Growing up in the Caddo Lake area of East Texas, Sheila Clark Fox had no choice but to sing. As the daughter of a church music director and granddaughter of a Gospel Quartet singer, her talent came naturally.
Sheila, along with husband Alan Fox, front the band Sheila and the Caddo Kats. This summer they will be travelling abroad to receive a songwriting award from Fair Play Country Music of Holland.
In 2015 Sheila won Song of the Year for Love is so Right from Fair Play and was featured in their magazine as artist of the month. She was named the 2018 Entertainer of the Year at the Traditional Country Awards in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sheila was chosen to have one of her original songs included on the nationally released 2019 Compilation Album from the Texas Country Music Association. Her songs, Little Feather and Harley Fever, were nominated for Song and Video of the Year at the Josie Music Awards for 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Her first solo album, “Uncertain, Texas,” was produced in 2019 by Kenny Lee Productions of Nashville. It was named 2022 Nashville’s Album of the Year and Shelia was named 2021 Entertainer of the Year Multi-Genre at the Josie Music Awards.
Her second album, “Would You,” was released on May 25th of 2020. Their latest album, “Country Soul Living in The City” was released in January 2022. Hear the album here: https://open.spotify.com/track/2znw1967s2hHM74f4ajhMH?si=f87e2e3bf9104839
Alan is a nationally recognized guitarist from the Alan Fox Band. He received the award for Rock Band of the Year in 2013 at the 23rd Annual Los Angeles Music Awards. In 2016 his band won Rock Band of the Year in Nashville, and in 2017 at the ETX Texas Music Awards.
He also has been chosen to have an original song on the 2019 Texas Country Music Association’s Compilation National Album Release. Alan is endorsed by Curt Mangan Strings and Goulding Guitars, and has performed with such musicians as Bobby Mackey, Bobby Rice, Bugs Henderson, Michael Garvin, Point Blank, Foghat, Black Star Riders, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Marshall Tucker, Thin Lizzy and Wes Jeans.
Other members of the Caddo Kats are Terry Salyer on vocals and drums; Don Elbert on keys; Ricky Roach on bass; and Stephen Allen on bass and vocals.