Savannah is a young upcoming singer and songwriter who draws her influences from such artists as Amy Winehouse, ZZ Ward and Adele. Her voice is only to be described as soulful with a wide dynamic range, including very intimate emotions sung with every note. She has been performing publicly since the age of nine. She’s sung “The National Anthem” for various well known sporting events such as The Spokane Indians AA baseball team, The Spokane Chiefs professional hockey team, and the Fresno Grizzlies (SF Giant’s AAA organization,) and has sung for the Special Olympics Unified Relay Across America. She has recently completed tracking her debut EP album “Along The Way,” recorded with two-time Grammy Award winning producer, Justin Armstrong, at Robert Lang Studios in Seattle, Washington. She wrote and composed all songs on the album. Savannah says she feels so blessed to have had so many talented musicians that contributed to the production of her EP album, (which she worked on for eight months prior to its release.) One of these musicians, Phil Petersen, who is a world renowned cellist, featured on track 2 and 3 of her album. He’s composed songs for P!nk, Owl City, Lupe Fiasco Ft Ed Sheeran, Flo Rida, Gym Class Heroes, Adam Levine (Maroon 5) and Christina Perrie, just to name a few. She has gained wide recognition in the summer 2015 issue of The Vocalist Magazine. At just 17 years old, Savannah is already making a name for herself.