Alana Springsteen: The Life of Country’s Biggest New Artist to Watch

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Alana Springsteen performing live at the Taylor Guitars showroom. Day 1 (January 23rd, 2014) of the Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim California. Image by Justin Higuci on Wikimedia Commons.

Every day, there seems to be a new name making headways in the world of music, and that’s across all genres. It’s the key to figuring out which new faces to watch out for. Well, when it comes to country music, that person is none other than Alana Springsteen. With so many career milestones before she’s even 25, it’s clear that there is a new blonde beauty who is sure to be tearing up the airwaves over the next several years. 

Who is Alana Springsteen? Find out below. 

Who is Alana Springsteen?

Alana Springsteen is an upcoming singer and songwriter in the country-pop genre, making her name with several songs. Influenced by such names as Shania Twain and Carrie Underwood, some of the most recognized of Alana Springsteen’s songs include “Hooked Up,” “Sleep On It,” “Always Gonna Love You,” and “Number Stays,” all of which can be found on her Apple Music library.  

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When was Alana Springsteen Born?

Alana Springsteen’s birthdate is October 18, 2000. 

Alana Springsteen’s Zodiac sign is Libra. That means the “Trust Issues” singer is considered to be fair, romantic, a great listener, and charming. It also means, though, that she can sometimes be considered unreliable and superficial.

Luckily, we haven’t seen any signs of those characteristics as of yet. Only time will tell as she continues to grow in her musical career. 

Where is Alana Springsteen From?

Alana Springsteen was born and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

Where Does Alana Springsteen Live?

Alana Springsteen currently calls Nashville, Tennessee, home as the “Amen” singer and continues to pursue her career as a country music singer and songwriter. She is signed to Warehouse West Entertainment there.

How Tall is Alana Springsteen?

Alana Springsteen’s height is slightly above average for women, standing at 5 feet, 8 inches tall. The average height for women is approximately 5 feet, 7 inches tall. 

Related: 46 Tallest Country Singers

How Much Does Alana Springsteen Weigh?

Alana Springsteen’s weight is around 123 pounds, meaning she is considered slim and in shape for someone her height. 

How Did Alana Springsteen Become Famous?

Alana Springsteen can thank her father and the sports scene for helping her make it to the big time.

After years of singing the national anthem at minor league baseball games, the first of which came when she was just eight years old, the future “Ghost in My Guitar” singer later landed the opportunity to do the same at Wrigley Field.

It was that performance that eventually caught the eye of Neal Spielberg of Spielberg Entertainment and Consulting when Springsteen was just a young girl. 

Alana Springsteen’s Parents

Little is known about Alana Springsteen’s parents. It is known that her father’s name is David. Her mother’s name, however, remains a mystery. 

Who is Alana Springsteen Signed With?

Alana Springsteen is currently signed with Warehouse West Entertainment and Columbia Records NY/Sony Music Nashville. Her new deal with the label was announced in late 2022, the night of her debut on the famous Grand Ole Opry stage.

“Another reason tonight is so special is that I get to announce that I just signed a record deal with Columbia Records NY/Sony Music Nashville,” the “While You’re At It” singer told the crowd. “I can’t imagine a better way to celebrate my birthday! So many dreams are coming true tonight. My heart is so full.”

Springsteen’s Opry debut came following a personal invitation from “Country Girl (Shake It For Me” superstar Luke Bryan.

“I’ve been waiting for this moment since I was little. There are so many videos of me, at 9 years old, playing a guitar that was bigger than me in the house I grew up in.

“I’d put on shows for my parents and grandparents in Virginia, and we’d all pretend that they were watching me on the Grand Ole Opry stage,” Springsteen told CMT following the life-changing FaceTime call. “Getting the FaceTime call from Like was surreal. I was 10 years old when I saw him play ‘Rain is a Good Thing’ at the Opry.

