Cozily working within the confines of folk, country and pop, Gretchen Peters is a Grammy-nominated American singer/songwriter originally from New York and Colorado. She moved to Nashville in 1988, fully adapting to the opportunities presented to her by one of America's prominent music capitals. In addition to penning songs for beloved artists such as George Strait, Neil Diamond, Trisha Yearwood and Etta James, Peters has maintained a solo career of her own, releasing a handful of albums starting in 1996. In 1995, she won "Song of the Year" at the Country Music Association's awards for "Independence Day," a tune she wrote for Martina McBride.
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