TAMPA, FL, June 7th – Tampa Bay native turned Nashville country artist, Aubrey Wollett, will be on national television. The TLC program, “19 Kids and counting” airs on June 10th and includes Aubrey performing her hit single, Summer Never Ends.
“I was thrilled!” says Wollett, when approached for use of the song and footage by the show. Summer Never Ends is the hit track on her recently released extended play (EP). The song carries an unmistakable Florida influence, citing popular destinations from South Beach to Panama City. And of course, there’s a shout out to Tampa Bay. The edgy country pop and blues artist adds the songs on her EP are inspired by her life in Nashville the last two years. “They come from love, heartbreak, a secret or two, and of course, a little summer fun!”
Wollett has spent the last two years working for two-time BMI Songwriter of the Year, Dallas Davidson, known best for his #1 hits with Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan and Lady Antebellum, among others. While working for the renowned songwriter, Aubrey’s been inspired more than ever to further dive into her own music career.
Aubrey Wollett was born and raised in Dunedin, FL. After graduating from Dunedin High School, Wollett moved to Nashville to pursue her dream of being a singer/songwriter. Wollett’s music is available on iTunes. Find out more information about her music and upcoming events at www.AubreyWollett.com.