Pre-order Lucky Strike now to support the 2017 release of my new full-length record. Be a part of the story! When you Pledge to pre-order, you’ll choose from exclusives like handwritten lyrics, an original song, a fancy dinner party with me as your chef (I’ve got skills), and you can even have your name printed in the album’s liner notes.

Alright! Let’s do this. Together.

Also, I’m happy to be donating 5% of the campaign’s proceeds to The Sunshine House in my hometown of Swainsboro, Georgia; so, another small way to give back.

Lucky Strike

Last fall a friend urged me to consider making another full-length record, when at the time I’d been focusing all my time and energy on writing for other artists. Turns out, when you write without a particular goal in mind, the pressure is lifted and suddenly the songs get better.

I’m so glad my arm was twisted. This record – Lucky Strike – is the best thing I’ve ever made, and I can’t wait to share it with you. {Soon!}

Michaela Anne

The first song I wrote with my good friend Michaela Anne is on her brand new record, which has been praised in the New York Times and No Depression among others. I’m so happy to have had a small part of what the Bluegrass Situation calls an LP “full of heartbreakers so grounded in self-awareness that they never sound anything but authentic, yet never too indulgent to ring just like diary scribbles.” Specific praise for the song we wrote together, “Easier Than Leaving,” came from the Bluegrass Situation, which named it song of the week. Congrats Michaela!

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I’m excited and honored to be playing in this year’s Americana Festival right here in Nashville on Saturday, September 19. My set will be at Musicians Corner, free and open to the public, alongside Angaleena Presley and several other fantastic songwriters. If you’re a Nashvillian, check out the Americana Fest and all its goings-on at www.americanamusic.org. They do an amazing job of curating an impactful conference and series of showcases every year, and I couldn’t be happier to be a part of it.

I’m so incredibly honored to be a finalist in both the Telluride Troubadour and Kerrville New Folk songwriting competitions. These are both such prestigious festivals with such amazingly rich histories. I’ll be happily heading to Texas in May and Colorado in June to play both festivals, soak in a bunch of amazing songs, and probably meet some incredibly talented new friends whilst “competing” in these competitions.