When Olivia Frances walks on stage, her infectious energy and powerful stage presence captures a room. With ethereal vocals, ocean-like synths, and an earthy acoustic sound, she takes the listener to a contemplative, spiritual place that leads one to reflect upon their own life’s patterns. Frances glows in a similar sphere to artists such as Joni Mitchell, The Carpenters, and Kacey Musgraves.
As an independent artist, Frances has organized dozens of tours throughout the Midwest, the South, and the East Coast, impressing audiences throughout. Notably, she has now performed at the world’s largest rodeo, Cheyenne Frontier Days, two years in a row; where Maren Morris, Kane Brown, and Garth Brooks were headliners.
Musical from a young age, Frances started playing piano at age six and composed her first song on guitar at age twelve. Frances credits Fleetwood Mac, Bon Iver, and Florence and the Machine as musical inspirations.
2022 proved to be another momentous year for Frances. She landed her first magazine cover thanks to Worcester Magazine and she made her first TV appearance on KGWN TV Cheyenne. Above all, Frances had two songs up for GRAMMYConsideration including “Wind Chimes,” for Best Americana Performance and “Somebody’s Reason,” for Best American Roots Song. Her fans, affectionately referred to as “Frances Friends,” and new listeners alike, can keep up with Olivia’s upcoming shows and news at www.oliviafrancesmusic.com.