Lyssa Coulter is an up-and-coming name in the Country-Rock scene. Coulter has had things on her side since her start in 2016. Only a few months after making her hobby a career, Coulter’s first release, “By My Side” premiered on iHeartRadio’s 101.7 The Bull followed by multiple radio appearances/segments by Cumulus and Beasley Media Group stations.
After being named “New Act of the Year” in her home region of New England, Coulter quickly grew to discover that there was much more out there to explore in the music industry and made her move to Nashville in 2019. Following the move, her dedication to the music business and personal artistry pushed her to open for acts such as Big & Rich, Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts, and many more on her 2019 “Maybe Tonight” tour. The tour included Taste of Country Music Festival, Country Jam Colorado and Headwaters Country Jam.
During the 2020 pandemic, Coulter took the time to self-reflect and grow. She chose to refrain from releasing new music for a year and a half and eventually dropped her single “Alone With U” which made its iTunes Chart debut on the U.S. and U.K. charts. “Alone With U” made its music video debut in March of 2021.
In 2022 Coulter released her first country/rock single, “See Me Now” and is embracing the edge moving forward in her music. She continues to travel the country with her band to promote her new country-rock single "CHAOS".
Coulter's most recent project consists of an indie artist funded short film to follow her double single "Playhouse" and "Bed We Made". The film follows the story of a woman who has been trapped in a relationship that she had thought was everything she wanted. "Playhouse: The Short Film" is available now!
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