Country Recording Artist Performed at Nashville’s Famed Wildhorse Saloon

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 21, 2015) – Country newcomer Macy Martin took the stage at Nashville’s famous Wildhorse Saloon on Sunday, August 30 as part of Renegade Radio Nashville’s “Country Stars of Tomorrow” series.

“Country Stars of Tomorrow” also featured performances by The Cains, The Band Dakota, Zac Matthews Band, and Brother Trouble.

“I’m proud to be one of the artists performing in a group with such talent for this event,” said Martin. “I appreciate any opportunity to perform, but to do so at the Wildhorse with artists I respect and admire – all under the Renegade Radio Nashville name – is exciting.”

Martin’s new single, “Baby What Ya Doing”, shipped to radio August 3 and will begin going for adds September 7. It’s the second single release off her latest album, “Find My Melody” – the first, “Back to Reality”, hit #57 on the MusicRow Country Breakout chart and the video for the single aired on Great American Country (GAC), ZUUS Country, and several other regional networks nationwide.

“Country Stars of Tomorrow” is open to the public and will be broadcast live by Renegade Radio Nashville. To learn more, visit or

About Macy Martin:

With grace and elegance, spunk and determination, country recording artist Macy Martin’s Texas upbringing has certainly influenced her sound – especially where it pertains to her voice. Her pure, angelic tone and perfectly controlled vibrato pairs with an energy and power sure to turn heads and hearts. With a flexibility and unparalleled ability to transcend genres, she’s ready to take on Music Row. After years performing at venues, fairs, festivals and events (Miss Texas Organization, Ronald McDonald House, Texas Children’s Hospital, Special Olympics) local to her College Station, Texas home, Martin caught the attention of producer Kent Wells (Dolly Parton) of Kent Wells Productions. In 2014, she released her first self-titled EP, as well as first single You With Me, which made it to #54 on the Music Row Country Breakout chart. Despite a schedule that has her traveling the country to promote her music, Martin remains true to what drives her as an artist – her faith and giving back to others. Founded when she was just nine, she works regularly with her non-profit, Macy’s Toy Box, which collects new and gently used toys for underprivileged children. To learn more about Macy Martin, visit