Byrdie Wilson is a breakout country artist who has just released her brand-new single “Where My Roots Run”!
The beauty behind country music is the storytelling behind the lyrics. It’s an art that has to be perfected. “Where My Roots Run” tells the perfect story of the Byrdie’s life. She is opening up to her listeners by sharing her story in the most creative way possible. “Where My Roots Run” is a classic country bop that will live in your head rent free.
On the track, Byrdie Wilson explains;
“This song echoes the legacy of my family, reminding me of the importance of honoring our past. It’s a testament to the strength and resilience that comes from embracing where we come from, regardless of the circumstances. Although I have northern roots, most of my experiences took place in the south when my family moved to South Carolina after the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Through this melody, I celebrate the growth and transformation that has shaped me, acknowledging that our roots, no matter how challenging, have the power to inspire and define our journey.”
At the beginning of December, the singer will be heading out on the road to embark on her “Where My Roots Run” mini hometown tour. She will be making a special stop at Coffee Underground in Greenville, SC, in honour of her late boyfriend, whom Byrdie tragically lost to suicide. Proceeds from the show will go towards the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention South Carolina (AFSPSC) in honour of his memory. Tickets are donation-based ($10-$100) and can be purchased HERE. Full tour dates can be found below;
“Where My Roots Run” Tour Dates:
12/14 – Sweet Sippin’- Simpsonville, SC
12/15 – Bullwinkles Tavern – Simpsonville, SC
12/16 – Warehouse at Vaughn’s – Simpsonville, SC
12/18 – Warehouse at Midtown – Greenville, SC
12/19 – Coffee Underground – Greenville, SC
12/21 – 1885 Taproom – Simpsonville, SC
Byrdie will also be spreading awareness on mental health as she heads to Mauldin High School to discuss her experiences on the topic. She explains;
“It is often a challenge coming home because it brings back so many memories. I’d love to turn my visit into a positive.”
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