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Nashville, TN (May 12, 2023) – Alternative Pop singer/songwriter and recording artist Zhaklina recently released her newest single called “Game Over.” You can listen to the song HERE!

With powerful lyrics like loved you more than you deserved, loved me less than I am worth, Zhaklina uses her beautiful vocals to deliver a compelling message within “Game Over.”

Game Over was a true collaboration between myself, Nashville based post-hardcore band Hollow Wake and a good friend of ours,” Zhaklina explains. “We all connected on the concept of battling shame and our varying stories of emotional, sexual, spiritual and physical abuse that have caused deep wounds in our lives. Shame only has power over us if we choose to give it that power. It’s when we realize that the power comes from us, our God-given free will, that the game is over. Shame never stood a chance and that is the most empowering message I think anyone could ever receive.”

About Zhaklina:
Zhaklina, originally from New York and of Albanian, Irish and Greek descent, is an Independent, Alternative Pop artist. After graduating college, Zhaklina tied for first place in the 2015 singing competition “The Audition,” with Hudson Valley, NY radio station K104.7. She went on to perform at KFEST that year, meeting several record executives and gaining the confidence to pursue her dream of making music her career.

After several years of development and feeling as though her genre was difficult to put into one category, she decided to label her music as Alternative Pop. Soulful power with an edgy approach, her music insists on authentic connection and meaningful experiences. She is notorious for her captivating vocals, poetically emotive lyricism, and inspiring messages of mental well-being. Her faith is her driving force and she continues to encourage others to live from a place of knowing they are deeply loved.

In 2019, Zhaklina began releasing a series of EPs called “17 Reasons Why,” dedicated to mental health awareness. With “Gossip Queen” being her most popular song yet, and “Tattooed Roses” not too far behind, she has developed a space for her audience to feel seen. She has been published and interviewed by several media platforms, including Medium, BuzzMusicAuthority MagazineBroadway World, K104.7 and more.

Zhaklina has contributed portions of her music revenue to various mental health organizations including (but not limited to) To Write Love On Her ArmsNoStigmas and Project Semicolon. Her convictions for suicide prevention lead her to continued involvement in volunteering efforts and events that are fighting to make a difference and help those who need it. She began hosting Mental Health Songwriter Nights in 2022, raising $2,000 for mental health organizations.

Zhaklina believes in the beauty of sharing our stories and strengths to remind people that they are not alone. A rose, a symbol of classic beauty and strength, is her visual expression of her message. Music is how she shares it.

For more information, visit and follow her on InstagramFacebookSpotify and TikTok.



Nashville, TN (April 18, 2023) – Southern rocker Brandon Blackburn recently released a country cover of Skid Row‘s 1989 hit song “I Remember You.” You can listen to the single HERE!

With his new release, Brandon wanted to go back to his rock ‘n’ roll roots and record one of his childhood favorites.  “I always wanted to be a rockstar growing up,” Brandon shares. Taking inspiration from Justin Moore’s 2019 cover of “Home Sweet Home” (Motley Crue), Brandon put his own country spin on the heavy metal classic “I Remember You.”

“My hope is that this version of song kind of bridges a gap,” Brandon explains. ” I hope itreaches a younger generation of people who might not know the song, or much about that era of music, while also appealing to the older, rock-oriented crowd. This is a song they’ve heard and loved for decades.”

The song, written by band members Rachel Bolan and Dave Sabo, was the third single released from Skid Row’s self-titled debut album and reached #6 on the Billboard Hot 100chart. The success of the single lead to Bon Jovi signing the band to his publishing company, subsequently bringing them on tour.

About Brandon Blackburn:
Brandon Blackburn has loved music for as long as he can remember. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, he and his family moved all around the country during his childhood while his father attended medical school. “My father played guitar growing up and was really into the 80’s hair metal. He definitely gave me the passion I have for music and the love for that era of music definitely got passed down to me.” 

After getting his first guitar as a Christmas present in third grade, Brandon’s father taught him the basic chords. Before long, he had mastered their favorite song – “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.” Heavily influenced by classic 80s rock music, along with artists like Eric ChurchNelly and Matchbox 20, Brandon has cultivated his own unique sound by combining modern country with a hint of alternative rock.

