Savannah Roberts has been performing since the age of thirteen, and has had the privilege of being the opening act for headliners such as Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain, Sturgill Simpson, and traditional country legend Jeanie C. Riley. At a young age, Roberts turned to songwriting as an outlet through her struggles of depression and anxiety, not knowing where that passion would take her. Winning multiple national awards for her singing and songwriting abilities before she was eighteen, she is no stranger to the stage. With vivid memories of being rocked to sleep to the sounds of Dolly Parton, and using tennis rackets in place of guitars to sing along to Johnny Paycheck, music has always made up her roots.
Through her journey, Roberts has collaborated with many talented musicians. For years she lent her vocals to the national-award winning "Country Duo of the Year" Rose Drive. In 2015, she became a founder of the Chattanooga Americana group The Long Haul.
After years of polishing her craft, she is proud to release her songs as a solo artist. She is also excited to be assisting SoundCorps with their directory and networking.
- artist development
- Background vocals
- live music