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THE B-SIDE
Mickey Guyton (Capitol Nashville)
4/22/19

WHAT IT IS: In following the path left by her father’s job, Arlington-born Guyton found herself moving all around Texas as a child, but music managed to remain a constant in her nomadic life. She began singing in church and was drawn to a variety of big-voiced artists, including Dolly Parton, Cece Winans, Whitney Houston and LeAnn Rimes. After signing to Capitol Records Nashville, an all-star concert at the White House served as her first official appearance. In 2015, she released her self-titled EP and, in 2016, she was nominated for her first ACM Award for New Female Vocalist. At this year’s ACM Awards, Guyton performed “I’m Standing with You,” from the Breakthrough movie soundtrack, with Chrissy Metz, Carrie Underwood, Lauren Alaina and Maddie & Tae; her song “Hold On,” which she co-wrote with Karen Kosowski, and Victoria Banks, is also featured in that movie and its soundtrack.
ALBUM: Breakthrough movie soundtrack
RELEASE DATE: 4/5
TV: 54th Annual ACM Awards; featured by CBS This Morning’s Gayle King twice; has performed on ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today Show; other looks include ABC’s The Talk and PBS’ In Performance at the White House
INTERNET: 60m RTD streams globally; 34.1m Pandora U.S. streams
PRESS: NPR, N.Y. Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly (one of the “new queens of country music”), People (American Voices feature), Billboard (one of country music’s “female game changers”), Rolling Stone
BOOKING: Darin Murphy/CAA
MANAGEMENT: Steve Moir
, Gary Borman/Borman Entertainment