Taryn Papa Honors Grandfather Through Music

Few things have the power to form connections quite the way the simplicity of music does. Taryn Papa began making deep and meaningful connections through music at a young age. Papa recalls playing the piano for her grandfather, who had Alzheimers. Papa longs to continue to make these deep and meaningful connections through music, hopingContinue reading “Taryn Papa Honors Grandfather Through Music”

Donice Morace Carves Out Timeless Sound with New Single ‘One Drink In’

There’s nothing quite like the early butterflies of new found infatuation, Donice Morace masterfully explores the incredibly real and relatable feeling on his brand new single, One Drink In. Drawing influences from traditional country legends like George Strait and Keith Whitley and a modern kick from the likes of Cody Johnson and Randall King, MoraceContinue reading “Donice Morace Carves Out Timeless Sound with New Single ‘One Drink In’”

Katie Austin Searches for a ‘Bandaid’

Growing up dancing in her Louisiana hometown, Katie Austin has always had a knack for entertainment in her blood. Somewhere along the way dancing became singing, and from there Austin was hooked on the idea of making this dream so much more than just that. Now living in Nashville, Austin has continued to hone herContinue reading “Katie Austin Searches for a ‘Bandaid’”

Zoe Clark Brings Eccentric Flare to Nashville

With musical influences spanning a litany of genres and sub-genres, Zoe Clark boasts a sound that is fresh and unique, separating her from the pack of others chasing down the same dreams. With a musical style she describes as “honest relatable and authentic,” Clark’s willingness to take risks and grow artistically has allowed her toContinue reading “Zoe Clark Brings Eccentric Flare to Nashville”

“Every Word of the Song is True” Jaylee Gandy Shares Truthful, Personal Journey ‘Hand Me Downs’

Born and raised in Lubbock, the center of the Texas country scene, Jaylee Gandy was naturally surrounded by music from the day she was born. Gandy who admittedly “is not good at expressing emotions,” found her emotional and creative outlet in the art of songwriting. Gandy was able to find her voice in music, andContinue reading ““Every Word of the Song is True” Jaylee Gandy Shares Truthful, Personal Journey ‘Hand Me Downs’”

Hannah Strumner Gets Vulnerable on New Album

Using music as an outlet to escape school bullying, Hannah Strumner found something special within herself, the ability to put words and melodies to the feelings consuming every inch of her mind. Strumner recalls sitting down and playing the piano and “pretending” to make her songs, and just playing around until something ultimately clicked. TheContinue reading “Hannah Strumner Gets Vulnerable on New Album”

Afton Prater Looks to Break Country Stereotypes with New Single, “Barbed Wire”

What started of as singing jingles for local Pacific Northwest car dealerships, has morphed into so much more for Afton Prater. The Washington State native has always been enamored with country music and the country lifestyle, so when the opportunity to move to Nashville to make music presented itself, Prater jumped at it. Prater can’tContinue reading “Afton Prater Looks to Break Country Stereotypes with New Single, “Barbed Wire””

“Music Is All I’ve Ever Wanted to Do” Emily Roth Chases Dreams to Nashville

Emily Roth cannot recall a time when music was not her path forward. From a young age, the North Carolina native remembers putting on a shows for her family and dreaming of a future performing for so many more adoring fans. Although she attended college in North Carolina, Roth never saw any alternative to livingContinue reading ““Music Is All I’ve Ever Wanted to Do” Emily Roth Chases Dreams to Nashville”

Gray Robinson Won’t Let You “Ruin Tennessee”

From first putting pen to paper and writing her first song at the age of 13, Gray Robinson couldn’t dream of a future without music front and center. Robinson’s first trip to Nashville and visit of Belmont University, made her realize that the music city was the perfect place to chase down her outsized dreams.Continue reading “Gray Robinson Won’t Let You “Ruin Tennessee””

Stu Basham Brings Jam Band Feel to Country

From being gifted his first guitar at the age of five or six, Stu Basham never looked back when it came to pursuing his love for music and working to make it into so much more. Basham’s musical style is fresh and unique, as he molds modern country influences with a Dave Matthews style feel.Continue reading “Stu Basham Brings Jam Band Feel to Country”