With a voice as distinguishable and versatile as her name, Season Ammons is an award-winning songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, blending soulful blues with Texas roots and Americana. Ammons’ most recent project, ‘Steel Hearts,’ is her fourth and most personal album to date. For this recording, Texas-based Ammons took a special trip across the pond and recorded in the legendary Studio 2 at London’s fabled Abbey Road Studios. Sought-after producer David Percefull (Green Day, Gary Clark Jr., Meat Puppets) mixed ‘Steel Hearts’ at Abbey Road in Studio 3, and Sean Magee (Beatles, Rolling Stones, Rush, Iron Maiden) mastered the album there. Drawing predominantly from her experiences of heartbreak, forgiveness, self-acceptance and new love ‘Steel Hearts’ showcases Ammons’ unique, searing intensity and confirms that this singular artist has a lot more to say and infinite ways to say it.
Ammons’ remarkable live show has taken her all over the country and beyond. Highlights include multiple standing room only showcases at Americanafest in Nashville, TN; a featured showcase at the FMQB Triple A Conference (Boulder, CO); performances at 30A Songwriters Festival (Destin, FL), Little 5 Points Festival (Atlanta, GA), Waltstock & Barrel Festival (Fredericksburg, TX); packed house at The Bedford (London, England) and a special Future Faces showcase at the Texas Regional Radio Music Awards.
Over the years, Ammons has earned steady press coverage from national and regional media. Her musical diversity is evident with consistent appearances on various national radio charts including Billboard Triple A, Americana Albums Chart, Roots Music Report’s Top R&B Album Chart (#10) and regular Top 40 chart action on the Texas Regional Radio Report (TRRR) chart.
In addition to her musical endeavors, Ammons is proud to be a partner with Feeding Texas. Ammons is donating proceeds from her latest single, “We’ll Get By” to the organization. The track has become an anthem for the times as it brings optimism and promise in the face of adversity. *Awards: Texas Country Music Association Award of Distinction (2012); Emerald Coast BMA Awards for Best Country Artist (2015), Best Female Vocalist (2017) and Best Singer/Songwriter (2017); Texas Music Awards nominee for Best Female Vocalist (2020)