Meet Stacey Kelleher from Ossipee, New Hampshire and Nashville
When you grow up in a home filled with all kinds of music, from pop to country, jazz to classic rock, and singer/songwriter influences, only good things can happen. And this good this is named Stacey Kelleher. Her unique sound ecompasses so many textures, vibes, influences and genres. I hear subtle hints of Kacey Musgraves, Kay Hanley from (Boston’s)Letters to Cleo, Dua Lipa and Ingrid Andress.
This gifted performer grew up in the small resort town of Ossipee, New Hampshire. That is where she discovered her talent, and pursue her passion, learning piano, and guitar and taking voice lessons. After high school it was on to Berklee College of Music and then the move to Nashville, where the 22 year old currently resides.
There have been prestigious honors, recognition, and accolades along the way, not to mention plenty of on stage time, at venues across the country. Stacey has even played the mother church of country music, the pinnacle of performance venues, Nashville’s beloved Ryman Auditorium. Ossippee was the launching pad, now the sky’s the limit for this impressive young artist.