In 2016, Brandon graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Mississippi. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration, with an emphasis on finance and risk management. He credits his college years for giving him the confidence to perform on stage. “I would go out on Wednesday nights, get liquored up, and hit karaoke night. That’s where I found the nerve, I guess you would say, to start singing in front of other people.”

“I’m a jokester, so I’m always giving corny toasts and engaging with the crowd by making them laugh, making them drink, etc. I absolutely love taking requests and no request is too out there. At my shows, I’ll go from Bon Jovi and Alan Jackson to Prince and Slipknot…I’ve even busted out some SpongeBob SquarePants a time or two!”

Over the last four years, Brandon has been performing at local bars all over the gulf coast and, most recently, the entire southeast.  In 2021, he was awarded the honor of “Best Country Performer” by Lagniappe Magazine, a Mobile-based magazine that focuses on South Alabama. 

In July of 2022, Brandon finished writing his first original song and released “472” on September 21st. The single received rave reviews from both listeners and press and currently has over 15K streams on Spotify.

You can follow Brandon on FacebookInstagramTikTok and Spotify.



Nashville, TN (April 17, 2023) – Country singer/songwriter and recording artist Allison Asarch recently released a cover of the 1995 hit Hootie & the Blowfish song “Only Wanna Be with You.” You can listen to her romantic, country-ballad version HERE!

The song, written by Darius Rucker, Dean Felber, Mark Bryan and Jim Sonefield, was the third single released from the Hootie & the Blowfish album Cracked Rear View and reached #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart. Cracked Rear View went on to become the biggest-selling album in Atlanta Records’ history, with “Only Wanna Be with You” remaining a fan-favorite tune today.

“Cover songs were a big part of my journey finding my voice out of the opera world and back into the mainstream music world,” Allison explains. “I’ve always been a fan of this song by Hootie & the Blowfish. It’s a classic and I knew that if I were to release a cover song, I wanted to do Only Wanna Be With You and flip the song on its head into a ballad. I also wanted to sing it from a woman’s perspective. I hope I encouraged a new way for fans to dance to the song at their wedding or hear a timeless tune they always loved in a way they’d never heard it before.”

About Allison Asarch:
Growing up in Houston, Texas, Allison Asarch discovered her love for music at a young age. As a child, she would perform at her grandparents’ annual Christmas talent show, but it wasn’t until she reached 4th grade that she knew she wanted to make a career out of it. “My music teacher, Ms. Teagarden, had everyone singing and smiling…including the boys! I loved the joy music brought to me and everyone else.”

Raised on powerhouse vocalists like Tina TurnerShania Twain and Freddie Mercury, Allison began cultivating her own unique sound while attending Otterbein University’s School of Music in Westerville, Ohio. It was there that she began teaching herself how to play the guitar, while also taking piano lessons during her freshman and sophomore years. She was also a member of the school’s choir, training in classical opera and traveling to Ireland and Germany to perform.

In 2018, Allison moved to Nashville, Tennessee to start chasing her dreams. When the Coronavirus pandemic hit in early 2020, she seized the opportunity to start recording and releasing her own music. Heavily influenced by Taylor Swift, Allison combines country, pop and jazz elements in her songs. In September 2020, she released her first single called Taylor Made. That same month, she appeared on the Netflix Original show “Sing On!” where she took first place and won over $42,000. She followed up with the releases of several subsequent singles, including Sippin’ on Somethin’Summer StyleCotton DressNeon Nobody and Midnight Daydream.

In late 2021, Allison began performing Country music and classic Rock n’ Roll hits with her band on Broadway, Nashville’s legendary strip of honky-tonks. Her debut album entitled “Texas to Tennessee” was released on February 11, 2022 and is currently available on all streaming platforms.

Allison was nominated for “Rising Star of the Year” for the 2022 Josie Music Awards, whichtook place in October at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, TN. In November of 2022, she concluded her first fan-funded tour across the US.

In December 2022, Allison’s single “Taylor Made” reached #1 on the aBreak58 Playlist. “We get a ton of music each week from all over the world,” aBreak Music CEO, Bruce Tyler, explains. “When the A&R team heard ‘Taylor Made,’ the immediate consensus was that it was special.”

