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 is also a featured artist at PCG Universal, “The Science of Artist Development,” an artist development program headed up by long-time music industry veteran Bernard Porter. She says the lessons have been nothing short of invaluable, helping her to become a better-rounded
Her songwriting is in full evidence all over Polaroid Picture, her new release. A great example is the heart-wrenching “My Last Words,” a song that was inspired by the tragic events that unfolded at Parkland High – and the family members left behind.
The EP is available for streaming and purchase on all major platforms, including iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon.
When she isn’t working on music, Ava can be found advocating “Rachel’s Challenge,” a program about anti-bullying, looking for the best in others and treating them with compassion. The organization was founded in the memory of Columbine High School shooting victim Rachel Scott. Her story is one that struck an emotional chord within her.