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Alana Springsteen

Wielding her golden pen, Springsteen is on the path to becoming one of the leading voices in this new era of country music as she continues to tell her story – and the story of a generation – one chapter at a time.

Holler Country Music

Wielding her golden pen, Springsteen is on the path to becoming one of the leading voices in this new era of country music as she continues to tell her story – and the story of a generation – one chapter at a time.

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Everyone knows that country music's charm lies within its songwriting, and Alana Springsteen figured this out early on in her life.

Picking up one of her grandfather's dusty old guitars at seven and starting to pen her own songs at nine, the Virginia Beach native began making treks to country music's capital at ten years old.

As a pre-teen she was already delving into the craft of co-writing, sharing rooms with writers like Sherrié Austin and Will Rambeaux who embraced the eager young songstress as she began to find her voice as a songwriter.

Four years later at the age of fourteen, she decided to take the leap as she and her family made the move to Nashville. She saw a quick payoff though, landing her first publishing deal almost instantly. As she continued to refine her skills and sharpen her songwriting abilities, as well as familiarize herself behind the soundboard, she landed cuts with Disney actor Asher Angel and country singer Caitlyn Shadbolt, among others.

However, come 2019, it was time for Springsteen to take her own stab at the spotlight. She released her self-titled, debut EP, as well as an accompanying Acoustic Sessions EP that followed shortly thereafter, which helped land her opening slots with the likes of Josh Turner and Filmore.

The young singer-songwriter continued to build up her discography with a new set of projects - 2021's History of Breaking Up (Part One) and 2022's History of Breaking Up (Part Two) that saw her working with A-list collaborators, including Shane McAnally, Ryan Beaver, Ashley Gorley, Jerry Flowers, Chris LaCorte, Geoff Warburton and more.

Through the pair of EPs, Springsteen began to concoct what’s become her signature blend of honest relatability, breezy intimacy and country-pop sensibilities that ultimately led her to attract the attention of Columbia Records NY and Sony Music Nashville.

Named Pandora's 2021 Country Artist to Watch and a member of CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2023, she's now teed up her long awaited full-length, major label debut record, Twenty Something.

Told over three parts, Springsteen takes listeners through a journey of the ups and downs associated with your third decade around the sun. Only a few years into her twenties, she tackles the messiness and beauty that we all experience, expressing complex emotions with the utmost grace and ease.

Wielding her golden pen and seeing the world through the lens of songwriting, Springsteen is on the path to becoming one of the leading voices in this new era of country music as she continues to tell her story – and the story of a generation – one chapter at a time.