Alana Springsteen has signed an artist development and publishing deal with Warehouse West Entertainment.
The Virginia Beach native first began playing guitar at age 7, and by 9 was performing the National Anthem for the Chicago Cubs at historic Wrigley Field. Soon after she was writing songs in Nashville with Kristian Bush of Sugarland. In 2018, her talent caught the attention of Nashville producer Luke Wooten, who signed her to his artist development/publishing company, Warehouse West Entertainment.
“Alana has a voice that instantly draws you in, a captivating beautiful instrument. Combined with her relatable and modern take on country, hers is a voice that will draw a new generation of listeners,” says Wooten.
Wooten and Springsteen are currently in the studio recording her debut project, set for release later this Spring.
“I am so excited about signing with Warehouse West and working in the studio with Luke! I’m finally releasing my first EP this spring and I couldn’t have asked for a better team to do it with,” said Springsteen.
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