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Thirteen-year-old country powerhouse singer/songwriter Brooklyn Summer recently released her rockin' anthem, “Blues On The Blacktop.” The kickin’ up-tempo song was co-written by Nashville tunesmiths Dave Lenahan, Scott Barrier, and Ericca Latza, and was produced by industry vet, record producer/composer/musician, John D. Willis/Mount Willis Productions. It has been creating a buzz among industry professionals and music fans alike since its release day premiere on Radio SoBro's NuMu Friday. It is nearing an impressive 238k streams and is available on all digital and streaming platforms.

 

 

"Blues on the Blacktop" is a good ole-fashioned feel-good, hand-clappin,' toe-tappin' country song reminiscent of the popular 90s sound. It's about getting in the car, hitting the blacktop and leaving behind a relationship gone wrong, and not looking back.

 

Summer is a superstar in the making. The California native who was born in Morgan Hill (Silicon Valley) and moved to LA in third grade, proves that dynamite comes in small packages and people are taking notice. Although she may be tiny in stature, Summer is quickly becoming known for her BIG voice. The young country-rocker notes artists from Gretchen Wilson, Miranda Lambert, and Pistol Annies, to Adele, Christina Aguilera, and Kelly Clarkson as her biggest musical influences and she takes a little something that she has learned along the way from each of them adding to it her own distinctive style to create something unforgettable.

 

Summer has already graced the stages of some of Music City’s most prestigious venues since her recent move from Los Angeles including Fairlane Hotel, Live Oak, Kid Rock's Honky Tonk & Rock 'n' Roll Steakhouse, The Ainsworth Nashville, The Listening Room, The Local, The Stage on Broadway, the world-famous Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, Up! Rooftop Lounge, and Virgin Hotel Nashville. She was recently invited to play the iconic Bluebird Cafe where she made her debut on July 11th singing her new single.

 

Summer has also been busy writing and recording with Nashville’s finest hit songwriters and producers including Blue Foley (“God’s Will” & “Girls Going Nowhere”/Ashley McBride), Kirsti Manna ("Austin"/Blake Shelton), Lance Carpenter ("Love Me Like You Mean It"/Kelsea Ballerini), Michael Jay ("Toy Soldiers"/Martika, "Declaration of Love"/Celine Dion), Steve Dean ("Watching You"/Rodney Atkins, "Round About Way"/George Strait), Terri Jo Box (“Hillbilly Hippie”/Lainey Wilson, “Dear Old Sun”/Miranda Lambert, “Bible and a .44”/Ashley McBryde, Eric Church with Ashley McBryde, and Trisha Yearwood feat. Patty Loveless, “God Bless The Boy (Cori’s Song”/Cody Johnson ).

 

It is evident that Summer is not afraid of hard work. She has been performing since the tender age of 5 and is mature way beyond her years. Not only is she a singer/songwriter, but an actress, voice-over artist, and print model. She has already appeared in numerous films and is recognized by both the Los Angeles and Nashville communities for her talent - volunteering her voice singing for hospice and performing at local county fairs and festivals. She was named Grand Champion winner of both the California State Talent Competition and the Greater Bay Area Talent Competitions in her age group.

 

 

Summer resides in Music City where she is home-schooled, currently a freshman in high school, and working diligently on her music career every day. She spends time co-writing and has over 60 cataloged songs with BMI, is taking vocal lessons, and teaches herself guitar. Summer practices daily, and performs all over the southeast and California. Despite her busy schedule, Summer is still a typical teenager, enjoying the same things as her peers. When she is not on stage, she enjoys drawing, swing dancing, horseback riding, playing Roblox, and loves animals.

 

Summer is currently in the studio working on new music to be released later this year. Her next single, “Kickin’ It Country” is scheduled to be released in February. When asked what is next for Summer, she notes "I would love to be signed by a record label who understands me and shares my vision and my passion. Music is everything to me! It is universal and so powerful. I want to use my talents, music, and platform to give back to my community and to help others" …and that is exactly what she will do, make a difference...one song at a time.

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