Savanna Woods

Savanna Woods

Savanna Woods

Singer-Songwriter

Savanna Woods is an American singer-songwriter who gained recognition as a contestant on the 20th season of the USA reality show "The Voice" in 2021. Born and raised in Stanwood, Washington, Savanna comes from a musically inclined family; her father and sister are also talented musicians, and her mother played the piano despite battling chronic muscular dystrophy. Savanna's passion for music was nurtured from a young age, and she has been singing with her family since she could talk. She completed her high school education at Stanwood High School in 2013 and briefly worked at a coffee stand, recognizing the challenges of pursuing a full-time career in music. Her journey on "The Voice" began with a powerful rendition of The Cranberries' "Zombie," which prompted coaches Nick Jonas and Kelly Clarkson to turn their chairs. Savanna chose to join Team Kelly and continued to showcase her vocal prowess throughout the competition. Although she did not win, her performances on the show, including covers and original songs, helped her build a significant following. Savanna is also known for her "Wondering Wednesday" live stream series, where she performs regardless of her location or circumstances, further cementing her dedication to her craft. Beyond her appearances on television, Savanna Woods is an active member of bands like Woods Sisters and Walking Maya. She has a strong presence on YouTube, where she shares both covers and original music, with her song "Home" being one of the most streamed videos on her channel. Savanna's commitment to her music is evident in her decision to market herself as a solo artist, a move that has allowed her to connect with fans worldwide and grow her career beyond the coffee stand where it all started.
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