Hailing from Texas, Season is a self 
taught guitarist/singer/songwriter who grew up listening to MoTown, Elvis Presley and The Beatles. In High School she was classically trained in opera and competed in statewide competitions. During this time she also started performing and touring the Texas Opry Cuircut with the likes of LeAnne Rimes, all before the age of 17. Shortly after graduation she moved to Nashville TN on her own, with no money, a big heart and an even bigger dream. Living the starving artist lifestyle she cut her teeth on the Nashville club curcuit  including Tootsies and The Bluebird Cafe. Combining her early years of opera vocal training with her love of MoTown and classic rock she started writing music based on Nashville writing techniques she picked up on the scene. She honed and polished her writing for years making small yet steady advances in her career. 

   After an open call audition in 2004 for the Television show
 Nashville Star, Season advanced as a National Finalist, but was not selected as a winner. Undeterred, Season continued over the years to write and perform and finally in 2011 she independently recorded and released her first studio album and Video, "I'm Alive".  The Academy of Texas Music  nominated Season and  her efforts  for "Award of Distinction" and also received  many fantastic reviews from industry pros noting her distinquished vocals, keen lyrics and soulful writing style. 

    Following the immense success of "I'm Alive", Season released her sophmore EP "Wildfire" and hit the road, in a  grassroots approach to promote the album. Her tenacity payed off. She garnered 9 nominations including best "Female Vocalist" and best "Singer/Songwriter" in Destin FL. She also received  yet another nomination from the Accadamy of Texas Music for "Female Vocalist of the Year"! She also won "Best Music Video" for her epic and erie ending of the video "Wildfire" and also won "Best Country Artist" on The Emerald Coast in 2014.
  Currently Season has banded with Allen Rayfield, an award winning harmonica player and singer/songwriter and Tray Gastone, percussionist extraordinaire and vocalist from Detroit to form a dynamic trio called The Wide Open. With a new band and new music The Wide Open released their debut album called "We'll Get By" and are currently touring to promote the album. "Like" The Wide Open on FB by clicking the FB icon link below at the bottom of the page !

Support local and independent artists like Season and The Wide Open, by coming out to shows, sharing the music with your friends and family and  purchasing "WILDFIRE" and  "I'm Alive " at these  fine on-line retailers including:  iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, and My Texas Music.com!!  Click the links below and check it out!!!