Sara and Hayley made their way to Nashville and Steel Blossoms quickly bloomed as regulars at Music City honkytonks, and as house concert favorites. Soon, the duo began playing top flight clubs, concert venues and festivals across the US, sharing the stage with artists including Rhonda Vincent, Tracey Lawrence and Collin Raye.
Relationship building comes naturally to Sara and Hayley as the two have traveled the country, making fans one venue, one house show at a time. Onstage and off, they engage their fans as friends, and maintain those relationships long after the equipment is loaded into the van. Their fans are fervent, following the duo to shows, and providing support with travel, lodging, recording costs and more.
A debut EP, Year Number One, was released in 2015, followed by a full-length album, Country Enough, one year later. Steel Blossoms caught the ear of multi-award-winning songwriter, Jerry Salley, who had recently become the Creative and A&R Director of Nashville’s newest Americana label, Billy Jam Records. In early 2019, Steel Blossoms became the first act signed to the emerging label.