Her follow-up album (recorded independently in
Nashville 2012) and original music video, The
Game, gave her an undeniable foot in Nashville
when a booking agency signed her to their roster
along side acts such as Charlie Daniels and Travis
Tritt. She began opening shows for Phil Vassar
and Jo Dee Messina. With vast support from her
booking agency and regional radio, the following
year Leah would open for major headliners including
Sara Evans, Colt Ford, Aaron Tippin, Sammy Kershaw,
Joe Diffie, and Cassaddee Pope.
While Leah was still living in PA, she would travel
back and forth to Nashville several times a year.
She was finishing school and continuing to write
and tour, but Leah convinced her family to finally
make the move to Nashville so she could be that
much closer to her dream. When approached about
an opportunity to produce and record an album,
along with engineering students at DarkHorse Institute
in Franklin, a brand new project was born.
upcoming album, Just a Ghost was produced by both
Leah and acclaimed Northeast Regional Artist,
Jordan Davis (Kingsfoil, AstroLasso). Few could
pull off such a polished, cohesive album as an
independent artist, but Leah felt that with this
project was a reassurance that this is what she
was meant to do.
new songs are fueled by her explorations of banjo,
lap steel, violins and Keith Urban influenced
guitar solos, along with her love of indie-pop
style synth and electronic flourishes. She is
casually bewitching fans through abstract electronic
twists, that Leah has artfully found a way to
blend and that work. Her lyrics are simple and
catchy, but with deeply real emotions of experience,
she speaks to the hearts of listeners, not only
her age, but of all generations. All of these
elements point to an artist wise beyond her years.
When paired with her edgy look, this fusion creates
a punchy modern feel that is bringing a whole
new young female presence to Modern Country Music.