“I had just taken a tour with my parents, and we got to watch the show from the pews onstage, which I thought was the coolest thing,” she added. “It was one of those moments that added fuel to the fire as I realized I wanted to chase this dream. After I hung up with Luke, I called my parents and grandparents.”

Related: The 17 Best Male Country Singers of All Time

Who Did Alana Springsteen Open For?

As her career has blossomed, Alana Springsteen has opened for such acts as Filmore and Josh Turner since her debut self-titled EP was released in June 2019. 

Is Alana Springsteen related to Bruce Springsteen? Is Alana Springsteen Bruce Springsteen’s Daughter?

No, and no. While they are both singers, there is no relation between the up-and-coming country-pop star and “The Boss.” Their shared last name is simply a coincidence. 

Related: Bruce Springsteen’s Net Worth

Who is Alana Springsteen’s Manager?

Alana Springsteen is managed by Basak Kizilisik.


Upon being discovered by Neil Spielberg, Springsteen and her family spent the next several years going on back-and-forth trips from Virginia Beach to Nashville until her family moved to the latter when she was 14. 

Throughout that time, Springsteen was involved with writing and performing with many country acts, including Sugarland.  

Additionally, beginning in the late 2000s, having honed her craft on the guitar, which she first started playing when she was 7, she started releasing videos of her singing her own songs (she started songwriting at the age of 9) on YouTube. 

“The guitar was twice my size, and I ended up with so many blisters on my fingers, but I never even thought of giving up,” she has said of her early days. “It’s like I had an instant emotional connection with the guitar, where every time I picked it up, I felt better.

“Ever since I was little, I envisioned myself playing in stadiums – the big dream has always been to get my music out to as many people as possible,” Springsteen has also said. “I was always that kid who loved English class and was always hanging around with the grown-ups, trying to have adult conversations. As soon as I discovered what it felt like to put music and words together, I knew it was going to be something I did for the rest of my life.” 

Then, in 2019, she seemingly got her biggest break yet, as she released her self-titled debut extended play as an independent artist. 

The EP garnered a lot of attention for Springsteen, with Rolling Stone even saying that Springsteen “writes with beyond-her-years poise, mixing the lovestruck giddiness of a teenager with the hooks of a pro.”

Further, Taste of Country said of the EP, “There’s a big hole in country radio for a female who can sing about young love with loads of sincerity and a little drama or provocation. Springsteen’s authenticity makes her a strong candidate to fill it.” 

Springsteen later followed up her debut EP with back-to-back EPs, History of Breaking Up Part One and Two, in 2021 and 2022, respectively.

Then came what fans were waiting for as Alana Springsteen’s album, TWENTY SOMETHING, was released in 2023. It was set to feature Alana Springsteen’s songs “Look I Like,” “Goodbye Looks Good on You,” and “You Don’t Deserve a Country Song.” 

“Our 20s, they can be confusing, exhilarating, humbling, and unforgettable. We’ll mess things up over and over again. We’ll learn, do better, and start figuring things out – the world around us and ourselves,” Springsteen writes on her official website about the upcoming three-part album.

“And if we’re lucky … and we do the work … and we love hard, once in a while, we get these glimpses of what it feels like to get it right. TWENTY SOMETHING, that’s the title of my debut album, and it’s about all of it.” 

With the beauty that it became, we can’t wait for her next studio album to drop soon. 

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Written by Katie Peterson

Katie Peterson received her bachelor's degree in English from the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth in 2015. She has worked in journalism since 2015, beginning as production assistant and eventual head staff writer of the Fort Leavenworth Lamp newspaper in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Currently, she is a multimedia journalist with the Diocese of Nashville's Office of Media and Evangelization where she writes, does photography, and edits for several types of content, including the Tennessee Register, Catholic Awakenings, and She has also worked as a freelance journalist with the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas's newspaper, The Leaven, since 2016.
In her spare time, Peterson enjoys reading, spending time with her pup, Sadie Lynn, singing and songwriting.


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