“It's a style very few female country
artists are currently pursuing.”
Madeline Enna's heart beats to country music. Born and raised in Dallas, TX, she was exposed to outlaw and traditional country from a very young age. Her love for storytelling and roots in honky tonk songs are at her core, and her songwriting aims to keep the history of country music alive. Country music is not just something that Madeline loves, it’s who she is. In her career, Madeline has gotten to open for Neal McCoy, Sony recording artist Collin Raye, and Texas Country Giants Charlie Robison and Roger Creager. She spent Summer 2017 on the Girls Raised in Texas (GRITs) tour alongside some of the strongest female country acts in Texas, where she played in many historic venues all over her home state including Austin, Fort Worth, Dallas and Tyler. For the past three years she has had the honor of being a featured artist at Silver Dollar at the Ranch, a national fundraising event for pediatric cancer research. Along with her solo career, Madeline has also toured as a background vocalist and rhythm player in Adrian Johnston's band, as well as the historic Texas Legend Band. Whether she's in the spotlight or not, she jumps at any chance to bring country music to new ears. Most recently, Madeline was chosen as one of four artists to perform in the Belmont University Country Music Showcase 2018 in the Curb Event Center.
Madeline released a self-produced EP this spring, which is a compilation of 6 songs that she has written throughout her time at Belmont University. This EP is Madeline’s love letter to the people and the school that made Nashville a home for her.