5 Fast Facts about singer Savannah Maddison
Nashville-based Savannah Maddison is a 19 year old CAA country-pop artist, published author, award-winning philanthropist, and social media influencer taking the world by storm. Her most recent singles include “More Than a Rumor” and “If You Can,” which debuted on March 20th in partnership with Radio Disney.
Additionally Savannah founded “Savannah’s Soldiers”, an organization that sent over 350,000 letters of encouragement to soldiers deployed globally from students across the country. Savannah loves sharing her life on social media, with over 200,000 followers on Tiktok called the #Safannah Army.
Savannah is also the published author of a Penguin Random House Publishing book entitled “Sincerely: YOU, Letter Writing to Change the World.” Her book tells the story of her organization’s roots and encourages youth to start their own movements and service projects.
Savannah is currently scheduled to tour Summer of 2020 with Top 10 Global Influencer duo Cash and Maverick.
Here’s 5 fast facts about Savannah!
She witnessed a scrunchie storm once.
Last November, I toured with Tiktok influencers Cash and Maverick. During the Oklahoma show, an audience member threw her scrunchie onto the stage. After the first one hit the floor, everyone started throwing their scrunchies! It was like a scrunchie rainstorm. We ended up donating all of the scrunchies to a woman’s shelter after the show!
She experienced THIS equipment malfunction during the worst possible moment.
During one of my first ever performances, I was singing the National Anthem for a Miami Marlins baseball game when the mic suddenly went out! I stopped singing (since no one could hear me) and a stood there for a second. I was so embarrassed knowing that everyone could see that something was going on on the jumbotron, but before anything else could happen, a field assistant came running with backup mic! I finished the anthem, but it’s still one of my most embarrassing moments.
She is not immune to social media pressure, but has good advice.
I think that social media can make it really hard for teens to be confident these days. I sometimes find myself comparing my clothes, body, and hair to other influencers! It’s so important to remember that you are YOU for a reason and that you are beautiful just the way you are.
She would do quite well on Dancing With the Stars.
Before moving to Nashville for music, I lived in South Florida where I learned how to ballroom dance! I won 12 Salsa and Ballroom championships during my time as a dancer in Florida and I LOVE Latin music.
She will be very sad if Starbucks closes due to quarantine.
I LOVE Starbucks chai tea lattes! I’m definitely addicted. There’s a Starbucks drive through right next to my house, so I am always stopping in to grab one!