Rachel Wammack kicked off the Sony Music Nashville Next Gen Series with hit songwriters and creative collaborators Gordie Sampson (left) and Scooter Carusoe (right).
Gordie Sampson, Rachel Wammack, and Scooter Carusoe (left to right) perform for a full house at the launch of the Sony Music Nashville Next Gen Series at The Listening Room in Nashville.
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Rachel Wammack celebrates the launch of the Sony Music Nashville Next Gen Series with (left to right) manager Halie Hampton, Maverick Management, Wammack, and Sony Music Nashville Executive Vice President/COO Ken Robold.
Nashville, TN – Entertainment Weekly’s only Nashville singer/songwriter pick to “Break Big in 2019,” Rachel Wammack kicked off the “Sony Music Nashville Next Gen Series,” Wednesday at The Listening Room in Nashville.
The monthly series, in partnership with The Listening Room, features SMN rising talent in the round with special guests. For the inaugural session, Wammack invited hitmakers and creative collaborators Gordie Sampson and Scooter Carusoe.
The Muscle Shoals native, has garnered a lot of attention following the release of her autobiographical debut, “Damage,” which was applauded by media tastemakers, including The Bobby Bones Show, which selected Wammack for the “Class of 2019” and touted Wammack for having “country, soul, and pop running through her veins.”
A gifted musician with a confident soprano, Wammack won over The Listening Room audience with her deeply personal lyrics and undeniable charisma.
Proving “the rising star is here to stay,” (Radio.com), her wildfire momentum continues to grow as she joins the lineups for several big summer music festivals including Stagecoach and Tortuga. For more information visit www.rachelwammack.com.