Interview with Sykamore at Boots & Hearts + New Album “Pinto”
Interview with country singer/songwriter Sykamore right before her performance at Boots & Hearts 2022, Canada’s largest camping country music festival. Sykamore talks about Boots & Hearts, her new song Just 4 July and new album Pinto, gives some advice for up and coming artists and more, click above to check it out!
Recorded in Nashville with producer Michael Knox (Jason Aldean, Kelly Clarkson), Sykamore’s new album Pinto marks more than just a chapter for her. It represents both a beginning and an end, the culmination of a remarkable journey and the start of an even more promising one. Born in a small town outside of Calgary, AB, Sykamore grew up on a cattle ranch surrounded by country music which laid the groundwork for her to start writing her own songs. Soon enough, her songwriting would start to garner attention in Canada, leading her to win the ATB All-Albertan Song Contest in 2014, and be nominated for the CCMA Discovery Award the following year. To date, Sykamore has garnered more than 10 million on-demand streams.
She continued to gain success after being featured on national television and sharing bills with the likes of Miranda Lambert and Josh Ritter, but her biggest break came online when songwriting heavyweight Rhett Akins came across her music on Twitter. He invited her to join the roster of Home Team Publishing, which Akins founded along with his son and country star Thomas Rhett and Roc Nation/Warner Chappell. Sykamore relocated to Nashville in 2018 and released her first EP, Self + Medicine, which was streamed over a 1 million times and helped land her both a record deal and a spot in CMT’s coveted “Next Women of Country” class for 2020.
To listen to her new album Pinto visit sykamoremusic.com
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