Growing up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, country singer-songwriter Teagan Stewart had an endless blue sky to look up to and dream big. Her style meshes the swagger and powerhouse vocals of Carrie Underwood with the cleverness and conversationality of Miranda Lambert and Alanis Morissette.
When she was only 16, she was chosen out of nearly 50 artists to close the VocalizeU Artist Intensive Spotlight Showcase, where she was mentored by industry experts (Mike Posner, Kara Britz, Denosh Bennett, Elliott O'Connor, etc).
As a performer, Teagan has played with full bands and solo acoustic shows in iconic venues, from the International Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, to the Bluebird Café and The Basement in Nashville. Though her career is only beginning, she has already found her niche in making unapologetic, raw country music, punctuated by lyrical twists and a twangy growl.
The Taste of My Heartbreak EP released October 23rd, 2020 to airplay on KUNM-FM, Belter Radio (U.K.), and local acclaim in Nashville. Her loyal following has pushed the EP to over 70,000 streams in half a year.
In July 2021, Teagan released her music video for "Homebody" which she co-directed with Owens Co. Productions.
"Unsay It" released on September 17th 2021. For a unique, yet stunning debut, Teagan performed a musical comedy show with local improv group Worst Case Scenario at Third Coast Comedy Club, culminating in the first ever debut of the song.
Her most recent single, "The Least You Could Do" released on February 26th, 2022 with a show at Nashville's oldest dive bar, Springwater, with upcoming country artist Dylan Wolfe. It quickly got the attention of Spotify curators and became Teagan's first Spotify editorial playlist placement, at #21 on Fresh Finds Country, three days after its release.