Trousdale is a powerful female band consisting of Quinn D’Andrea, Georgia Greene, and Lauren Jones. Their melodic and heartfelt harmonies are often compared to The Chicks and The Staves, but the girls draw inspiration from a wide array of music, including Crosby Stills and Nash, Kacey Musgraves and HAIM. Driven by their passion to empower young women, Trousdale is committed to making quality music that spreads a message of self-acceptance and love.
Independent country vocal powerhouse, Abbey Cone, is known for her emotionally resonant songwriting that connects with the next generation of listeners (and beyond). With an induction into CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2020 and named one of Pandora’s 10 Country Artists To Watch in 2022, she has already made her mark, co-writing with some of Nashville’s best-known songwriters. Abbey recently made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry, performed on main stages at Stagecoach and CMA Fest, and has toured with Brittney Spencer, Kassi Ashton, LeAnn Rimes, Abby Anderson, and the CMT Next Women Of Country Tour with Maddie & Tae. Abbey’s recent releases include songs featured by Spotify’s Hot Country (“If You Were A Song”) and Sirius XM’s The Highway (“Talk of the Town”), and she’s currently working on a full-length debut album expected next year.