“‘Where’s the gimmick? Is she hot, does she have a powerful voice, is she insanely weird?' The most refreshing part about Savannah is that she’s just genuinely creative and talented.” says TunedLoud Magazine. This young, acoustic-pop and folk singer-songwriter from the San Diego desert is a blend of Joni Mitchell and Jewel, with a touch of Colbie Caillat and a splash of California sunshine. Having shared the stage with some of her favorite influences such as Jason Mraz, Kate Voegele, and Howie Day, Savannah continues to perform at various venues including House of Blues San Diego, Lestat’s West, and The Music Box.
Savannah has recently completed a collection of songs for Warner Bros TV Productions and has had her songs played on Cartoon Network, KPBS, Radio Rock 92.6 The Blitz, and AVRadio. She has co-written with San Diego’s Calman Hart and Multi-Platinum songwriters Michael and Nancy Natter. She is currently attending Berklee College of Music and studying music business and songwriting. Savannah quotes, “My mission as an artist is to write somebody’s favorite song.”