Born in Nashville, Bella is a native Tennessean who started singing practically before she could walk. She cut her chops in the Church Choir and on the stages of the Musical Theatre. She found her true calling, however, when she played Carl Perkins’ Guitar at the Rockabilly Hall of Fame. She is a Music Major at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Her music integrates elements from her Tennessee roots and can best be described as Southern Pop. She sings about the challenges of growing up in the twenty first century. Bella writes and performs music locally with her father Michael. She has released two singles and is currently working on her first full length album.