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Tammaca Bevis is a thirty-six year old songwriter from the Florence, Alabama. After having listen and growing up with both grandfathers playing bluegrass music, she decided in 1989 to become a songwriter like her influences Stevie Nicks, Eagles, and Lorie Morgan. Thanks to her talent for writing radio-friendly country-rock songs that connect with audiences with the very first listen, her songs have been recieving a lot of praises with the local muscians.
A songwriter of instinct, Tammaca has a flair for writing catchy songs that leave the listener moved by the raw emotion in them. Although her roots are firmly placed in mainstream country-rock, she draws inspiration from many different lyrical and musical influences. "My style is eclectic..I can write a rock ballad today, and the next a rentro country melody will come out of me, and I'll be wondering..where did that come from?". It is that versality that has landed her song "Hide the Gun", a power ballad and that had made publishers interested in her
Music is not a new passion for Tammaca however: after studying the Music for 23 years, Tammaca started writing songs at the tender age of 13: "I used keyboards and everything that made a sound around the house to write on before I even picked up the guitar!", she says jokingly. But it wasn't until I meet a great friend Roger Howell. He inspired me to sing my songs at the local clubs. That's what decided to make music her life dream. Music, truth be told, was never far from her mind. "I always knew it was a matter of time until I started to write songs again, cause in every place I travel, my first stop was always the music store/local pubs, where I discovered new types of music. All those different genres have influenced the songwriter I am today." Moreover, travelling has made her aware of the quality songwriters.
Now back to Muscle Shoals, Alabama, the hit recording capital. Tammaca is sharing her time between enjoying nature and spending plenty of time in the studio where she writes material she hopes to pitch to publishing companies in the near future. Based on the reception of her lattest compositions, the future looks promising!