HunterGirl is a country singer/songwriter originally from Winchester, Tennessee.
She began performing in her grandfather’s church at age three, and started writing songs
at age nine. From age fourteen, she has performed over the United States, and won the
2014 Texaco Country Showdown at age fifteen. After graduating high school, she moved
to Nashville and immediately started playing her signature Ovation guitar at gigs in
downtown venues such as Tootsie’s, Rippy’s, Crazy Town, Luke Bryan’s, FGL, and
HonkyTonk Central, while also earning her college degree in record time (and during a
pandemic) at MTSU’s Music Business School at age twenty-two.
Also while in college, HunterGirl won several songwriting contests including the
prestigious Nashville Songwriter Association International two years in a row, and has
opened for notable performers including Old Dominion, Florida Georgia Line, Kane
Brown, Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins, Charlie Daniels, and Sara Evans.
HunterGirl has worked with many veteran organizations such as Operation Song,
Middle Tennessee State University, Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veteran Center, Freedom
Sings USA, and Soldier’s Child. She works with these music therapy organizations to
help transform veteran’s stories into songs.
With all her accomplishments and having just turned twenty-three, HunterGirl is
on track to be the next big female artist from Music City. Her talent, tenacity, and heart of
gold, make her a good bet to deliver hit songs for years to come. Check her out on all
the socials @HunterGirlMusic.