Americana singer-songwriter Shantell Ogden has shared the video for her new single ‘The Road That Drives Me’, the title track from her latest album, released in September 2016. Check out the video here via Youtube:


East Nashville-based singer/songwriter Shantell Ogden has a gift for crafting songs with real conviction and emotion. Songs that have to date received airplay on hundreds of country and Americana radio stations internationally, and gained impressive chart positions both in the US and Europe, including a #2 slot behind Chris Stapleton for her single ‘Blossom in the Dust’, a track described by one critic as having ”all the potential to be an Americana hit”. Her songs have also appeared onscreen in shows such as the US hit television series ‘Hart of Dixie’ and in several feature films.

Born in Utah, Ogden brings the work ethic she learned growing up on a farm to her life as an independent performing solo artist. Having toured nationally and across the pond in the UK & Ireland, her music has been praised by notable media including Performer Magazine, No Depression, and Maverick Magazine, who highlighted latest release ‘The Road That Drives Me’ as “a compelling Americana album” (4*).

Since the release of her fifth album in 2016, Shantell has enjoyed extensive media appearances including Coffee, Country & Cody on Nashville’s WSM – the home of the Grand Ole Opry – and Good Day Utah (Fox), and appeared at high profile festivals including AmericanaFest and Tin Pan South. Recognised for her work with awards including Songwriter of the Year and Americana Song of the Year in the 2015 International Music and Entertainment Association (IMEA) Awards, and Americana Album of the Year for ‘Better at Goodbye’ in the 2014 IMEA Awards, Shantell Ogden is truly an artist on the rise.


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