Raised in the boondocks of Kansas, Savanna Chestnut is a Country music singer/songwriter whose music reflects her roots. Growing up in a small farm town, Savanna developed a love for the sweet, twangy sounds of old school country music, and that is exactly what she aims to bring back to the modern country scene.
Savanna started writing and preforming around age 13 and has been actively pursuing a career in music ever since. She has toured around the country playing at various bars and festivals, and opening for acts like Tanya Tucker, Ned Ledoux, Granger Smith, Restless Heart, Shenandoah, Sunny Sweeney and Ward Davis. In 2016, Savanna won the Nolensville Songwriter Showcase judged by Gretchen Wilson and Trent Tomlinson with her song "My Hands". She has performed at festivals like Cheyenne Frontier Days, Country Stampede in Manhattan and Topeka KS, Tumbleweed Music Festival, Washunga Days in Council Grove KS, and more.
Savanna writes her songs for and about the folks that still love true country music. She brings a new, yet traditional sound to the table, and she will continue to share it with as many crowds as possible. Follow her on social media, to stay up to date on her upcoming shows, latest news, and songs. Your support will be greatly appreciated.