On April 14, 2023, Allison released a romantic, ballad-version of Hootie & the Blowfish’s “Only Wanna Be with You.”

An advocate for female empowerment, Allison is building her team around talented women. “I know there are wonderfully accomplished women who play instruments, sing backup vocals, produce and create. I want to help shine a light on those women and organizations the best I can!” 

For more information, visit and follow Allison on InstagramFacebookTikTok and Twitter.



Nashville, TN (April 7, 2023) – Americana singer/songwriter Todd Greene recently released his newest single “Talk To Me” (co-produced by Gabe Burdulis). You can listen to the song HERE!

With pining lyrics like in your eyes, there’s terror, and I will be the bearer of your history, Todd’s newest release tells the tale of yearning for a connection.

Talk To Me is about being there for someone without any kind of judgement,” Todd explains. “Communication is key to any kind of relationship and if you don’t talk to one another, it will all go south.” 

The song, which was recorded at TheBomb Shelter Studio in Nashville, features Seth Taylor (Mountain Heart) on mandolin, Gabe Burdulis (Brittney Spencer) on electric/slide guitar, Eva Jerde (Zeona Road) on background vocals, Megan Jane (Brittney Spencer) on drums/percussion, Andrew Brown (Morgan Evans) on bass and Gabe Baker on cello. The mastering was done by Britt Edwards at Britt Edwards Media

Todd will also be featured in “Singing Upstream,” an upcoming documentary produced by Jeff Pulver in New York City. The film will spotlight several independent artists who are navigating the music industry. No release date has been announced yet.

About Todd Greene:
Raised in a musical family in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Todd Greene discovered the art of song at a young age. His affinity for the acoustic guitar and the singer/songwriters of the era compelled him to hone his craft. Today, he is an engaging performer with introspective original songs and a rich voice that is steeped in rhythm & blues. He is truly an original American storyteller and captivating artist.

Todd released his newest single “Talk To Me” on April 7, 2023.

For more information, visit and follow Todd on FacebookInstagram and Spotify.



Nashville, TN (April 5, 2023) – Indie singer/songwriter recording artist Mexx Heart recently released her much-anticipated debut album, “Paper Houses.” You can listen HERE!

A paper house is a metaphor, often used when discussing the future with your significant other. It is a symbol of love, hope, and commitment. Paper houses are fragile, yet strong, and can withstand the test of time if built on a solid foundation. Mexx Heart uses this analogy in her debut album to tell the story of her first engagement.

Track Listing:
1. Dreamcatcher
2. No Pressure
3. Debutante Balls
4. Winter
5. Nothing From Nothing
6. London
7. Pretend
8. It’s All Over
In November of 2022, Mexx released her highly popular single “Pretend,” which showcased the softer side of her artistry. The single currently has over 28K streams on Spotify, with that number growing each day. She released “London” in January of 2023, followed by “Nothing From Nothing” on February 28, 2023.

“Wherever you are in a relationship or a certain stage in a breakup, there’s something on this album for everyone,” Mexx shares.

About Mexx Heart:
Raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Mexx Heart discovered her passion for music at a young age. When she was a child, her father would blast his favorites through the radio, heavily influencing her eclectic musical tastes. Inspired by artists like Green DayBilly Idol and Van Halen, Heart has cultivated her own unique sound.

In the spring of 2020, Mexx released her first single entitled “Roses.” She released her following singles, “Comatose” and “Skipping Stones,” that September. In February 2021, she released a cover of Green Day’s “American Idiot.”She released her acoustic single “Another Chance” on May 30, 2022 and she plans to release a full album in early 2023, featuring a new sound influenced by Taylor Swift (“Folklore” and “Evermore”), The Band Camino and Drew Erwin.

Mexx continues to leave her mark on the music industry, showcasing her skills both behind the mic and in the studio. Heart was nominated for a coveted Josie Music Award in 2021 and attended the 2022 Grammy Awards with producer Justine Blazer. She had the honor of performing at Barry Manilow’s Grammy afterparty as well, which took place at his luxury penthouse.

You can connect with Mexx on Instagram and TikTok.



Nashville, TN (March 31, 2023) – Pop singer/songwriter and current Miss Music City, Cassandra (Pinataro), recently released her newest single called “Love You Back.” You can listen to the song HERE!

