Country-pop artist, Lyssa Coulter, along with New England artist, Annie Brobst, has released a new campaign titled #supportHERsuccess. The campaign is designed to encourage, empower, and exemplify females supporting each other's successes and stumbles.
"Annie and I feel that so many females, nowadays, unintentionally tell themselves they have completely failed when they don’t succeed, and this failure pushes them to believe they are not good enough. We want them to use that as motivation to push themselves and to encourage others." - Lyssa Coulter
About Lyssa Coulter:
At the age of 16, Lyssa Coulter began her vocal education at Encore Music Academy in Franklin and quickly grew the confidence to perform at karaoke nights at CBS Scene in Foxborough. Shortly after her family moved to Westborough, she started working with Patrice Peris and Whitney Doucet at a local music studio. After seeing award-winning artist Kelsea Ballerini in concert, she immediately decided to record her first song in country music capital, Nashville, Tennessee. Most recently Lyssa has performed at Indian Ranch, Located in Webster MA, Boston's own Cheers, the Hard Rock Cafe, and the Topsfield Fair. In addition to her engagements at a diverse group of restaurants and bars around the Boston, Worcester, and Metrowest areas. Lyssa’s single “By My Side” (released June 2017 ) has been featured on 101.7 The Bull's Backyard Country segment, Country 102.5 Local Catch of the Week, 98.9 Nash Icon, and Mix 104.1. Coulter recently returned to Nashville to record her EP 'After Midnight' with Chris Parker at Digital Timbre, which released in January 2018.