A singer and songwriter who spins dark-hued tales of life in the Deep South, Adia Victoria became fascinated with vintage acoustic blues at a young age. After spending time in Europe, Victoria returned to the United States and settled in Nashville, Tennessee. Absorbing the sounds of the South -- rural blues and vintage country -- and interpolating her literary influences, Victoria started writing her own songs. In 2014, Victoria recorded her debut single, "Stuck in the South," which was produced by Roger Moutenot. The track earned positive reviews, and word spread quickly about Victoria online. In 2015, she signed a record deal with Atlantic Records, and her debut album, Beyond the Bloodhounds, arrived in May 2016. ~ Mark Deming
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