Growing up in a family of performers - including her stepfather, the infamous singer/songwriter, Tommy Collins (Leonard) - Rhonda Hart became greatly influenced by him as she began her career as a back-up and lead singer. In the mid 90s Rhonda's song "Waitin' for the Phone to Ring" was a number 1 on the international charts. She has played and recorded with such artists as Merle Travis, Haggard & Kilgore, Tracy Lawrence, Tanya Tucker, Warren Haynes, just to name a few. Later forming the group "Angels on the Range" with Mia Mason & Deanna Carter, Rhonda co-wrote "Did I Shave My Legs for This?" with Carter, which went on to become a 5 million seller, as well a receiving two Grammy nominations in 1998 for "Country Song of the Year" and "Performance of a Country Song." In addition, Rhonda co-wrote with Earl Clark "Tell Me Somethin Bad Bout My Baby," which topped the charts in over 20 countries. Rhonda continues to perform with The Honky Tonk Angels, Petty & Hart Duo, and Johnny B & the Lucky Doggs at many venues along the coast.