now.” Singer Granger Smith is getting ready to do a whole lot of walking — in combat boots!Elvis is the reason I started singing and performing. SURVIVOR contestant you are most like: Stephenie from Palau because she's smart and a bad-ass.Reason for being on SURVIVOR: It's the adventure of a lifetime, and I want to prove to everyone and myself that I can do whatever I set my mind to. Why you think you'll "survive" SURVIVOR: I'm smart, physically fit and not afraid of anything.
Occupation: Country Music Singer Personal claim to fame: My first record "Right Road Now" was released on Warner Brothers in 2010. Inspiration in life: Jesus and Elvis because they both inspired me in such different ways. Pet peeves: Slow drivers and people who talk down to me.3 words to describe you: Outgoing, happy and honest.Why you think you will be the Sole Survivor: I'm extremely competitive and love to win.People normally like me, and I feel like I can read them well.Whitney Duncan was born on August 3, 1984 in Scotts Hill, Tennessee, a town consisting of only 900 people.Her father is a state environmentalist and her mother is a schoolteacher. Duncan began singing at her church, later performing in local talent shows, fairs, and festivals.WHAT’S IN A NAME ASHLEE: “I actually had [the name Post Monroe] for a long time, probably six or seven years before I really knew that I would use it someday, but I had a dream to use it. I actually heard somebody describe a fashion style as post-Marilyn.