Savannah Berry came into the national spotlight as a member of Blake Shelton’s team on the fourth season of The Voice. But the catalyst to that was her YouTube channel, SavannahSings, which she started when she was in the sixth grade. By 2011, with millions of views, Savannah had become a bona fide “YouTube Star” and was discovered by the Academy of Country Music and Dick Clark Productions who invited her to perform a “video duet” with country music superstars, Sugarland. The video was released a few weeks later as a promo spot for the ACM Awards telecast. In 2012, Savannah released her self-titled EP of original songs including “Cold October,” which won Honorable Mention in the International Song Competition (ISC).
In 2013, shortly after her run on The Voice, Savannah was reunited with Sugarland’s Kristian Bush who produced her original Christmas song, “Silent Night Without You.” The song earned a “Grade: A” from Country Weekly stating, “Savannah Berry has written and recorded an original Christmas song that transcends the holidays…dazzling…a vocal performance so driven by longing that you can only surmise that whoever’s not coming home isn’t merely delayed.” In 2014, Savannah co-wrote “I Should’ve Known” with Kristian Bush, and with that song she won the Durango Sole Performer contest. During the summer of 2015, you’ll find Savannah on the road at CMA Fest in Nashville and on the the “Texas on Tour” line-up with performances in Nashville, Charlotte, Bethlehem, PA, and Chicago, IL.