Nashville-based musician, Laura Mustard grew up in Fairfield, Connecticut. She first became interested in playing piano after reading the Goosebumps Book "Piano Lessons Can Be Murder" at age 6. When she moved to Massachusetts for graduate school, she found kindred spirits in the musicians at the now-Infamous Yellow Sofa Open Mic. Laura moved to Nashville in 2015.
Jennifer Emard is a singer-songwriter hailing from Terrell, Texas. She is a seasoned artist - performing and studying voice for 24 years. She describes her music as Indie Pop, but she has an appreciation for all genres - growing up listening to everyone from Roy Rogers to Celine Dion. She strives to keep an organic sound to her music that is unique and with a raw yet artsy writing style.
Acisse Jay is a rock/blues singer-songwriter from Norfolk, Virginia. Influenced by Whitney Houston; she began playing piano, clarinet, tenor saxophone - and sang in her church choir. In 2012, she relocated to Raleigh and learned to play guitar. She seamlessly blends musical styles - showcasing her distinctive range by infusing texture, tone, and musical intelligence.
Kirstie Kraus carries her passionate thirst in her songwriting, in her live shows, and in her daily connection with other kindred spirits! Nowhere is Kirstie's appetite more quenched than on a stage in front of her fans - appropriately nicknamed “Thirsties!”
For Abigail Neilson, the heart and soul of music is rooted in its ability to connect with others on a deeper level! Abigail's honest and captivating ballads cover the spectrum of human emotion - everything from the joy of falling in love to the agony of heartbreak to the strength of female empowerment.
Nashville singer/songwriter and producer, Justine Blazer has been taking the musical world by storm! Earning seven #1 singles on various independent charts so far, Justine's unique style of edgy country/pop/rock is infused with a hint of Detroit soul and modern vibes.
Singer-songwriter Laine Lonero was born and raised in Louisiana, where she penned her first song at age 13! She went on to win the NASHVILLE DREAMIN' songwriting contest with her tune “The Little Girl in Me!” In 2020, her debut single "No Sweat" was featured on She Wolf Radio and Radio Disney Country! Laine is currently a student at Belmont University in Nashville.
Sisters Kelli and Kayla have been gaining fans since their self-titled, debut EP "Wild Fire!" The girls followed that up with their 2021 album "Phases" - which provided a soundtrack that was infectious, fun, and impossible to resist! Now this dynamic duo are ready for a bright future with a sound that's super-charged with a jolt of pop coupled with the sass of contemporary country.
Kathryn Shipley - known as KShip - is one of the fastest growing independent musical talents! As a true artist that creates music from her heart, she navigates back and forth between the Country and the Christian Music genres! Named "One 2 Watch" by She Wolf Radio, KShip is already a multi-award winner - including several prestigious trophies from the Josie Music Awards!
Chloe Collins is a Nashville-based songwriter/artist who mixes her country roots with pop and rock influences for a modern music style! Chloe was featured in American Songwriter Magazine and her videos have been featured on CMT - Country Music Television! Her songs have also been included on TV shows like “Nashville,” “Heartland,” “Bellevue,” and “The Vineyard!”
Dariann Leigh is from the town of Karlstad, Minnesota - but now calls Nashville home! She doesn't just want to make music - Dariann wants to write the soundtrack for hairbrush singers, dashboard drummers, and air guitar players throughout the world! She recently celebrated the CMT World Premiere of her video "Closer" on Country Music Television!
Tiffany Johnson is an emerging singer-songwriter from Rapid City, South Dakota, who is making her mark on the Nashville alt/country pop scene! Her passion for music has been evident since a very young age - writing her own songs at the age of eight and recording her originals by the time she turned ten. She's released 13 singles already and released her first self-titled EP in 2020 !
Annie Rost began singing at a very early age in her Texas home and starting learning the guitar at the age of 12! After graduating from Texas A&M University, she re-started her journey toward a musical career. Annie auditioned for the X Factor television show...before releasing her debut album "Wild Heart." Her music is her way of communicating, remembering the past, and cleansing the heart.
