Home and the people who make it have captivated Lori McKenna for years. Over the last three decades, as she became a wife and mother of five, she has also emerged as one of the most respected, prolific singer-songwriters in popular music. Her 2016 release, The Bird and the Rifle, netted three Grammy nominations, along with Americana Music Association nods––all firsts for McKenna as an artist. Then, she made history. In 2016, she became the first woman ever to win the Country Music Association’s Song of the Year two years in a row thanks to co-writing Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush” and penning Tim McGraw’s no. 1 “Humble and Kind” solo. Both songs also clinched back-to-back Grammy wins for Best Country Song. In 2017, she became the Academy of Country Music’s first female Songwriter of the Year. In 2018, McKenna released her much-anticipated eleventh studio album, The Tree, which was nominated for the 2019 Americana Awards Album of the Year. And most recently in 2020, McKenna released The Balladeer, her most uplifting and uptempo album in a catalog that spans 20 years, produced again by GRAMMY award winning Dave Cobb and recorded in Nashville’s historic Studio A.