(Fairhope, Ala. – October 7, 2015) At only 14 years old, rising country star Summerlyn Powers is showing the world that even the smallest among us can make a difference. Teaming up with Guitars Not Guns, Powers is using her music to make a difference.
On October 5, Summerlyn and Ashlyn will be competing in the Gulf Coast Songwriter Shootout. This is a 6 week contest with 10 writers per night, 1 night a week, and 3 winners per night. The votes come from 1) crowd vote 2) artist vote 3) pro writer vote.
Guitars Not Guns has featured Summerlyn on their website as “A Star On The Rise”. Summerlyn recently learned about music program, and after assisting Reggie Pulliam (the Foley, AL, chapter president) in one of his classes, Summerlyn hopes to help launch a new chapter of Guitars not Guns in her hometown of Fairhope.
Come on out and see Summerlyn and Ashlyn perform live at the Gulf Bowl in Foley, AL on August 8th from 7-9pm.
Launching today through December 12th, Summerlyn powers is holding a “virtual can drive” right on her Facebook page. Click to find out how you can get involved!
Now through December 25th, when you order Summerlyn’s EP “Dixie Dust” here on the website, you’ll receive a 2nd copy FREE to give as a holiday gift.
One Stop Country called Summerlyn an “Artist To Watch” in their review of Dixie Dust. Read what else the blog had to say!
The music video for Summerlyn’s single “Rise And Shine” has been released this morning on CMT.com.
Country music blog Home Sweet Country Music has named Summerlyn their Artist Of The Week for the week of September 29th.
Summerlyn will be performing at the weekend celebration for the grand opening of the Daphne, AL McDonalds on September 26th and 27th.