NASHVILLE, TN — The 22 years old Nashville talent Ava Rowland has just released her latest single, “California Gypsies”.
The sweet summer single delivers a quality that combines Kacey Musgraves and Miranda Lambert’s musical style, carefully tailored with Ava Rowland’s uniqueness. Rowland will be available in Nashville week of July 22-25 for interviews and meet-and-greets.
Being a music prodigy, Rowland started her music career from the early age of around eight in front of a packed congregation at her church in her hometown of Wellington, Ohio, with the powerful hymn “We Fall Down”.
Rowland’s musical style leans to contemporary country music, with artistic influences from Carrie Underwood to Lauren Daigle to Elvis Presley.
She has performed in various stages and audiences and festivals all across the Midwest, including Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Café and the Country Music Association Fest in 2019. She also opened for Montgomery Gentry, John Michael Montgomery and Neal McCoy.
Previously, she had released several works such as EP “Polaroid Picture” in 2018 with notable singles “Mama’s favorite song”, “Exit Sign”, and her first single “He’s Like a Habit”.
On the side, Rowland actively advocates Rachel’s Challenge, a program on anti-bullying and looking for the best in others while treating them with compassion. The organization was founded in memory of Columbine High School shooting victim Rachel Scott.
Inspired by the faithful figures of country music such as Dolly Parton, Lauren Alaina and Gabby Barrett, faith has always been a part of Rowland’s life and music.
Visit the website www.avarowland.com to learn more about the rising star and her tour dates.
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