Newcomer Karley Scott Collins has signed with Sony Music Nashville. Her debut single, “Heavenly,” is set for release Feb. 4.
The singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist moved from her hometown of Lake City, Florida, to Nashville three years ago, armed with lyrics and melodies a decade in the making. A multifaceted artist, Collins grew up listening to metal bands like Guns N’ Roses and Alice in Chains with her dad, idolizing Bob Dylan, and absorbing herself in novels by Cormac McCarthy. Her influences run the gamut from The Eagles and Stevie Nicks, to Leonard Cohen and Willie Nelson.
“I am so thrilled and excited to join the Sony Music Nashville Family,” shares the Warner Chappell Music writer. “From the second I met Randy [Goodman] and the entire team at Sony, they’ve supported me and my vision for my songs wholeheartedly. I couldn’t be more grateful for this new adventure with them or ask for a better team.”