“Reminiscent of Gretchen Peters and Beth Nielsen Chapman, Shantell Ogden is a superb singer-songwriter who resides just under the radar but is set to emerge in the near future as a major talent.”
— Alan Cackett, British Country Music Hall of Fame member
“Shantell Ogden demonstrates that while we may obsess over what’s country, Americana, etc., all that matters is the song. She blends the genres into an authentic, original sound around which she mixes her stories that are accessible to all.”
— No Depression
Nashville-based Shantell Ogden has a gift for crafting songs with real conviction and emotion. Her songs have received airplay on hundreds of country and Americana radio stations internationally, and gained impressive chart positions both in the US and Europe, including a #2 slot behind Chris Stapleton for her single "Blossom in the Dust." Shantell's music has also been featured in shows such as the hit television series Hart of Dixie and in more than a dozen feature films.
Born in Utah, Ogden brings the work ethic she learned growing up on her family farm to her life as an independent performing artist. Having toured nationally and in the UK and Ireland, her music has been praised by notable media including Performer Magazine, No Depression, and Maverick Magazine (UK).
Since the release of her seventh album in 2021, Shantell has enjoyed extensive media appearances including Coffee, Country & Cody on Nashville’s WSM - the home of the Grand Ole Opry -Today in Nashville (WSMV) and Good Day Utah (Fox). In addition, she has appeared at high profile festivals including Americana Fest, CMA Fest, and Tin Pan South. Praised for her work with awards including Songwriter of the Year in the 2018 International Music and Entertainment Association (IMEA) Awards, Shantell Ogden is truly an artist on the rise.