From performing at Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Café and Puckett’s to taking the stage at festivals throughout Kansas, Ohio, and Kentucky, Ava Rowland is a talent worth keeping an eye on. The contemporary country music artist cites an eclectic list of artistic inspirations ranging from Carrie Underwood to Lauren Daigle to Selena Quintanilla to Elvis Presley.
Ava will be performing on Monday, January 14 at 8:30 PM at the Listening Room Café (618 4th Ave. S) as part of Bill DiLuigi’s Nashville Emerging Songwriters Showcase.
Ava’s debut EP, Polaroid Picture, was produced by well-known Nashville songwriter, Britton Cameron, who has toured with Toby Keith, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Leann Rimes. The songs on Polaroid Picture carry deeply personal messages, including “My Last Words,” which was inspired by the Parkland school shooting in Florida and “Indiana Ohio,” which explores the hardships that come with long-distance relationships.
The EP also contains the title track – Ava’s very first radio single – the upbeat “Polaroid Picture,” of which she says, “It’s about having someone special in your life who is just an original, a classic…just like a Polaroid Picture.”
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