Twenty-year old Bailey Bigger has already accomplished so much. Originally from small town Marion, Arkansas she worked on a farm. At the age of nine, Bailey learned to play the guitar and in 7th grade she had her first gig. Growing up on John Denver, her sound is timeless. A blend of folk and Americana.
Bailey’s won many competitions for her music, including Memphis Best Song of 2017 for “Wildflower”. As a result, she’s performed alongside fellow artists Al Kapone and Lucero.
A songwriter too, she writes from personal experience. Emphasizing the importance of honesty, Bailey notes “The best songs are super honest, and you can tell when it’s super honest because somebody says something that’s so personal it’s never been said before.” On December 5th, Bailey will release another EP with Big Legal Mess Records.
You can hear her music on all digital platforms and her website here.