Grace Pettis

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  • Grace Pettis - Bugle Boy Fundraiser

    This show was on Feb 28th, 2016 | 37 people watched
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  • Grace Pettis and Brian Pounds

    This show was on Feb 3rd, 2016 | 42 people watched
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Grace Pettis, from Lookout Mountain, Alabama, has songwriting in her blood. The daughter of a poetry scholar and a troubadour, Grace comes by her love of words honestly. Her father, Pierce Pettis, is a critically acclaimed songwriter and performer who penned the Garth Brooks hit "You Move Me." Grace's brothers, Rayvon and George, are also songwriters and musicians.

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Grace Pettis, from Lookout Mountain, Alabama, has songwriting in her blood. The daughter of a poetry scholar and a troubadour, Grace comes by her love of words honestly. Her father, Pierce Pettis, is a critically acclaimed songwriter and performer who penned the Garth Brooks hit "You Move Me." Grace's brothers, Rayvon and George, are also songwriters and musicians.

Grace was mentored by Billy Crockett, songwriter, producer and owner of Blue Rock Studio, in her formative songwriting years. Billy ended up producing both Grace’s debut, self-titled release in 2009, while Grace was still in college, and her latest release, "Two Birds," in 2012.

Both albums have been met with critical acclaim, including a 5 star review in Maverick Magazine that said, “If you buy one album this year, Two Birds is absolutely it.” To make her second album, Grace raised over $32,000 on Kickstarter from loyal fans.

In her short career, Grace has already racked up a number of songwriting awards, from NPR’s Mountain Stage and Kerrville Folk Festival, among others. She’s has also played official showcases at the International Folk Alliance Conference.

In the last few years, Grace has toured nationally, averaging 100 + shows a year, and written feverishly, averaging about a song a week. She’s now turned her focus back to the Texas country, folk, and Americana scene, having moved back to her favorite city, Austin, Texas this year.

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