Nashville recording artist and Pennsylvania singer-songwriter Olivia Farabaugh is busy performing new music that creates an atmosphere you can get lost in with influences from Miranda Lambert and Brothers Osborne to Jack Johnson and Norah Jones.
From the beginning of Farabaugh’s music career, she was fortunate being a Contestant on Season 10 of NBC’s “The Voice,” and has opened for amazing artists, including Rodney Atkins, Chris Janson, Mitchell Tenpenny, Trent Harmon, Levi Hummon, Dylan Scott and more. She has been nominated for Best Female Country Artist, Songwriter of the Year, as well as her single, ”Body Will Break,” being nominated for Song of the Year at the 2021 CentralPennsylvania Music Awards. She was also named 2019 and 2020’s Best Solo Artist by the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame, and she won the 2018 WIOV Radio Showdown Competition, and 2016’s Central Pennsylvania Nash Next radio contest.
She is now living in her tiny house in Nashville with her husband Caden and adorable dog Tank, using her music to not only lift the hearts of those around her, but also to raise awareness of CIRS and the importance of mental health. She has teamed up with a nonprofit, Malachi's Message, to start the CIRS Support Fund to help individuals with CIRS get education and treatment. This fund will be driven by outside donations, an annual music fest and a percentage of the sales from Olivia's new album, “Transparent.”