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“Oh Yeah, Alright” The Listening Room Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee – “Oh Yeah, Alright” with Madison Wolfe and Hannah Noel – 2021

Santa Barbara Country Music Festival “Didn’t Know what Love Was” – 2019

Hard to Get – Savannah Burrows – 2020

Meet Savannah Burrows, Rising Santa Clarita Country Star

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With roots in Southern California, her original music pulls from California Country-Pop to combine with a Southern-Country soul since relocating to Nashville to pursue her passions.  Her taste has evolved with her ever-growing experience in the industry, as she’s had the opportunity to grace the stage and open for such idols as Carly Pearce, Devin Dawson, Sara Evans, Diamond Rio, Hunter Hayes, Chris Lane, The Swon Brothers, Wilson Phillips, Al Jardine of The Beach Boys, and more.  


Savannah’s music can be described as a fusion of country and pop music, as her songs evoke a fun-loving freedom in each of her narratives.  She believes that her music is for everyone and wants her listeners to feel seen and heard.  Savannah started playing guitar when she was only 8 years old and her love for music has only amplified.  Artists and icons such as Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Carly Pearce, Sara Evans, Hunter Hayes, Devin Dawson, Chris Lane, Diamond Rio, Kacey Musgraves and Kelsea Ballerini… the list goes on, have had a profound impact on Savannah’s commitment and passion for singing and songwriting.  


At only 21 years old, Savannah has learned how to play not only guitar, but has also picked up the mandolin, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, piano, and ukulele.  Savannah is inspired to bring each instrument’s unique sound to her music and to continue mastering technique in growing as an artist.  She wants to make music that encourages people to let loose and have a good time, music as a healthy escape from the day-to-day trials and tribulations of life that allows listeners to sit back and relax and enjoy the lyrics and melody and find space to be themselves.


The Nashville music scene has truly embraced Savannah by continuing to invite her back to legendary venues such as The Listening Room, Belcourt Taps, Cabana Taps, The Mockingbird Theater, Live Oak, Tin Roof, and The Commodore Grill, to name a few.  She’s excited for what’s to come in terms of her musical knowledge and growth and is grateful to be on this journey in order to create and sustain the music community in which she thrives.