Renee Blair is a Missouri native turned Nashville “It Girl” who earned her accolades through tenacity and emotional honesty. Dubbed “An audacious……. rising country talent” by American Songwriter, Blair’s journey to celebrated country artist and taste-maker radio host was a rigorous test of endurance. In her early career, Blair suffered back-to-back catastrophic injuries that resulted in her jaw being wired shut, unable to sing, and her arm paralyzed, unable to play guitar. She fought through her recovery, and exploded back onto the Nashville scene landing a record deal with legendary star finder, LA Reid, and publishing/production deal with one of Nashville’s biggest hit makers, Shane McAnally. CMT then listed her as one of their “Next Women of Country 2020” and referred to her as “the country Katy Perry” when she released her tune, “Heatin’ Up My Summer”. She has amassed over 30 million streams worldwide, hosts her own morning show on YoCo Nashville 96.7FM, and has opened up for the likes of Willie Nelson, Mitchell Tenpenny and Walker Hayes on tour.