Tristan McIntosh

Tristan describes her own music as fun and youthful while at the same time signifying deep meaning such as the song “You Can’t Take That Away From Me” which signifies such a wonderful meaning of showing everyone that no matter who you are that being yourself is the most important thing in life. “My music will always reflect who I am.”

Tristan’s voice is rather developed since her studio performance required little to no tuning. That doesn’t mean that Tristan doesn’t seek constant improvement and constructive criticism in all areas. “You can be an artist and not be a performer, but I am a performer. I am currently honing my songwriting skills, guitar and piano playing, but I am also developing my total package including my image and my stage presence. “This isn’t just a dream of mine, this is a goal that I am determined to achieve and I won’t give up.” Tristan takes and applies all the advice she receives from the Nashville music industry professionals she works with and who also serve as her mentors.

In addition to Carrie Underwood, Chris Stapleton, Darius Rucker, and Rascal Flatts, Tristan’s influences include Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Tori Kelly, Mickey Guyton and Ed Sheeran. She is most touched by Vince Gill with his performance of “Go Rest High on the Mountain” after the death of his brother.

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