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Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Nicole Witt announces 'Hometown & Around' tour stop at Branson's Sun Theatre

Nicole Witt, a Grammy and IBMA award-winning singer-songwriter from Nashville, is making a stop at the Sun Theatre in Branson for part of her "Hometown & Around" tour on June 29, 2024. The tour will feature singer-songwriters Cheyenne Medders, Natalie Witt and local Sundi Jo Graham as special guests.



Nicole Witt, a nationally touring, award-winning songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, is a testament to the power of pursuing one's passion. Raised in Springfield, she honed her musical skills playing in the orchestra and singing in the Glendale choir and show choir. After graduating from University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in music, she embarked on a journey to Nashville, the heart of the music industry. Her talent and dedication led her to the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), where she now mentors and helps new songwriters in the area.


Nicole recently released her first EP, "Clear," and celebrated with a sold-out release show in Nashville. Her third single, "Bourbon," and the official video, was featured on the Country Network and CMT, reaching the No. 3 spot on CMT's 12 Pack Countdown. The fifth single, "Kiss" (ft. John Paul White), also reached the No. 3 spot on CMT's 12 Pack Countdown. Nicole just released her latest single, "If It Ain't With You," on Feb 16, with a world debut of her official video live on CMT.com.

She has written songs for artists such as George Strait, Lee Brice, Rodney Atkins, Aaron Goodvin, Meghan Patrick, Terri Clark, Lauren Alaina, Balsam Range, Mandisa, Ellie Holcomb and many more. In 2011, Witt received the international Bluegrass Song of the Year Award for Balsam Range's "Trains I Missed." In 2014, she was nominated for a Dove/GMA award for Country Song of the Year. Her song "Brothers of the Highway," cut by George Strait, was on his CMA and Grammy-winning Album of the Year, "Troubadour." She has moved into TV and film writing with song credits on shows like "Reign," "American Idol," and the short film score called "Black Mountain." Witt is a co-writer on "You Ain't" by Canadian Country stars Aaron Goodvin ft. (Meghan Patrick), which got to No. 18 on the Canadian Country charts in 2023.


Nicole has spent the last ten years writing and touring while building a grassroots small business as an artist, songwriter and mentor. She is the founding member of the superstar act Six One Five Collective. Their song "Kindness" was featured on American Idol in 2023. They just released their first single of the year, "Brothers of the Highway," which is building steam nationwide. The official video just debuted on CMT.com. In the past three years, she has played over 200 dates, performing worldwide and opening for Kenny Chesney, Old Dominion, Trace Adkins, Billy Currington, Bacon Bros. and many more.

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