Confident and often downright virtuosic, Dallas native Season Ammons cut her teeth on the Texas Opry circuit as a teenager before moving to Nashville to focus on songwriting. A warm reflection of the MoTown, Classic Rock and Blues vocalists she grew up loving, Ammons’ voice demanded attention. She was a regional finalist on talent-scouting machine Nashville Star and released a solo debut in 2011, a standout that garnered a Texas Music Awards nod, before moving to the Fort Walton Beach area in Florida the following year. Ammons’ second solo record turned heads and clinched nominations throughout Texas and Florida.
Gig after gig, album after album, Ammons became well known and beloved on Florida's Emerald Coast as a solid guitarist, magnetic performer, and gifted writer and in 2016 she won Best Country Artist, Best Female Vocalist and Best Singer/Songwriter at the Annual Emerald Coast BMA Awards. After touring the South East Region for several years, there was a strong desire and longing to shift back to her Texas roots. Finally, Ammons has firmly planted herself back in the Lone Star State, aimed now on songwriting, recording two new albums and touring the Texas Hill Country where she now calls home. “Jim Beam & Nicotine” is Ammons latest single produced by Grammy Award-Winning producer Dave Percefull. The song is currently charting Top 100 on Texas Country Radio and will appear on her forthcoming album “Neon Side of Town” due out January 18th 2019.