Songwriter and vocalist Sierra Hurtt has been performing and recording since the tender age of 4. The daughter of award-winning songwriter, Phil Hurtt, Sierra grew up in the cradle of Philadelphia Soul. During her teens, she discovered Rock 'n' Roll, which led to a period of musical exploration that has resulted in a truly unique sound.
In 2009, Sierra emerged as a fresh, new artist with stories to be told and a voice to be heard. With the infectious lead-off single "Rooftops", her debut EP 8 or 80 is catching the attention of critics and audiences worldwide. Though she is often compared to Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Sia - among others - Sierra is carving a niche that is all her own.
Aided by the help of long-time friends, including engineering virtuoso Michael Richelle, seasoned, session musician Chuck Treece, R&B chanteuses Gabrielle Hurtt and Vivian Green, and musical chameleon Greenwood, Hurtt is poised to fulfill her legacy as a child of music.