While Karissa Ella’s love of the late 90s / early 2000s country music influences her songwriting, her authentic take on it makes it an invigorating breath of fresh air with the crowded pop-country set.
Jenny Tolman releases her sophomore album Married in a Honky Tonk, where she not only expands on her tales about the fictional town of Jennyville, she offers a new depth and range that signals her growing maturity as an artist.
American Idol alum and CMT’s Next Women of Country Laci Kaye Booth's soulful, smooth vocals along with her honest heartfelt lyrics make the country crooner stand out in the crowded pool of aspiring artists.
Put burgeoning 11-year-old country singer, Brooklyn Summer on your radar. She is one you will be watching for a long time.
Prolific urban-country singer/songwriter Julia Cole delivers something for everyone with her innate ability to relate to her audience via her original music.
Former The Voice contestant, Gracee Shriver has a unique country voice that you will want to hear as she releases new music including her latest single, “You Can’t Have Both.”
On par with Erin Enderlin’s previous records of Whiskeytown Crier and Faulkner County, fans will be just as invested in the six heartfelt songs found on her Barroom Mirrors EP.