Katie Fee Brings Summer Nostalgia with Her Debut Single, “Sunsets and Fireworks”
South Dakota native, Katie Fee was a ‘90s country fan as a child. She grew up to Shania Twain, Deana Carter, and Faith Hill, but it was the songwriting of Taylor Swift that made her want to pursue music.
Following her dreams, she made the move to Nashville where she studied music business at Belmont University. Finding co-writes as a great resource, a way to get a different perspective on the same idea Katie wrote her next single “Sunsets and Fireworks” with her friend Sammy Kay. The song set to be released on May 21st is inspired by Eric Church’s “Springsteen.” A summer nostalgia track about a high school romance, it will have you taken aback.
“It’s one of those song that I can see being timeless because of its relatability,” Katie says. “Everybody has a first love that they can look back on and (hopefully) remember in a positive light.”
Performing at writers rounds in Nashville, you can find Katie performing at Belcourt Taps. She also enjoys performing at local fairs. During the pandemic, Katie has spent a lot of time in the studio recording and plans to release more songs this year. You can find Katie on social media @katiefeemusic and on her website here.
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