How Can I Believe You
Rhonda Trammell learned how to play the guitar at the age of 10. When she was a child she used to write her own songs and dreamt of being a singer. However, at the age of 17 she discovered the world of motorsports and over the next 20 years her guitar rested in it's case while she pursued, and still does, a career in motorsports. 'Racing is so dependant on sponsorship dollars and over time I have been very fortunate to have been able to compete at professional levels of the sport.' While Rhonda has found it somewhat frustrating to sit out the 2003 racing season, she directed some of her energies back to her first dream in life....her music and writing. 'My music and my writing keep me balanced. I write for myself but I also write in hopes that my music will touch other people's hearts.' Rhonda's goal is oriented towards the songwriting itself. ' I love to sing my own songs, but wouldn't it be cool to hear 'How Can I Believe You' on the radio being performed by Patty Loveless or Faith Hill?' Rhonda was born in Green Bay, WI. She is French and Native American. She is a member of the Lac Courte Orielles Chippewa Tribe of the Ojibwe Nation. She grew up in Southern California and currently resides in Indiana with her family.