Country music singer, guitarist and fiddle player who has shared the stage with performers like Ashley Monroe, Josh Dorr and Radio Romance. She released her first album, Only Good Things, in 2013 and followed it up with 2015's Heck of a Story.
She began learning to play the violin at age six and picked up guitar several years later. She attended Boca Raton Community High School.
She has played the fiddle during live performances of "Devil Went Down to Georgia" alongside Charlie Daniels. In 2015, she was named the Best Young Country Singer in South Florida by the Sun-Sentinel and SouthFlorida.com.
She has two younger brothers.
She has performed as part of Neal McCoy's live band.