Sierra has performed at Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Commodore Grill, and The Fontanel; her high-energy sets have also been seen at Dosey Doe’s Big Barn, Main Street Crossing, Mo’s Place in Katy and at other noted events in TX such as the Outlaws & Legends Festival and the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo BBQ Cook Off.
Aiming to stay original, perhaps the biggest compliment given to her is that, “she has a sound all her own;” a common sentiment shared from notable songwriters, producers, and other artists. Insiders say she's what Country Music has been waiting for, and it's ready.
Most recent singles were released in September 2017, and are available on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes and more, and can be heard on dozens of radio stations both terrestrial and online. She will be returning to the studio again shortly and is set to release more new music in Summer of 2018.
Recent accolades include the Rising Star Award from the CMA of Texas, as well as being nominated for New Female Artist of the Year by the Texas Regional Radio Awards.
When not performing, Sierra enjoys hobbies of shooting, fishing, and dancing.