Alexandria Corn at The Row Kitchen and Pub
The Row Nashville
Sat, Nov 10 4:00 pm
Alexandria Corn is a 25-year-old Country Pop singer/songwriter. Born and raised in Upstate New York, Corn always had a passion for performing which determined her move to Los Angeles after auditioning for the hit TV show American Idol. Corn made it all the way through the televised round before ending her journey at 17 years old. Shortly after, Corn traveled to Nashville to attend the CMA awards. There she met writer/publisher Jillian Farrar, where they wrote Corns first single “Say It Again” together. “Say It Again” was held on the top 40 Country charts on The Iceman Show (CMA affiliated) for 4 weeks, and was featured on VEVO Country. More recently, Corn started working with Curt Chambers (Grammy nominated Producer and Songwriter), and together they created Corns latest single “Beach Town Sunrise.” Her song caught the attention of many festival bookers all around the US. The summer of 2017, Corn opened for Jake Owen in Huntington Beach (Coastal Country Jam), Chris Janson in New York (Big Frog 104 Frog Fest), Stagecoach VIP Party with Boots on Stage (featured in iHeart.com, Style And Society, Bazaar) and has shared the stage at Country Fest in Wisconsin with Blake Shelton, Thomas Rhett, Dan and Shay, Cam, Lucie Silvas and more. She has also opened up California’s Country festival “Shipkicker” for Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, The Swon Brothers and Honey County. More recently, she opened for Toby Keith, Frankie Ballard and Granger Smith at Country Jam in Huntington Beach, CA. Corn has performed at venues all around Northern/ Southern California and Nashville. She has performed at many “Boots On Stage” events and was recently entered into the Nash Next 2017 Country Competition, taking place as a finalist for the Ventura County with KHAY fm. Corn was up for three nominations for The California Country Music Awards that took place December 16th (Entertainer of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, and Best Song of the Year.) Now writing and recording her first EP, Alexandria will be moving to Nashville in the fall of 2018.