Releasing the Album ‘Into the Song’
When I was twelve years old, I wrote a song about owning the stars and wanting to shine… Releasing my debut record, Into the Song, was the closest I’ve ever felt to shining. It is an interesting thing releasing songs you wrote, especially living in a small town where most people can figure out who those songs are about. It makes you vulnerable and open. and those are things I don’t usually like to be. But it is an indescribable feeling pouring all my stories and emotions into this album and sending it out into the world for others to hopefully relate to. Music is so powerful and it connects the world through emotions in ways that are almost impossible to understand, and I love to be a part of that beautiful, strange connection.
I want to thank my incredibly talented producers Jeffrey Armstreet and Matt Kidd for making this album everything I imagined it would be. I am honored to have worked with such amazing producers and musicians and I enjoyed every minute of the recording process. Thank you to Red Tree Recording Studio for being my second home during the recording process and to Magnolia Red for the time and work put into the album. I could not be more pleased with the way Into the Song turned out. Recording this record was such an inspirational learning experience for me and I grew as an artist throughout the process. It is an indescribable feeling to send my stories out into the world to be heard by others and these stories could not have been told in the beautiful way that they were without the creative minds that spent countless hours on the album.
Thank you to my incredible fans. I am amazed by the amount of messages from people all over the world. It is so inspiring to hear the kind words of strangers that have listened to my music. I also want to thank my family and friends for always believing in me and encouraging me in every aspect of my life and music. I am so excited to start my journey as an artist with this album and with the support of so many wonderful people. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Thanks so much for sharing your first release with me. I love your style of music and you have a great voice. I always look forward to your family coming into Culver’s. I hope y’all had a great weekend to the resort. (all I can remember is “wolf”). Hope to see all of you soon at Culver’s.