Get to Know Dallas Remington, WSM Radio’s Artist Spotlight
Dallas Remington is a no-nonsense country recording artist and songwriter who knows who she is and what she wants. The Kentucky-born, fifth-generation farming family member who started performing in Nashville at age 11 and moved to Nashville at the age of 15, thrives with a passion for life, her music, and her faith. Dallas’ vocal talents are marked by her striking lyrics and textured phrasing; her fiery verve and vigor come to life in every performance–intimate or live. Her passion for playing the guitar and performing began at an early age, around nine years old, however, she regularly plays a variety of instruments with guitar and bass as her primary focus. “Singing will always be a part of me. Whether I’m singing at church, on the street, on a flatbed trailer, or somewhere in Nashville, I love every minute.” she quips.
A Dallas Remington performance includes a variety of songs, from her originals like “Found Her Freedom” (charted top 60 on MusicRow Breakout Chart), and “Never Turned Around”(charting #37 on the MusicRow Breakout Chart), “Boy In A Band ” which climbed to #41 on the MusicRow Breakout Chart, “Huntin Season” which topped out at #32 on Music Row Country Breakout Chart & #9 on CDX True Indie Chart as well as a few covers of new country artists such as Miranda Lambert and Maren Morris. “Uncommon Man” is currently released to radio and dedicated to her father as well as all of the essential workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Dallas also loves to perform traditional country songs from artists such as Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton, as well as southern gospel and classic Rock.
Dallas Remington’s talents have been recognized by the music industry by the Volunteer State Country Bluegrass Gospel Music Association who presented Dallas awards for Entertainer of the Year, Instrumentalist of the Year, Traditional Country Female Vocalist of the Year, New Country Co-Songwriter of the Year for “Found Her Freedom” and “Never Turned Around” (2016), Traditional Country Co-Songwriter of the Year for “Here’s Your Trailer Key” (2017) and Traditional Country Songwriter of The Year for “I’m Country”(2016) and Female Instrumentalist of Year 2018 ages 18-21.