Allison Russell released her first solo project, Outside Child, in May of 2021. The breathtaking album has since earned her three Grammy nominations. A self-taught singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and co-founder of Our Native Daughters and Birds of Chicago, Russell was raised in Montreal, Quebec. She imbues her music with the colors of her city – the light, the landscape, the language – but also the trauma that she suffered there. It is a heartbreaking reflection on a childhood no one should have to endure, and at the same time a powerful reclamation – asserted from a place of healing, of motherhood, of partnership – and from a new home made in Nashville.
Guitarist and singer-songwriter Katie Pruitt is a Nashville transplant from the suburbs of Atlanta. Pruitt tackles human topics such as religion, mental health, and contemporary love songs with a modern twist. Her passionate delivery and powerful message are the reason her name has graced the bills of major festivals, and sold out shows across the US and internationally. Pruitt was named NPR’s Slingshot Artist for 2019 and was also featured on All Songs Considered for her song “Grace Has A Gun.” She was chosen as the Luck Reunion “Artist on the Rise” for SxSW 2019. Her recently released debut album, Expectations, is a glowingly detailed collection of real-life stories, and a courageous document of coming of age.
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