2017 Ameripolitan Music Awards for Outlaw Female of The Year,
Darci serves up hardcore twang with a surprisingly
raspy lived-in voice
With high energy performance.
This ain’t no vanity act – And it sure as hell ain’t her first rodeo.
Seattle WA bred Darci Carlson delivers an energy packed performance with a lived-in voice that is both aggressive and smokey-sweet.
Her well crafted songs are reminiscent of past Outlaw greats Tanya Tucker and Hank Jr.
True Country music that punctuates like the aftertaste of a fine whiskey.
A nod to her 2017 Outlaw Female of The Year win.
Darci Carlson has never been one to shy away from the camera.
From a young age, whether on stage ballet dancing, or singing for her family, Darci was born to entertain.
Born July 3rd 1986 to Seattle natives Pati and Mike Carlson, she’s a third generation Rat City Kitty with traveling in her blood. Her dad moved back and forth from Twin Falls Idaho to Seattle as a child, and was a cross country hitch hiker and long haired rambler for most of his life,
which seems to have rubbed off on his first born.
Darci was also given the gift of music by her father, who encouraged her to pursue the guitar at 12 years old, and filled their home with the sound of Outlaw Country Legends, Southern Rock and Blues throughout her childhood.
Z.P. Gowdy grew up in a particularly rainy stretch of the Northlands, than went even further North to study theater in the icy wastes. Having grown weary of rain and frigid winters, he made his way to the warm Southern […]