Nashville-based rock/Americana artist Becky Warren has gathered acclaim for her themed albums. She sings about post-9/11 veterans on her debut album, War Surplus; homeless entrepreneurs on Undesirable; and her own struggles with mental illness on The Sick Season. Becky tackles these tough subjects with big, catchy, rock n roll choruses and an obvious empathy for the people in her songs. As Paste Magazine noted, "The stories in her songbook may be heavy, but Warren expertly makes them about hope more than anything else." Rolling Stone picked her 2018 record as one of the best country and Americana albums of the year. Becky opens regularly for the Indigo Girls and knows a lot of animal facts.