Hello, my name is Renee, and I am a native of Nashville with a music career spanning 4 decades. I am a singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, vocal/performance coach, and music career consultant. I have worked to develop many young, up and coming, talented artists, who most definitely deserve to be in the spotlight here in my hometown.
My career hi-lights include touring/sharing the stage/recording in studios/filming television shows with Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Patty Loveless, Pam Tillis, Billy Dean, Jessica Andrews and many other artists, across multiple genres.
I started this blog to reach out to artists from all over the world who plan to sing/write/play/record in Nashville with some of the very best A-team musicians/singers/engineers/producers we have to offer.
I work at many studios, including my own home ProTools studio where I send lead/backup vocals all over the world, electronically, thanks to modern technology.
Please feel free to contact me today:
We can schedule a free 15-minute consultation (via phone or Zoom) to discuss your music goals and plans for recording with the very best. I am here to answer your questions about how you can achieve stellar Nashville music productions within your budget. I am looking forward to discussing the possibilities with you. In the rare instance that I can’t help you, and I seriously doubt that, I can definitely point you in the right direction and connect you with key people who can.
I am very proud of my family’s Nashville legacy in the country music industry. We have 3 generations (on both sides) who have helped pioneer Music City USA. I will elaborate on this in the next post.
Rumor has it that my friends call me “Music City Royalty” behind my back. LOL But, I actually reserve that title for my dear friends, The Carter Family, who were the original pioneers, along with Jimmie Rogers. But, my grandfather, Big Jeff Bess is the original founder of The World Famous “Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge.” He discovered “Tootsie” (Hattie Bess) when she was a comedienne on his 16 year weekly ‘live’ radio show that was broadcast in the 40s and 50s on WLAC/WSM.
If you’d like to learn more, I highly recommend watching the Ken Burns Documentary on PBS!
Let’s talk. Looking forward to helping you.
2 thoughts on “Welcome to Renee Martin Music”
Love that you shared your journey. Saw you perform at the Station Inn Monday night with Laura and Carl and the band and had to look you up. Beautiful voice also. Best wishes and God bless you as you continue your journey.
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Hi Chuck, Oh how I love The Station Inn, Lauren, and Carl! I deeply appreciate your kind words. Thank you!