Stephanie Ryann is a woman who's got something to say! Embracing country music's forward progression with story-teller lyrics and unique vocal stylings. The New England native spent years auditioning for American Idol, Nashville Star, and The Voice. When that proved to be more of a dead end, the former firefighter turned fashion model turned musician forged her own path into the music industry.
Amanda Cooksey is from Orlando and started singing in church and writing songs in the fifth grade. A piano and guitar player, as well as a singer and songwriter, she was voted “One To Watch” by Nashville Songwriter’s Association International in 2013. Currently a Nashville resident, look for Amanda performing at The Listening Room, Cabana Taps, The Row, Alley Taps, and The Commodore Grille.
Jessi Pugh is an indie pop country artist from Bridgewater, Virginia. After graduating from high school, she made the move to Music City where she has been writing and recording her own songs, playing shows around town, and learning how Nashville works while growing in her own artistry. Jessi was named to She Wolf Radio's "Ones 2 Watch" artist list for 2020.
Katie Cole is an Australian borne, Nashville-based singer-songwriter and instrumentalist. Early in her musical career, she secured a Visa to live in the United States and moved to Los Angeles. Katie soon had a publishing deal, recorded her debut EP, and toured with Glen Campbell and the Smashing Pumpkins. Her recent country-flavored recordings have won praise around the world.
Holly Tucker was a "four-chair turn" on Season 4 of The Voice and a member of "Team Blake." But her musical journey began during her childhood in Texas as the youngest child of Christian artists Johnny and Cheryl Tucker. Holly has been named a "Future Star" by She Wolf Radio in 2019 and won Female Vocalist of the Year; Song, Video, and Album of the Year by the Texas Country Music Association.
Hannah Taylor is a singer-songwriter who grew up in Columbia City, Indiana. She appeared on the Steve Harvey show, along with singer Mickey Guyton, to talk about the struggle of being a POC in country music. Hannah performs throughout Nashville and has headlined a sold-out concert in her hometown. She is also a popular TikTok personality - with over 100,00 followers on the platform.
Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Macy Krew appeared on "American Idol" in 2018. She sings country/pop influenced by 90s country - adding her own flare to relateable power anthems and memorable melodies. Macy headlines music festivals and fairs, showcases her vocals at acoustic solo performances, and wows audiences with unforgettable full band shows.
Bree Jaxson is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. Her first single “Kryptonite” was released in December 2018. While music is her passion and lifelong dream, Bree has spent the last ten years serving in the United States Air Force. An Afghanistan Combat Veteran - she began by building bombs, rockets, and missiles. Bree is now Deputy Commander for Cyber Space Operations for the TXANG.
Morgan White was born in West Virginia - contributing to her nickname as a modern day “Coal Miner’s Daughter!” Her first album produced two #1 singles including the title track - which stayed at the top of the Hot Country Radio chart for 12 straight weeks! A Josie Music Awards multi-nominee, she was awarded Female Entertainer of the Year in 2019 and Female Artist of the Year in 2021.
Autumn Helene is a GRAMMY considered, award-winning singer/songwriter/music producer from Auburn, Washington. She released her first original song "You Won't Regret A Thing" at the age of 12 in responsed to being bullied and taking her power back. This song was included in the TV show "Hunting Jessica" in 2021 - making Autumn one of the youngest music composers to earn IMDb credits.
Allison Cipris is from New York and delivers gritty, melodic country-rock. Allison has toured with Jason Mraz, Gavin DeGraw, Marshall Tucker, and Dustin Lynch. She has been recognized by the Songwriters Hall of Fame, ASCAP, American Songwriter, Billboard, and international songwriting contests. She is also the front woman for the popular New York country band "Country Fresh."
