Callie Twisselman is gearing up for the release of “Two Hands” on April 9th. Written about a girl who may be a handful, but her man loves her anyway, “Two Hands” reminds girls not to change for anyone else. The fun, upbeat track is the perfect mood booster and can be pre-ordered on all digital platforms here.
Callie put her two hands to work growing up on her family’s grain and cattle ranch. Rooted in country music, she was inspired by her mom who toured in a local country band. “My mom shined on-stage. It was a happy escape for her. She always told me that if this is what I wanted to do, that I had to enjoy myself and not try to be something I’m not.” Callie also looked up to Shania Twain, Dolly Parton, and George Strait for their artistry. By the age of fifteen she was writing her own music and playing the guitar. In high school, she made her first trip to Nashville and knew it was where she was destined to be. A permanent resident since 2017, Callie is working with well-known manager, Danny Nozell, who has also worked with Dolly Parton. With his help, she’s spent her time in quarantine honing on her songwriting skills and has signed her first publishing deal with Vintern Songs and eone Music Publishing.
Looking forward, Callie is excited to feel the rush of performing on stage again. In the meantime, you can pre-order “Two Hands” and follow her on social media at @callietwiss.