With her heart set on the sounds of Nashville, Toria Lynn is a young female country artist whose smooth vocal runs and country twangs are making a presence in the UK, and have gained attention from fans far and wide.
Hailing from Wigan, a small town west of Manchester, Toria spent her days listening to her idols such as LeAnn Rimes and Faith Hill. She enjoyed line dancing in her local club. However, her passion for country music quickly soared from singing into her hairbrush to singing in national competitions.
Her passion and drive for music saw her venture on numerous projects throughout her teens, from performing in the West-End, to travelling to LA. Her latest display with her band saw her win the OPEN MIC UK finals in Manchester, against an ever growing pop industry. Speaking about her performance, Toria expressed "This is just the start, there is so much more to what I can do".
Determined to be seen as more than a performer, Toria began to pen her first EP, with her first song ‘Country Came Country Did’ being a message to show that anybody can do what they set their mind to, and she certainly did. With her growing confidence and fan base, Toria is found performing in clubs and festivals around the UK. In pursuit of happiness and with a voice described as a young Joan Baez, Toria is establishing herself well on the UK Country scene.
Her EP is set to release in October, with a pending album to follow.