With inspirational lyrics like you’re more than voices in your head, words that someone else has said, Cassandra’s positivity is shining a bright light on a dark subject that our country is currently experiencing.

Love You Back captures three main ideas – love yourself, you matter and be your own best friend,” Cassandra explains. “Kids need to hear this. After the recent shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, our people are terrified – terrified of another shooting, terrified of sending their children to school, terrified of the gun laws in our state and country. I think now, more than ever, we need to focus on mental health for children. School shootings are happening everywhere and students need to know that their voices can be heard and that their mental health matters. I’m on a mission to make sure each and every student I reach realizes that.”

Cassandra (Pinataro) was crowned Miss Boston in 2022 and was first runner-up to Miss Massachusetts that same year. While still reigning her title, Cassandra decided to chase her dream and move to Nashville, TN, where she was crowned Miss Music City in 2023. She is currently competing for the title of Miss Tennessee and hopes to continue on to the Miss America competition later this year.

As a Miss America local titleholder, Cassandra has provided meals for over 250,000 homes in the past year. She plans to release a cookbook this year, with 50% of those proceeds going back to the Middle Tennessee Food Bank.

Cassandra is currently visiting schools across Tennessee, building bonds through music and speaking with students about the importance of mental health.

About Cassandra:
Born in Rockville, MD, Cassandra began singing as soon as she could speak. She grew up in Duluth, GA before moving to Binghamton, NY for middle school and high school. Her family resides in Jacksonville, FL. “Every city I’ve lived in has taught me something about myself and the world around me,” she explains. “Although it was difficult to move often, I’m grateful for the memories I have made and the lessons I have learned in each place.” 
In high school, Cassandra began to dabble with her songwriting skills, composing several pop songs but never releasing them. It wasn’t until the Coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S. in 2020 that she found what she loved most about the creative process of music. She started writing and co-writing pop music and began recording soon after.

As a trained opera singer, Cassandra has a vast vocal range that spans over four octaves. She has a fierce sound, with the ability to seamlessly weave in and out of tricky vocal runs that would trip up most singers.  As an artist, her goal is to never treat two songs the same, thus developing a new sound for each one.

Cassandra graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor’s degree in Classical Voice Performance and is currently studying for her Master’s degree in Music Business through Berklee College of Music‘s online program.

With a combined total of over 420K streams on Spotify, Cassandra uses her talent to spread encouraging messages through her music. She released her latest single “Love You Back” on March 31, 2023.

For more information, visit and follow Cassandra on InstagramTikTok and Spotify.



Nashville, TN (March 24, 2023) – Country music singer/songwriter and recording artist Charlotte Morris recently released her heartfelt new single called “Tennessee.” You can listen to the song HERE!

With charming lyrics like chasing muddy waters where the Smokies meet their end, spending nights wrapped up in pretend, “Tennessee” reminisces on summer nights and a lost love.

“I wrote Tennessee a few months after moving to Nashville in 2021,” Charlotte recalls. “I was totally infatuated with the city, and the summer was a whirlwind of sunny days, first dates, lake swims, long hikes… basically living in a bit of a fantasy land – summer camp for adults. But as I started to settle in, I also started to snap back to reality. I had moved here for a reason; plus, I’m a real adult now (yikes!) and have responsibilities.

I think that the pairing of whimsy and realism create a sense of nostalgia that is almost tangible throughout the song. We all have those days that, 50 years from now, we’ll look back on and smile. The people might not still be around; maybe you’ve moved; maybe your life looks completely different. But those days shaped you, and gave you life. For me, those days will always include my first summer in Tennessee. Those carefree days were fleeting, but they paved the way for me to build a stable life in this city that will always hold a place in my heart. The song will always serve as a reminder of that.”

With the recent legislative action happening in Tennessee, Charlotte wants to encourage all listeners to donate to the ACLU’s Support the Drag Defense Fund, a campaign that champions drag performers and the LGBTQ+ community. Whether through song or through drag, all artists should have the right to perform their craft.

