by David Miller,
When Olivia Frances ended her first tour, #SingleSteps Tour, it ended back in her home town of Cincinnati. I sat down with her a few days later to ask her about her songwriting and year-long excursion to Nashville which she describes as, “The town of dreams.”
We talked about how she goes about her writing and why so many describe the young musician as an old soul. She acquiesces to perhaps being a “Song Healer.”
I asked who her favorite female and male artists are now, and who’s hot now on the Nashville scene. Who should we be watching for?
She talks about the storytelling aspect of her songs and where she came upon the wisdom displayed by her lyrics.
The title track off her album, “Back to Happiness” won Best Pop Song of 2014 in the Ohio Music Awards. In addition, her original song, “Season’s Grow On” was placed in a documentary produced by an Emmy-award winning filmmaker, Melissa Godoy.
Vote for Olivia Frances to play with Kenny Loggins in Nashville and San Juan Capistrano
Out of 110 submissions, Cincinnati native, singer musician, and songwriter, Olivia Frances is a top finalist to open for the Blue Sky Riders!
Does the name Kenny Loggins ring a bell? He’s one of the band members.
Olivia said, I’m so excited that I’ve made it to this point but now I need your help Loveland. Please spread the word and tell you friends and family to vote for me every day until July 12th.”
OLIVIA is a KICKIN’ IT BACK OPENING ACT FINALISTS
The time has come! We’ve painstakingly reviewed every one of the over 110 amazing contest submissions, and have narrowed down our top finalists (no easy task, we assure you!) Now it’s up to you to help make their dreams come true – and help us decide which of these up and coming artists will appear as our opening act for our very special Kickstarter-inspired Kickin’ It Back Tour events on September 11 at City Winery Nashville, and September 25 at Coach House, San Juan Capistrano!
Kenny Loggins and The Blue Sky Riders
Listen to Season’s Grow On
Olivia Frances recently featured on NPR about artists and social media
For Aspiring Artists, Social Media Can Get Fans Too Close For Comfort
Follow Olivia through her social sites below…