Lee Newton grew up in Canton, North Carolina listening to legends like Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette, and Patsy Cline. Her father named her Brenda Lee - the amazing country singer – telling her one day she would play the Grand Ole Opry. In 2020, she was Vocalist of the Year at the Josie Music Awards and, the following year, her EP “Undamaged” won Album of the Year!
Sarah Martin is originally from Lakeville, Massachusetts. Often descibed as "the tiny girl with the big voice and bigger heart!" Sarah released "Heartbreak Song" in 2019 - which hit #1 on She Wolf Radio! That same year, she was voted Pro Country's Female Artist of the Year! In 2020 and 2021, in the fan-based Global Rising Song Contest, she had the highest vote total and won the Judges' Pick!
Savannah Leighton is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Temecula, California. She is a frequent guest performer on "Country Live at the Merc" - where she joins the Ranch Rockers on stage in an Opry style show. A She Wolf Radio "One 2 Watch" for 2021, Savannah has released several singles including "The Coal Men," "Shovel Or The Gun," "Roses In December," and "Daisy Lou."
Unique is originally from Houston, Texas and was exposed to a melting pot of culture and music. Being of Hispanic decent, she draws from Selena, Linda Ronstadt, and Michael Salgado – as well as country artists including Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Patsy Cline. With a voice that cuts like a razor, Unique adds a little spice to her brand of country music - like a jalapeño in a margarita!
Robbie Harte was born in Montreal, Canada and now lives in New York. Growing up she always dreamed of being a singer. But that dream was put on hold after a life-changing injury left her with chronic pain and without the ability to sing. Ultimately it was music that helped her heal. And, with her regained voice, she hopes to help uplift and inspire others with her words and music.
Taylor Hughes is from Lexington, Kentucky. After releasing her debut single “Good Taste” in 2020, she landed on iHeart Radio and other stations with her 2021 song “Prayin' to the Whiskey." She's been nominated as "Emerging International Artist" in the United Kingdom and, this year, is nominated for Female Country Vocalist and for the Fan's Choice Award at the Josie Music Awards
A singer, songwriter, and model HALIE is from Thayer, Missouri. After graduating from high school, she moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music. A distant relative of Jimmie Rodgers, music is in her bloodline. HALIE won NBC-TV's "Songland" after Martina McBride chose to record her song "Girls Like Me" and she represented her home state of Missouri on "American Song Contest."
Katie O hails from Jacksonville, Florida. The youngest of four children and the only girl, singing has always come naturally to Katie. As a young girl, she would create her own tunes to memorize schoolwork - not realizing that singing and songwriting would eventually become her passion. Katie especially enjoys singing classic country, Bluegrass, and Christian music.
Demi Michelle is a songwriter, recording artist, and podcast host from Pittsburgh. Inspired by songwriters like Juia Michaels, Kelsea Ballerini, and Taylor Swift - Demi has a passion for authentic storytelling in her lyrics. With an interview and airplay on Pittsburgh’s 100.7 STAR and two Josie Music Awards nominations, Demi will continue creating music that she holds close to her heart.
Sarah Hardwig is a country singer-songwriter with an inspiring story. At the age of 5 months, she was diagnosed with Leber's Congenital Amaurosis - which impaired her vision. But her passion for making music and love of performing have only grown. A regular at songwriter rounds in Nashville, Sarah just released her first single "Who I Am" this past November.
Grace Michelle is an 18-year-old Floridian who began singing when she was just three years old. As a teenager, she started performing at area showcases around Pensacola. Soon after, Nashville trips to write and record became routine and Grace released her first song to streaming platforms - a Christmas tune called “Santa Don’t Need To Know” - in November 2020.
As a teenager, North Carolina's Jennifer Alvarado began leading worship in her church and felt a call to ministry. Her first Christian single “Relentlessly” was released in 2015. Returning to more of a country sound, she released 5 songs in 2020 and her first album "Playing With Fire" in 2021. Jennifer's latest song release is the Christmas-themed "Love Came Down."