Singing before she could talk young artist Chloe Collins was bound to pursue music as her career. Inspired by the Hannah Montana movie as a child, Chloe took up the guitar teaching herself a new chord each day. Though originally a pop artist, the sounds and storytelling of country music drew Chloe in and soon she was hooked writing about family and stories of her own. With Maren Morris as her hero, Chloe’s music reflects a mix of new and old country as well as stays current with the trends.
Her most recent single Forget Your Name was written by Chloe when she was fourteen after being inspired by the city of Nashville for the first time. Her anthem and motivator as she continues to amaze the music world, Forget Your Name is the perfect introduction to who Chloe is as an artist.
Continuing to enjoy the journey she’s on, Chloe hopes to set out on a radio tour soon and eventually wishes to play Madison Square Garden.
Born and raised in a suburb of Los Angeles, artist Liz Anne Hill found herself running off to a rural town in Arizona to escape the city and pursue her love of horseback riding as well as country music. Comfortable strutting around town in her boots and white Ray-Bans, Liz’s music reflects her personality by incorporating the sounds of country with a hint of rock.
Often finding herself in the middle of sticky situations, Liz writes of her own challenges in life. Later she started to observe people, whether it be the bank teller or the barista down the street, finding that by sharing their stories Liz had the ability to tell a story with her music, a story that many of her listers could relate to.
Recently Liz released her single The Fish Ain’t Bitin’ entitled by her father while based upon the experiences of her friends as well as her own. All about the crazy world of dating and it’s ups and downs, Liz hopes the single will inspire her listeners to not be afraid of moving on and starting over.
As for the future Liz hopes to release a full album as well as the music video for her single claiming “I want to enter into the music scene with a bang!”
A childhood star Brenda Burch was singing and even performing as a toddler. Always singing nursery rhymes on her mother’s recorder, Brenda quickly became comfortable performing and by the age of three was on stage in front of a crowd of over 2,000 people. Her first time in the studio came at the age of six when she recorded a film soundtrack and after that she was off recording children’s albums.
But it wasn’t until a producer mentioned Brenda’s twang when she choose to pursue country music. Having become inspired by Shania Twain and Carrie Underwood, Brenda began to write straight from the heart. A girl who loves a good story, Brenda wrote her single Sparks Will Fly about how it’s hard to find that person with all the right traits. A song that is relatable to many, Sparks Will Fly reached number one on the charts in Europe and made a big statement here in the US.
Knowing that a song must mean something to an artist in order for them to sound authentic when performing, Brenda’s new single Take Me Back was written upon her own experiences with change. Inspiring her listeners to not fear what is ahead by saying “with every ending you can begin again”, the Take Me Back music video features Brenda among the red rock mountains of Utah. In a unique spot Brenda demonstrates how new places can be exciting as are new challenges.
So make sure to watch the Take Me Back music video above and follow Brenda on her socials @Brenda_Burch for more music news to come!
It's the week of CMA Fest which features yet another outstanding lineup of artists. This year there are over 60 female performers and groups that will be on stage at the festival and to celebrate their success we've created a playlist featuring every single one of those artists available to you here!