Olivia Harms, daughter of country/western singer and songwriter Joni Harms, has been playing music as long as she can remember. Growing up on tour with her mom, learning and loving the music industry. Olivia has since developed her own brand of music. A modern blend of traditional country, folk, and Bakersfield. With influences varying from the likes of Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, Emmylou Harris, and Don Williams to Kacey Musgraves, Lee Ann Womack, Ashley Monroe, and Cody Johnson. Blazing her own trail in a world where steel guitars and twin fiddles can sometimes be too country for country radio.
Olivia spends a third of her year writing and recording in Nashville, TN; and spends the rest of the year touring and playing music. She has been a “Nashville commuter” for the past three years working on material for her sophomore album expected to be released later in 2020.
Her long-anticipated second album will be quite different from her first album which was recorded in 2011 at the age of 16. She hopes that listeners will be able to tell a difference in her songwriting and style when comparing the two.
Olivia feels very lucky to be able to share her passion with the world. Songwriting is such a vulnerable and personal thing, which makes it so rewarding when someone connects with her music. Real feelings and experiences make life such an adventure, so it is important to Olivia that she makes her music just as sincere and genuine.