Abigail Osteen is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter and Nashville Recording Artist. She has been performing live for over five years. Some of her past performances include:
Headliner of The Crawfish Festival (2013)
The Bluebird Café, Nashville, TN
Eddie’s Attic, Atlanta, GA
The Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival (2012)
The Zonta Festival (2010-2013)
The Mullet Festival (2010-2013)
The Hard Rock Café
MS Songwriter’s Festival
The Dock Bar & Grill
Huck’s Cove and Marina
MS Gulf Coast Coliseum Summer Fair
The Julep Room
Abigail is a self-taught guitarist and pianist and also plays violin, drums, ukulele, and banjo. She has written over 200 songs and considers her genre of music Alternative Pop/Jazz. In early 2012, Abigail released her debut self-titled EP recorded at Centerstreet Recording Studio in Nashville. Her merchandise is available at shows, which includes her EP, posters, and autographed cards.
Abigail has been featured on the cover of two local magazines, South Mississippi Living Magazine and Gulf Coast Women’s Magazine. The single, “Like Crazy”, from her debut EP, has been featured twice on K99’s Homegrown Country Show. She has also performed live on Kicker 108. Abigail has been featured twice on WLOX and has had articles in several local newspapers. She has also sang numerous times at the Surge Hockey Games. Abigail believes her greatest accomplishment thus far was singing the National Anthem at the christening of the USS America at Ingall’s Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, MS
Abigail won the award for Best Music Video at the 2012 Sun and Sand Festival for her music video of her original song “The Best That I Can Do”, which reached over 250,000 views on YouTube. She also placed in the fifth percentile for the Best Song of the Year and won the Songwriter’s Shootout at the 2011 Mississippi Songwriter’s Festival.