Bio

 

A small town native hailing from the flint hills of Kansas, Savanna Chestnut's voice is as clear and country as the prairie sky she grew up under and her songwriting reflects her heartfelt, no-frills character. 

Her love for performing started in her grandparent's bar on karaoke night when she was a little girl and has since taken her all across the country. From dive bars, fairs, festivals and rodeos, to season 20 of The Voice on NBC where she was chosen by Blake Shelton, Savanna has won over audiences with her unique, yet nostalgic country style. 

Savanna has won multiple songwriting contests and has been nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year at the Rocky Mountain Country music awards 4 times. She has shared the stage with acts such as Gary Allan, Eli Young Band, Reckless Kelly, Granger Smith, Tanya Tucker, Ned Ledoux and many others. She has 3 studio albums of original music available on all streaming platforms. 

Her goal is to connect with and comfort as many people as possible with her music. In her words,

"Country music has always been my shoulder to lean on, no matter what. I can always relate to it, and always rely on it. That's how I want my songs to be for others. Just honest, genuine, country music."