My new EP 'Moab' has been released into the world! You can listen on all streaming platforms wherever you get your music. Moab's artwork was painted by Heidi Nielson from Desert2District


Here's quick links to Spotify & Apple Music:

Moab Pre-Sale 

🔊 Why wait any longer? The first single from my new EP is called Sweetest Dream. You can now pre-order the digital album on Bandcamp: 

A lot of you have been saying you’d like to help like to help during this pandemic and pre-ordering the digital album is a great way to do it! 
For $7 you get access to Sweetest Dream for download today and on May 20th you'll receive the other two songs from the EP to download. I receive a percentage of a cent from streaming, so I’ve decided to hold my EP on Spotify etc until the release date to give people an opportunity to digitally buy the album on Bandcamp. 💫


New EP 'Moab' 

Hello friends! 
I have a huge announcement! 
My new EP 'Moab' will be out May 20th on all streaming platforms. There are three songs on this EP that I wrote during a brief time parked out in the desert in Moab, UT. I'm very proud of them and hope you love them as much as I do!

Artwork done by my friend & very talented human being Heidi Nielson


1. Sweetest Dream 
2. The Cost 
3. A Lifetime


Support Savannah on Patreon! 

Hello friends! 
I'm putting something out into the world that I've been debating for a long time. That "thing" is my Patreon. 
I've decided to start a Patreon because everything that I've accomplished so far, I've done so without a record label, booking agent or manager. DIY at it's finest! I book the shows, write & arrange the songs, write press releases, play the shows, etc. Being a full-time independent musician is a LOT of work, but I can't imagine doing anything else. 

So what is Patreon anyway? 
Patreon is sort of like Kickstarter but instead of pledging a one time amount, you pledge a smaller reoccurring monthly amount (like $1, $5, $10 or more). In exchange, you get Patreon only content, first looks (& listens!) to new releases, Tour videos, song demos, writings from the road, postcards, anything that I think you would enjoy! 

I have some big goals coming up in the next few years - European tour, full band US tour, music videos, NEW MUSIC YAY!! - and to accomplish them, I need a little help from YOU! Patreon will allow me to have regular stipend so I can set my plans in motion for accomplishing my larger goals. Essentially you are becoming a part of my record label and getting cool exclusive content in exchange! How cool is that?! 

I hope you'll join me on this journey into the next steps of my career. I'm excited for what the future holds! 

Photo from Along Photography at Sofar Sounds: Rochester


Cliffrose T-Shirts Available Now! 

Cliffrose T-Shirts are now available to purchase through the store page on this site (& you may recognize those T-shirt models ?)! 
Online sales of books & CDs have been so incredible, and to show my gratitude, I wanted to offer another cool merch item for you all.

"Shook the dust from my bones & danced with the Cliffrose" is the first line from the title track of the album and it's a lyric that has continued to resonate with the meaning behind the album. These shirts first became available in person at the CD release party and we sold a lot of the inventory. Whats left is now up on the site, so get yours while they're still available!


The Buffalo News Interview With Jeff Miers 

”You can celebrate every day, just because you woke up to take another breath. You don't need a greater reason than that.” 

A huge thank you to Jeff Miers for writing this piece on Cliffrose and asking insightful questions that allowed me to tell some backstory on the album. Thank you also to Dave Ostrowski for saying kind things and always being a positive friend, mentor, and colleague in the troubadour world! 
Read my article in The Buffalo News below and in print on June 2nd. 



Cliffrose Reviewed by The Metal Dad 


“It reads like the great American novel – young, talented musician hops in a camper van, leaves behind virtually everyone and everything in order to travel the back roads of America, while penning one of the best albums you’ll hear this year.”

Cliffrose was granted a glowing review by The Metal Dad! A huge thank you to Chip for listening to and writing this stunning piece. Read the full article HERE.

Savannah Becomes a Wildflower Finalist 


I am so excited to announce that I have been chosen as 1 of 10 finalists for the Wildflower Al Johnson Performing Songwriter Contest. 
‘God Was Good To You’ & ‘Fresh Start’ from my new album were chosen out of 300 entries! I will be headed to Texas in May to compete live at the Wildflower Festival. This is a huge honor to be one of the finalists in such a prestigious competition! See you next month Texas!