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Singer-songwriter of the Year:

Becca Smith 

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"The Murder Ballad of Francie Lou" by Becca Smith
"Two Star Motel" by Admiral Radio
"Drinking and Thinking" by Admiral Radio
"I-26" LIVE and STRIPPED on Live 5 News

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Check out Becca's latest project, Admiral Radio, for a full list of performances.

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Who is Becca Smith?

Becca Smith was born and raised in South Carolina and has been singing since her days in the crib. At just 8 years old, she penned her first original song. Not long after, she picked up the guitar as a pre-teen and began playing big shows on school nights, opening for acts like Sequoyah Prep School, All Get Out, and Mel Washington.  

Smith took a break during her college years, where she graduated Cum Laude from the College of Charleston, gaining two Bachelor's degrees in German and Arts Management. It was only after school that Smith really buckled down to give music a chance.

Her genuine spirit and tenacity are a breath of fresh air for the South Carolina music scene.  From poppy, upbeat melodies to lyrics with real substance, Smith believes in the meaning of her music. With a country twang ever-present in her voice, Smith is as charming as she is authentic.  

Smith released her debut album, I-26, in late July of 2018. Recorded with James Frolio and mastered by Jeremy Lubsey of Truphonic Studios, the album was independently produced and has since received critical acclaim from SC music outlets. Musical heroes like Cary Ann Hearst, James Taylor, and Sheryl Crow can be heard as influences throughout Smith's recording debut, but her originality, classic style, and power-house voice are enough to keep us wrapped around her finger.

It's her humble nature, gumption, and raw talent that set Smith apart from the rest. Since her debut, Becca is quickly making a name for herself within the southeastern music circuit and has since been voted Charleston City Paper's 'Singer/Songwriter of the Year'.

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Photoshoot with 9 to 5 Magazine
At The Charleston Music Hall
The Charleston Gaillard Center
Lowcountry Live with James Frolio
Open Fields
Busking on King Street, Charleston
Eclectic Cafe
Performing with Coty Hoover
Interview with FOX 24
The Old Redux
Azalea Bushes with Coty Hoover
Front Porch
Chapel Street Fountain Park
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