Newcomer Nora Collins recently performed material from her latest EP during a visit to the MusicRow offices.
In 2016, Collins signed with management company MV2 Entertainment, founded by Clay Myers and Tony Harrell, though she began working informally with Myers approximately one year before the signing.
“Clay started setting me up with people to write with and a year later, I got a formal signing offer. I signed last March and moved to Nashville last April. So I’ve been here for a year,” Collins said.
Collins began writing songs at age 14, and soon after was playing shows around her home state of Wisconsin. For the past five years, Collins has played over 200 shows each year.
After releasing several home-spun music collections, Collins released her first EP for MV2 in 2016, and co-wrote four of the EP’s five tracks. During her visit to MusicRow, she performed songs, including “Lights On A Highway,” which she co-wrote with Bart Butler and Larry McCoy.
Collins is beginning work on a new EP and will perform at the Key West Songwriters Festival in May.
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