Remington’s latest single is dedicated to COVID-19 essential workers
Dallas Remington is a no-nonsense rising country artist and songwriter who knows who she is and what she wants. The Kentucky-born, eighteen-year-old thrives with a passion for life, her music, and her faith. Her vocal talents are marked by her striking lyrics and textured phrasing; her fiery verve and vigor comes to life in every performance — intimate or live.
She began performing at 11 and moved to Nashville with her family at age 15 to pursue her country music dreams. Her Nashville career began with the Nashville Spotlight at the World Famous Nashville Palace, located near Opry Mills. Her success has led her to opening for Montgomery Gentry, Buddy Jewell, Tyler Barham, Ben Haggard, Dillon Carmichael, and Denny Strickland.
Her latest single, “Uncommon Man,” was released to radio at the end of May 2020, and is dedicated to her father and all essential workers battling the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the start of the COVID-19 quarantine, Buddy Iahn and Matt Bailey chatted with Dallas Remington in which we discussed her career and quality country songwriting.