Newly signed Curb Records recording artist Harper Grace is a Texas native with dreams the size of her home state. The rising country star’s initial experience in the spotlight came at just 11 years old when her first public performance of the National Anthem didn’t go as planned, eliciting widespread criticism from an array of online observers and media outlets. Seven years later, the “American Idol” alum redeemed herself by returning to the same stadium and nailing a version of the patriotic song. Now residing in Nashville, Harper is set to release brand new music in 2023, including “Sparkle” on 3/17/23, and “Oh Say Can You See,” an autobiographical track she penned for her 11-year-old self, on 5/19/23.
About “Oh Say Can You See”:
On the heels of her shimmering debut song, “Sparkle,” newly signed Curb Records recording artist Harper Grace drops deeply personal track “Oh Say Can You See.” The autobiographical offering is a letter to her 11-year-old self as she endured widespread bullying after her first public performance of the National Anthem didn’t go as planned. The emotionally-charged song goes out to kids like Harper, who might not feel like they’re enough with an inspiring message for anyone needing the courage to overcome failure and face their critics head on.
“Oh Say Can You See” was written by Harper Grace, Alex Kline and Scott Stepakoff; and produced by Alex Kline and Tedd T.