About Charlotte Morris:
Charlotte Morris is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter whose music showcases a unique blend of Americana, Folk, Pop and Country music. From her lilting folk ballads to her rock anthems for a new generation, Charlotte displays a wide aptitude for various styles. She draws inspiration from many of her favorite artists including Delta RaeBrandi CarlileSara Bareilles, and Liz Longely, as well as folk legends like Peter, Paul and MarySimon & Garfunkel, and Joni Mitchell. Her songs, which are mostly auto-biographical, also reflect her years in the theatre, with nuances and lyrical storytelling akin to musical theatre writing. Described as “the love-child of Judy Collins, deftly playing her violin, guitar and our heartstrings,” Charlotte’s music and heartfelt on-stage presence bring audience members along for the emotional ride.

Charlotte released her debut EP To New York, With Love in June 2018, which received recognition from newspapers, music blogs, and playlists worldwide. Since then, Charlotte has released a number of singles, including 2 “quarantunes” about the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as a 5 song EP, Sputnik, produced by Nashville-based, Mitch Dane. In Spring 2019, Charlotte embarked on her first solo tour, performing in 15+ cities across the country including Nashville, Austin, and NYC. At the end of 2020, Charlotte released her first full length album, Songs for My Next Ex – an 8-part “story album” that, when listened to from top to bottom, takes listeners through the highs and lows of a tumultuous, yet transformative relationship.

After almost a two-year hiatus, Charlotte released her single “Good Kind of Hurt,” produced by Will Gawley of Charlotte Avenue Entertainment, on June 10, 2022. She followed up with “Tennessee,” which she released on March 24, 2023.

For more information, visit and connect with Charlotte on FacebookInstagramTwitter and TikTok.



Nashville, TN (March 24, 2023) – Country music singer/songwriter and recording artist Katie Fee recently released her new single “Haven’t Even Poured the Whiskey” (co-written with Sammy Kay and Paige King Johnson). You can listen to the song HERE!

With whimsical lyrics like my head is starting to spin, my hands are starting to shake, my words are tangled up and I can’t seem to think straight, “Haven’t Even Poured the Whiskey” will have listeners feeling drunk on love by the end of the song.

“Sometimes song ideas can come simply from hearing someone say something that sounds like a lyric or a title, so you have to watch what you say around songwriters,” Katie jokes. “At the end of Sammy Kay‘s birthday party, everyone was getting ready to leave and her mom looked over at a bottle of whiskey and said, Oh, we didn’t even open the whiskey. My songwriter brain lit up, so I wrote it down knowing I had a write scheduled with Sammy and Paige King Johnson the next Monday. We took that idea and ran with it!”

About Katie Fee:
Katie Fee’s love of music stems from an early age in which she listened to ‘90s country artists such as Shania TwainFaith Hill, and Deana Carter. In the Fall of 2017, Katie left her hometown of Sioux Falls, SD to attend Belmont University in Nashville, TN, where she studied music business. Since moving to Music City, Katie has thrown herself into Nashville’s songwriting community, co-writing with other songwriters and playing in writers’ rounds around town.

While she fuses influences of past and present, country, rock, and pop, the South Dakota native still strives to stay true to country music’s storytelling roots. Whether the song’s about love, heartbreak, having a good time, or working hard, Katie weaves the listener through a story along the way.

On July 2nd, 2021, she released her debut EP “Sunsets and Fireworks.” The title track has been described by Three Chords Country as “What you would get if Eric Church‘s Springsteen were written by a young Taylor Swift,” perfectly summing up the songstress’s influences. “Sunsets and Fireworks” has gotten radio play on several stations including Radio SoBroCountryRadio.UK, and SheWolf Radio.

In addition to music, Katie also enjoys traveling. In the past few years, she’s managed to put the two passions together and play shows out on the road in places such as South Carolina, Alabama, The Listening Room in Pigeon Forge, TN, and Wild West Songwriters’ Festival in Deadwood, SD.

In 2023, Katie looks forward to putting out new music, beginning with the release of “Haven’t Even Poured The Whiskey” on March 24th.

For more information, visit and follow Katie on FacebookInstagramTikTok and Twitter.



Nashville, TN (March 24, 2023) – Country music singer/songwriter and recording artist Justin Colvard recently released his new single “Breaker Breaker 1-9.” You can listen to the song HERE!

