Karla Davis is a soulful singer/songwriter from Monroe, North Carolina. Driven by the church, it was the choir that invoked her musical spirit. Music found Karla just as quickly as her fingers found their home on the fret board of her first guitar just over five years ago.
Karla took a leap of faith in the fall of 2009 when she decided to move to Nashville, TN. In January 2010 Karla was named the national winner of the Colgate Country Showdown and was given the title Best New Act in Country Music. After starting her own independent record label and recording her first two albums, Karla found herself on Season 2 of NBC’s The Voice in 2012 where she made it to the top 16 on Team Adam.
Following her success on The Voice, Karla began working with industry veterans Gordon Kennedy and Jeff Balding with whom she released her single “I Can’t Sleep Tonight” in February of 2015. Karla is currently writing and in the studio working on her upcoming EP with Mapletop Entertainment.
Growing up in the foothills of North Carolina, Lacy Green began performing professionally at age 13. For the next decade she sharpened her songwriting and performing chops before making her home in Nashville.
She has since signed a publishing deal, conquered a cross-country radio tour, recorded three albums, and had over 30 of her songs recorded by artists in country, pop, christian, americana and bluegrass. She’s written songs for film and tv and has been featured by Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country & YouTube Nashville. Averaging over 100 performances a year, she has performed on some of Nashville’s biggest stages, including CMA Fest, The Bluebird Cafe and Music City Roots.
In addition to her solo artistry, Lacy is also one third of roots-rock trio, The Wonderful Nobodies. Their first two singles are out now and their debut album A/B releases early next year.