Hailing from the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, Ella Folk is a true country girl at heart with a passion for music that has been burning since the age of 14. Her musical journey has been deeply influenced by legends like Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, George Strait, Brooks & Dunn, John Denver, and Hank Williams, Jr. These icons have left an indelible mark on her music, shaping her unique blend of heartfelt storytelling and raw, Western outlaw spirit.
Ella Folk's mission is to provide the soundtrack for those moments in life when words fall short. Her songs are more than just melodies; they are a refuge for those seeking to express their own stories and feelings through the power of music.
With a growing list of accomplishments, Ella has graced stages that range from the intimate to the grand. She's played at the prestigious Gatlinburg Songwriters Festival, sharing her original compositions that strike a chord with audiences far and wide. Ella has also had the privilege of opening for the legendary Marty Stuart, a testament to her talent and stage presence. Her appearance on the WDVX Blue Plate Special further solidified her status as a rising star in the country music scene.
You can catch Ella Folk almost every weekend, as she passionately shares her original music with audiences eager to experience her signature sound. Her last release, "That Lonesome Cowboy Rides," can be found on all major streaming services, offering a taste of her Western outlaw soul. And for those eagerly awaiting new music, Ella has an exciting release on the horizon. In November, she will unveil "The Peace of the Highway," a project that promises to showcase her raw and unapologetic Western outlaw influences.
Ella Folk's music is a journey through the heartland, a storytelling experience that captures the essence of country life, and a musical expression that resonates deeply with those who listen.
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