Sheyna Gee has always been the life of the party, so it only made sense that she would grow up to be an entertainer. Picking up a guitar at age 5 and fronting her first gig at age 6, Sheyna grew up on the stage. Shey played the Venice boardwalk as a teen and the LA club scene right out of high school, while living in Hollywood and Hermosa Beach. Culminating with being honored by the LA Music Awards with “Best Country Single” and “Best Singer/Songwriter” wins – this is when she made the move to Nashville. 

Sheyna loves to put on a show. When she first walks in you can’t help but notice the sparkly pink cowboy boots adorned on her tattooed legs. As a musician she totes the line of country and rock n roll. This honky tonk troubadour has shared  the stage with legends from Stevie Wonder to Elton John, performed for presidents, and even did a stint on New York’s Broadway. In 2022 she is now taking this show international with a string of dates across Europe including Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, and the UK, followed by a US spring tour in 2023. 

Sheyna Gee is currently gearing up for a release of a new EP in 2023. Coming off recent TikTok virality for her self-penned single, “Ghost,” the first single of 2022, “Lost and Found” gained attention from editorial playlists on every platform. Sheyna is not stopping anytime soon with new music coming all winter long. Sheyna Gee is country’s new rebel and this y’allternative Barbie is here to stay.

What is the biggest tip you followed when creating the sound? 

The only tip I listen to these days is to be authentic.

How did the sound evolve from the start to the finish?

I always write and release what I feel strongly about at the time so my sound is constantly evolving

Was there a collection of ideas that you had or did you have a really specific idea on the music? 

No, I write what I feel. 

How much time do you demand of yourself to focus on music? 

100% at this point I focus all of my time on music, whether it be performing, recording, writing or social media.

Do you have any tips or tricks for our audience on how to manage your time when it comes to making sure your music is on track for release?

I just focus on releasing music consistently and make it a priority. 

Give us links and all to hear the music and follow you! 

What is the importance of lyrical value? And how would you say you value lyrics in your music? 

I play country music so lyrics are everything. 

Have you made any transitions in the way you write your music?

I’ve always written naturally, whether it be cowrites or solo. I just follow the music, sometimes lyrics come first, sometimes music, sometimes I sit down to write and sometimes it just comes to me. 

Who or what inspired you to write this music? 


Do you think it’s important to change the way you write or the way you think about writing as you grow in your career?

No, I think authenticity is most important. 

Who championed your writing sessions to keep you inspired?

No one, I just wrote. I’ve always written and always will. Usually about 100 songs a year.

How are you championing yourself as you release the new music?

I just keep putting one foot in front of the other. 

Socials please and thank YOU!





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