Hope Cassity and Adam Stewart July 1



A native of Monroeville,hope 2hope
Alabama the town that sparked “To Kill A Mockingbird” Pulitzer prizewinner Harper Lee’s creative writing Hope Cassity learned the art ofsouthern storytelling early on and found melody soon after. She is a Grammy deserving songstress whose thoughtful lyrics come from deep within her heart of gold.After close to 200 shows last year, Cassity was selected out of thousands of artists across the
southeast to be featured on the cover nationwide publication Regional Musician Magazine under the header “Burning up the RoadMiles”.Her drive and hard work is definitely paying off. This year the
popular indie duo Penny Rae (most often compared to Civil Wars) released a song Hope wrote titled “Closure” as the featured single fromtheir newest record. The video iscurrently airing alongside the likes of Jason Aldean and Lady Antebellum hit videos on 40+ tv networks nationwide.
The two time Dallas Best Female Vocalist had her emotional ballad about her grandmother’s battle with cancer titled “50 Years” featured in the International “Stand UP to Cancer” Campaign that has
support from A-list celebrities. Additionally, “Sweet Southern Sun” featured Grammy Award winning
fiddle player Glen Duncan and was chosen in the Top 25 for thNashville Music CIty Songwriter competition.Cassity was amidst the to10 finalists in a nationwidesongwriter search “Songwriter
Serenade among many other notables such as several sold oushows last year in Georgia and anincreasing number of supportinspots for major artists.
Currently, Hope’s latestsingle release “Partly You” thatfeatures Jason Wyatt (The LostTrailers) has been playing in radiorotation across the nation andcreating a buzz that is steadily
getting louder as it surrounds thisartist/ songwriter.


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