Bio

A country singer songwriter from Allendale, MI, Montana Modderman started writing songs when she was 11 years old and started playing guitar at the age of 13. Years later she moved to Nashville to pursue her dreams of becoming a songwriter.

 

Montana has taken the stage at the Florida Strawberry Festival, Key Largo Songwriters Festival and many other venues in Nashville. Her infectious melodies and sincere lyrics capture the attention of the listener. Her song “When Love Hits You” has received Honorable Mention from the American Songwriter Magazine and her song “Knock Off” was recognized by American Songwriter Awards.

 

Montana’s debut single “Didn’t Mean To” garnished the attention of Women of Country, Belles and Gals, and Bring and Country 2 UK. The song was quickly added to Women of Country’s Top Ten Tuesday Playlist and Belles and Gals Ultimate Playlist on Spotify following the release. In less than a year the song has received over a quarter of a million streams on Spotify. Modderman recently released her three song EP, “For The Record” which was listed as one of Ten Best Albums of 2019 so far by Women of Country.  This is just the start for Modderman who has her heart set on a long career in music.