Lyssa Coulter has rapidly ascended in the Country-Rock genre since 2016. Starting in 2019, she made her mark with the debut of “By My Side” on iHeartRadio’s 101.7 The Bull, followed by appearances on Cumulus and Beasley Media Group stations. Named “New Act of the Year” in New England, Coulter moved to Nashville in pursuit of broader musical horizons.
In 2019, her “Maybe Tonight” tour featured openings for major acts like Big & Rich and Rascal Flatts. The tour included notable festivals such as Taste of Country Music Festival, Country Jam Colorado, and Headwaters Country Jam.
The 2020 pandemic prompted Coulter to take a hiatus, refraining from new releases for a year and a half. Her return with “Alone With U” marked a triumphant comeback, securing a spot on the U.S. and U.K. iTunes charts. In 2022, she ventured into a new musical direction with “See Me Now,” her first country/rock single, embracing an edgier sound.
Currently, Coulter and her band are touring to promote her latest country-rock single, “CHAOS.” Notably, she also released an indie artist-funded short film accompanying her double single, “Playhouse” and “Bed We Made.” The film explores the story of a woman trapped in what she thought was an ideal relationship, titled “Playhouse: The Short Film,” and is available for viewing.
In this dynamic realm of Country-Rock, Coulter continues to make waves, solidifying her presence as a promising force with a diverse and evolving musical journey.