Sierra Ferrell by Alysse Gafkjen

Sierra Ferrell

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Americana singer/songwriter Sierra Ferrell may hail from West Virginia, but her music captures influences both far and wide.

In her early 20s, Ferrell she set her sights on other horizons. She traversed the American landscape, singing where she could and busking in New Orleans and Seattle.

Eventually, Ferrell made her way to Nashville where her distinctive voice and songwriting began to attract fans. She signed with Rounder Records, and she released her debut studio album Long Time Coming in 2021.

  • Full name: Sierra Ferrell
  • Born: August 3, 1988
  • Hometown: Charleston, West Virginia
  • Genre: Americana
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Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion 2022 Announces Final Round of Artists

By Holler , April 29, 2022

The War & Treaty, Sierra Ferrell, Junior Brown and more have been added to the line-up for the 2022 instalment of the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion festival in Virginia-Tennessee.

Holler Country Music

INTRODUCINGSingle Premiere: Sierra Ferrell - 'The Sea'

By Amanda Wicks, June 1, 2021

The singer/songwriter's debut weaves together multiple influences into country and folk.

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ALBUM REVIEWSierra Ferrell - Long Time Coming

By Hal Horowitz, August 17, 2021

It’s obvious that Sierra Ferrell is a refreshingly original talent on the roots music landscape; one who’s revealed just a sampling of her gifts on this confident and uncompromising initial studio set.

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INTERVIEWIntroducing: Sierra Ferrell

By Matt Wickstrom, August 23, 2021

While prepping for a run of west coast shows, Ferrell caught up to discuss all things Long Time Coming, busking, Billy Strings, overcoming her anxieties and more. But before all of that, we started with food – a certain West Virginia institution in particular.

Holler Country Music

ESSENTIALSRecords of the Year 2021

By Holler , December 2, 2021

The top 20 country, Americana and roots records from 2021, as voted for by Holler staff and contributors.