Bio

Savannah Philyaw is an acoustic-pop songwriter fusing honeyed words and charming melodies with her imaginative spirit. With indie-folk elements, her sound is organic and crisp. Often written by candlelight on rainy mornings, her songs evoke nostalgia, love, and a glass-half-full attitude. Savannah recently released her debut full-length album, A Whisper in the Wind. Each song is accompanied by a lyric video made by Savannah.

 

Savannah has shared the stage with artists such as CAM, Tyrone Wells, Howie Day, Kate Voegele, Tyler Hilton, and One Tree Hill's Bethany Joy Lenz. In addition to writing with Multi-Platinum songwriter, Michael Natter, she co-wrote her latest song “Somehow You Were There for Me” with Eagles songwriter, Jack Tempchin. She won Best Singer-Songwriter in the Temecula Valley Music Awards 2017 and has a collection of songs placed with Warner Brother TV Productions that has been used in TV shows such as Teen Titans Go! and Unikitty. Savannah continues to write, perform, and record songs that can inspire us to see the good side of life.