“That girl’s a baddass.” – Miranda Lambert
“She is going to have a stellar career in country music, or any music, for that matter.” – Jamey Johnson
“I love Erin Enderlin. She’s a great writer and singer and I’m always excited to hear her stuff.” - Lee Ann Womack
“Erin is WAY above average, a wonderful singer, and somewhere in there is a great artist.” – Merle Haggard
Arkansas native Erin Enderlin set out to carve her own niche as an unapologetic, raw story teller, crafting characters that come to life in just around three minutes. She first fell in love with country music listening to the likes of Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash on her Papaw's record player as a child. After adding to her own music collection with singers such as Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, and Reba McEntire, Erin was inspired to follow I-40 to Tennessee.
Since arriving in Nashville, Erin has written songs recorded by artists such as Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, Lee Ann Womack, Terri Clark, Luke Bryan, Joey+Rory, Tyler Farr, Tara Thompson, and Muscadine Bloodline's current single "WD-40". These include the award-winning singles "Monday Morning Church" and "Last Call" as well as the critically acclaimed "You Don't Know Jack."
On her first major tour, Erin was a featured artist on the Willie Nelson Country Throwdown, promoting her self-titled debut album co-produced by innovative country artist Jamey Johnson and Grammy award winning writer and musician Jim "Moose" Brown. Since then she has opened shows for artists such as Marty Stuart, Kip Moore, and Terri Clark. Erin saw a lifetime dream come true by making her Grand Ole Opry debut September 6, 2013, and has also played stages including the famed Ryman Auditorium and Billy Bob's Texas.
Erin's second record "I Let Her Talk" was released to great reviews from publications such as Billboard, Roughstock and American Songwriter. With a review of the feature song I Let Her Talk by Robert K. Oermann calling it "strong stuff" with a "riveting country delivery."
Erin is currently working on a new concept project.