“I’m thankful for having friends and family who put up with my craziness build me back up in times of self-doubt! I wouldn’t be able to pursue this lifestyle without them.”
"The simple idea of being able to pursue a dream is something I'm truly thankful for in 2017, and what I wish for everyone in the world. To be able to dream without limits, brings so much happiness to the soul."
“I'm thankful for good friends, family and having the chance to do what I love. :) especially this year.”
Rachel from Native Run
“I’m so thankful for my husband this year! We got married last December and every day gets better and better. Also that tasty new protein ice cream amiright!?!”
Kassie from Blue Honey
“This year I am thankful that I get to perform with my amazingly talented husband for a living! And that we both have the most supportive parents and siblings anyone could ask for. We are both very lucky!
"This year I have so many things to be thankful for! Of course I'm overwhelmingly thankful for my family, new Nashville friends, and my little puppy, Jax. But, being from Texas, I’m also very thankful to live in Nashville where it won’t be 95 degrees on Thanksgiving!"
“I am thankful for my health and happiness, family and friends (new and old), and that I get to spend every day writing, singing, and sharing my stories in hopes that they will touch people and help people through whatever they are going through.”
Jenna from The Reklaws
“To me, Thanksgiving means taking everything you have at this very moment and being especially thankful for all of it. So many of us are so consumed about what is ahead, and where we should be and often forget to look around at what we actually have. It means friends, family, and faith - and reminding myself of how lucky I am to have them.”
"This year I'm thankful for my new niece and Goddaughter Caroline. I'm thankful that my family is all healthy and that I get to spend time with them for the holidays. I'm SO thankful that my record Get Drunk And Cry is released and living in the world."
I am currently a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles as a marketing major. Upon realizing that I wanted to change the way people perceive country music and to help women have a voice, I began The Women of Country in 2015 promoting new female artists and sharing their stories with the world. You can find me via Instagram @nicolemmarchesi or contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org