Nashville recording artist Grace Maher is a rising star in modern country music. Grace grew up in Kansas singing in church with her family. She honed a voice of versatility that is both reminiscent of old school country and modern country rock. Grace made the move to Nashville in August of 2015 to pursue music full time. Before the move Grace was an artist in the Kansas City area with a band called Grace Maher & the Wayward Sons. While in KC Grace had the honor of doing numerous radio performances and interviews, releasing an EP and was featured in a cover story about her musical journey in Ink magazine. A highlight during this period included shooting a music video in Malaysia for the song “Leave It All Behind”.
Since the move to Nashville Grace has had the opportunity to collaborated with members of Loretta Lynn, Ray Price, Blake Shelton, Tanya Tucker, Tyler Farr, Chase Rice, and Trick Pony's bands. Grace has been busy in the recording studio as well, doing sessions for other artists and singing her own songs showcasing her songwriting talent. Grace put out two singles last year, “Craving Your Sin” and "This Could Be Heaven". Grace is currently working on a new EP. Grace’s stage performance is high energy and is best described as genuine. A characteristic that is even more evident when you meet her in person.
“Each day I'm able to make music for a living is monumental to me. I would like to thank my partners at Bandtwango, my band members, my first music partners who taught me so much, Kirk "Skinny" Webb, Lisa Lamb, Doug Rieman, Josh Connor, J.B. King, Chris Millspaugh, Jay Miller, Reese & Irma McCune, Glen Hockemeier, Andy Tan, my parents, siblings, extended family, and each and every friend and fan that has attended shows, bought and shared my music, and shown their support in so many ways. I will forever be grateful to each of you. I don't know how I could have done this without your support, teamwork, and encouragement. Lastly, I thank the love of my life, Jesus Christ, for showing me who I am and bringing the adventure of music into my life. ”
— Grace Maher