Erin Enderlin

Erin Enderlin

Erin Enderlin, a traditionalist in the spirit of Waylon Jennings and Emmylou Harris, is unapologetic about her love of roots-country music. Enderlin hails from Conway, Arkansas. Erin’s grandparents first introduced her to country music at an early age and she was drawn especially to the music of George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Nanci Griffith, Keith Whitley, Trisha Yearwood, Tim McGraw, Martina McBride and Patty Loveless.

Right out of high school Erin moved to Nashville in 2000 to pursue her passion for country music. Her gamble paid off and she soon started getting cuts as a songwriter. Erin’s songs have been recorded by the likes of Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, Lee Ann Womack, Terri Clark and Luke Bryan. Alan Jackson’s “Monday Morning Church,” written by Erin, became a Top Five hit and later won a Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) Award as one of the ten “Songs I Wish I’d Written” in 2005. Erin won the same award again in 2009 with Lee Ann Womack’s hit recording of her composition “Last Call.” Recently Enderlin co-authored “You Don’t Know Jack,” a critic’s favorite track from Luke Bryan’s latest album.

CMA award-winners Jamey Johnson and Jim “Moose” Brown recently produced Erin Enderlin’s first independent album, and she recently toured with Johnson and Willie Nelson on the 2011 Country Throwdown Tour.

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