At just 10 years old, Harper Grace was already one of the most accomplished gymnasts in Dallas, bound to one day compete in the Olympics.
She gave all that up when she was given a guitar by her Grandmother. "I knew music was my destiny, and I want to create music that will one day touch the hearts of girls and inspire them to always follow their dreams." Harper taught herself to play, and began writing catchy tunes, which she recalls “were primarily about shampoo and conditioner". It wasn't long after that Harper figured out she had much more to share with the world. So she began to put herself out there, writing and composing music and performing anywhere people would listen and watch.. Shortly after, Harper began frequenting Nashville, performing and writing for her debut album. Citing influences from Rascal Flatts and Dan + Shay, to Taylor Swift and Christina Aguilera, Harper has collaborated with everyone from Chad Carlson and Zac Maloy to Chris Lindsey and more. With over 100 songs in her catalog, Harper now has her eyes set on the prize to take over the world with her signature blend of country inspired melodies and big pop choruses. Harper is currently performing around Dallas, Forth Worth, and Nashville, and recently competed on American Idol 2018 on ABC, where she debuted an All Star performance of her original song "Rest In Peace" during the competition and a fan favorite original song "Yard Sale" in the finale show.