With entertaining lyrics like I’m dodging scales, I’m overweight, I can’t afford the fine, “Breaker Breaker 1-9” combines traditional country music with the relatable tale of life on the road.

“I’ve always wanted to write a truck driving song,” Justin recalls. “When writing this song, I wanted to be able to connect with all truck drivers. They are a staple in our everyday lives. I think we, as humans, take a lot of things for granted. Without drivers, we wouldn’t have our much-needed food, furniture, feed for our animals, etc. So, thank you for being you and doing what you do. Being a road-dog isn’t easy.”

About Justin Colvard:
Justin Colvard was a 10-year-old in Allen, Texas, when he first picked up the guitar. After establishing a love affair with making music, he followed many other country hopefuls by relocating to Nashville, TN.

Colvard worked at the world famous Nashville Palace, where he was cast to be in a Toby Keith music video for “Honkytonk U.” When Nashville turned cold for him, Colvard moved to Brighton, Mo., where he and his father founded The Taste of Texas Band, which opened for Miranda Lambert.

Now that he and his family are official Gulf Coast residents, this country singer-songwriter has been busy showcasing his album “Barstool Confessions” and his single, “Hard Times,” at live performances. “Barstool Confessions” provides some insights into Colvard’s take on modern country. While this album still has a rock edge, more sensitive ears can collect pieces of traditional country through the arrangement.

In 2017, Justin had his first Top 100 on Texas Country Radio with “Alcohol,” followed by his second Top 100 in 2020 with “She Played Me Like A Hank Song.”

In November 2022, Justin was asked to play in the 2022 Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival, held annually down on the Gulf Coast. He just recently partnered with Beachilly Lifestyle as a Brand Ambassador (use code JC10 at checkout to save 10% off of total purchase).

On March 24, 2023, Justin released his latest single “Breaker Breaker 1-9.” March 24th also marks his nine-month anniversary of being sober. “So many great things have happened since being alcohol-free,” Justin explains. “I want people that are struggling to know that they are not alone.”

You can find Justin playing anywhere from Gulf Shores to Panama City Beach nightly.

For more information, visit and follow Justin on FacebookInstagram and TikTok.



Nashville, TN (March 17, 2023) – Multi-genre singer/songwriter Sam Ferrara recently released her jazz club-inspired version of her emotional single “Love’s Got A Way of Letting You Down.” You can listed to the song HERE!

After being named one of She Wolf Radio’s “Artists to Watch” for 2023, Sam takes the leap to expose the ugly truth behind her spoiled outlook on love, while incorporating her fierce, jazz-inspired roots with the lush sounds of saxophone and trumpet. “Love’s Got A Way of Letting You Down” has already captured the hearts of many, as it was featured at historic venues such as the Bluebird Cafe and The Listening Room in Nashville, TN.

With unguarded lyrics like hearts, they never lose their blood, until they’re drowning in a flood, “Love’s Got a Way of Letting You Down” is sure to tug on the heartstrings of listeners.

“This song was written from a vulnerable place – a story about the rise and fall of heartbreak,” Sam explains. “When the rose color glasses come off, we see the ugly truth of what it’s like to get your heart broken. I look forward to reaching listeners who have survived the rise and fall of heartbreak and who have come out stronger on the other side.” 

About Sam Ferrara:
Sam Ferrara is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Long Island, NY, but has been based in Nashville, TN since 2017. Working on music her whole life, Sam only began songwriting in her late twenties. Her goal is to write music that will make an impact on others, based on the stories she tells. 

Sam’s music is rooted in Country with a blend of all different musical influences, such as Jazz, Rock, Acoustic and more. Sam is also looking to experiment with incorporating woodwind instruments into her music.

Early in her career, Sam performed at many venues including Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, Off-Broadway at Symphony Space and The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts in Houston, TX. She also traveled to Europe to perform shows in both 2010 and 2012.

In recent years, Sam has been performing at venues and festivals throughout Nashville and Tennessee. Highlighted performances include The Cutting Room and Arlene’s Grocery in New York City, The Bluebird Cafe and The Listening Room in Nashville, TN.

2022 was a year of growth and artist development for Sam. She is looking forward to touring and releasing more music, including a full-length album set to come out in summer 2023.

You can follow Sam on FacebookInstagramTikTokTwitter and Spotify.