Although Lexi Peto is a Northern Virginia girl, nothing has stopped her from making her way to Nashville, TN to pursue her dreams. She is a contemporary Christian artist and songwriter.
Lexi has pursued music from a young age. Her mom was one of her biggest supporters, but after her unexpected passing Lexi’s stepfather and father came together in support of her dreams. In one of the hardest periods of her life, she found the love of Christ. She later released her first album to the country market, “Where I Belong” in dedication to her mom, which is currently available on music services.
At age sixteen she moved to Nashville with her stepfather and graduated from Pope John Paul II high school. There she released a country EP, Sunburn with Blue Bandana Records which is also available on music services.
In 2017 she began attending Belmont University. During her freshman year, God put the mission of Christian music on her heart. Today she is writing more music than ever before, pursuing her dream of spreading the gospel through music, while pursuing a degree in Christian leadership. In addition to her love of music, she also has a passion for children and youth ministry.
Her music has also earned her numerous awards and acknowledgments. She won the first Young Artist Grand Prize in the 2015 Bernard/Ebb awards for “Where and I Belong,” and an honorable mention in the 31st Mid-Atlantic Song Contest (MASC) as well as in the annual NSAI song competition for her song “Rest of Them.” Lexi’s live show has been seen at over 30 Washington DC area venues, festivals, fundraisers and showcases, including the Birchmere. She has opened for both John Cowan of the Doobie Brothers and Jamie Lynn Spears.
She may be contacted personally at firstname.lastname@example.org.