Since being introduced to country music as a teenager, Cordell Harris has made a steady, consistent effort to pursue his dream of being a country music performer. The driving force in Cordell's love of country music was his cousin, Rodney Goss. He was the one who introduced Cordell to the sounds of George Strait, Randy Travis, Alabama, and Hank Williams. Listeners are sure to hear these influences in Cordell's music today. Cordell has always been a fan of all genres of music and in 2006, he joined a band called Fuzion Of Elements. The band included several lead singers that sang everything from R&B to rap to pop. Cordell was the country singer in the band. Cordell has since left the band and is currently pursuing a solo career as a country music artist. It has been a long road to get to this point in his career, but Cordell believes people shouldn't let obstacles stand in the way of their dreams and the vision for their life because everyone can achieve their dreams with persistence, hard work, and spiritual guidance. That is a philosophy that he hopes comes across in his latest music project which was recorded at The Project room with producer Jerry Webb in Nashville, Tennessee. The songs on this CD were chosen because they speak of experiences that he and his listeners can relate to in one way or another. One of the songs included on the CD, "Cowboy On", is an upbeat dance song about letting go of the workplace drama of that nine-to-five job and being able to be yourself and doing what you love to do. This music is fun and will have everybody on their feet. Cordell spent years performing in venues across southeast Texas and Louisiana. His biggest performance so far was with the Texas State Fair. He also performed at the Boomtown Film and Music Festival. If you go to one of Cordell's performances expecting to see someone just standing on stage and singing, you may be in for a shock. Cordell doesn't just sing. He puts on a performance that will entertain any crowd that comes to see him. It's all about filling the dance floor and having a good time. His motto is "Keeping It Sexy". He says this refers to everything from the way you dress to the way you parent your children. Life doesn't have to be serious. Cordell makes his home in Beaumont, Texas, with his wife Lisa and five children. "I love country music and I love what it stands for - God, Family, Country. I have been blessed with tremendous support from my family. Three of my five children are learning to play various instruments. My wife, Lisa, jumped right in there with them and has taken up keyboards. This is truly a family affair. Who knows what the future holds. We may have the Harris Family Band in a few years."