Savannah Swatland


At the age of 14, a small-town farm girl entered a national vocal competition in Sevierville, Tennessee on a whim. She won. Savannah Swatland was the 2016 "Mountain Soul Vocal Competition" winner.
Savannah grew up on a farm in South Wales, New York. She had no musical background other than listening to classic country music and attending concerts of legendary artists such as George Jones, Dolly Parton, & Rhonda Vincent. All whom she had the pleasure of meeting. It wasn't long after the competition she began to teach herself to play guitar and started writing her own songs. Shortly after she met Country Music Hall of Fame songwriter Dean Dillon her songwriting seemed to blossom. She has been a member of the Knoxville Songwriters Association since 2017.

In her short career span, Savannah has been interviewed on her local radio stations WYRK, WXRL, and several times by CJ Country. She opened for Toby Keith at "Jam in the Valley," with the National Anthem. She was the opening act for renowned Banjo player Tony Trischka and "The Voice Season 6" contestant, now independent artist, Ddendyl Hoyt. She has performed with several popular local bands and at well-known venues such as the Sportsman's Tavern in Buffalo. Over the years her forte has been singing the National Anthem routinely rodeos, veteran ceremonies, leading worship at church, and community events.

After years of hard work, Savannah teamed up with Buffalo-based "The World is Yours Music Group." This resulted in a partnership with the band, "The Side Tracks" and the creation of an all-star lineup. Her album is launching this coming June.


  • Won the Mountain Soul Vocal Competition in Sevierville, Tennessee
  • Opened with the national anthem for Toby Keith at Jam In The Valley


  • Jam In the Valley with NY Rockin Revue
  • Attica Rodeo
  • Hamburg Casino
  • Seneca Allegany Casino
  • West Falls Center For The Arts
  • The Sportsmans
  • The Backlot