Blending new age tones and personal, heart-felt storytelling with catchy, overarching pop melodies, Abby Anderson’s authentic and genre-bending country sound is one that was developed long before her move to Nashville at the age of 17.

Quickly hitting the Nashville grind, Abby’s hard work paid off in 2017 when she signed her first record deal. Over the next two years Abby was recognized by Pandora as a “Country Artist to Watch” and was named on both the “CMT 18 for 2018” and “Next Women of Country Class” alongside Ashley McBryde. Shortly after, she released her debut EP, I’M GOOD. With that, her career had taken off, and Anderson has accrued over 100 million streams since. In 2019, she was recognized as a member of the Music Row Magazine’s “Next Big Thing”, Sounds Like Nashville’s list of “Country Artists to Watch” and “Bobby Bones Show Class Of 2019”. In 2020, Abby’s European tour was cut short due to Covid. Abby spent this time forming a relationship with Executive Producer Marshall Altman. Abby began a new journey working on a record, “Sugar Spice” that was released in 2022 and heard by millions. The record resulted in Abby signing a new record deal with Walk Off Entertainment with distribution from Virgin Music Group.

Abby's recent intimate project, "First To Hit The Road," offers a glimpse into her upbringing. The release struck a chord across social media, with the viral sensation "Heart On Fire In Mexico" garnering a staggering 30 million impressions and 4.5 million streams. Having shared stages with Stevie Nicks, Rob Thomas, Brett Eldredge, Chase Rice, and more, Abby has played the Grand Ole Opry fifteen times. Yet, she believes she's just scratching the surface of her musical journey.

Friday, July 12

Nashville North

9:00 PM