Alana Springsteen / Sophia Scott

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Columbia Records NY/Sony Music Nashville artist-songwriter Alana Springsteen is Twenty Something. Making her anticipated debut with a three-part album, her first installment, Twenty Something: Messing It Up, delivers a bold introduction with “you don’t deserve a country song.” She is hailed by Billboard as possessing “a classic female voice packed with angst and determination.” E! News praises her as “one of Nashville's most buzzworthy emerging artists,” and People applauds Springsteen as representing “the future of country music.” Quickly nearing 100 million streams, the 22-year-old is among the class of 2023 for CMT’s Next Women of Country, MusicRow’s Next Big Thing, a celebrity ambassador for the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, and previously named a Country Artist to Watch by Pandora. Next supporting Adam Doleac’s Barstool Whiskey Wonderland tour, she’s appeared at the Grand Ole Opry and has already been spotted on the road with Mitchell Tenpenny and LANY.


Based in Nashville but raised in Colorado, Sophia Scott has blazed her own bold trail to country stardom. With a rare gift for raw yet exquisitely detailed storytelling — and a one-of-a-kind sound infused with elements of southern rock, pop, R&B, and soul, the singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist has amassed over 92 million career streams and drawn nearly one million monthly listeners to date. Growing up in Boulder, she took up piano and guitar as a child and soon started composing songs of her own, then further developed her unforgettably candid songwriting voice upon kicking off her music career in Los Angeles. During her six years in L.A., Scott found early success with singles like 2018’s “White Fence” and 2019’s “Drink Too Much Wine” (both featured on coveted playlists like Spotify’s New Music Friday), but ultimately relocated to Nashville and immersed herself in sharpening her craft. A breakthrough year for Scott, 2021 brought such triumphs as opening for the Jonas Brothers, landing on an artists-to-watch list from People, and inking her record deal with EMPIRE Nashville. The fast-rising artist maintained that momentum throughout 2022 when she delivered her widely acclaimed debut EP One Of These Days, a six-song project that earned praise from American Songwriter, E! News, Entertainment Tonight, and CMT (who stated: “Nashville newcomer Sophia Scott proves she has a bright future ahead in the genre”), and explored such complex subjects as watching her loved ones struggle with addiction (in the fan-favorite “Side Effects”). Along with signing a global publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and Ross Golan’s Unknown Music Publishing in 2022, Scott's debut album BARSTOOL CONFESSIONS is out now, via EMPIRE.