Christiana Zollner longs for happiness, in the most unique and personal grace. The extraordinary thing is that she wants that desperately for everyone in the world. One of the ways she pushes, is through her music, which floats like levity, tinged in realism, and always fleetingly in the most beautiful of representations.
Said Christiana: “This is an acoustic rootsy song about the grace that family gives one another over the years.”
Christiana has been writing and producing original music out of her home studio since 2017. She is the host of Folk Hour, a monthly show featuring rising folk artists.
In 2020 she participated in streaming festivals “Stay The Folk Home,” and “Quarantuned Music Festival.” Walk into any of Nashville’s most hallowed songwriter venues and you’re liable to find Christiana playing a tune or fiddling for a friend.
A native of Willamette Valley, Oregon, Christiana’s earliest musical memories are of singing and playing fiddle in her family band. The love and vibes of family, has never been forgotten by Christiana. Every ounce of proud remembrance, is stacked with unencumbered citation and embrace.
‘Extraordinary Grace’ brings that much needed positivity, which let’s us all know what we have right in front of our noses.