A Calistoga, California native, Darrall grew up with a love of music sparked by her father, Chuck, and his band SilverCreek. Growing up, Darrall performed in the tasting rooms of wineries throughout Napa Valley and later moved to Nashville to pursue her musical dreams and finish school at Belmont University. Her combination of wit and depth lyrically as well as her unique voice quickly gained the respect of the Nashville songwriting community, where she co-wrote with esteemed industry veterans Brett James, Troy Verges, and Emily Weisband, and collaborated with artists including Jake Owen, Larry Fleet, and Josh Kerr. With a wide range of musical influences spanning from Alabama, The Eagles, and Eric Church to Cher, Etta James, and The Dixie Chicks, Darrall’s unique sound and talent gained the attention of Grammy-winning icon, Ron Fair (Christina Aguilera, The Black Eyed Peas, Vanessa Carlton, Lady Gaga), who produced Darrall’s debut EP, “Entertainment For The Brokenhearted”, expected out April 29th. The first song off her forthcoming EP, “Love Me When I’m Leavin’,” was dubbed as “the perfect heartbreak anthem” by People. To keep up with Shelby on socials, find them at the bottom of the page.