Laura Bryna has established herself as one of the hottest new stars in country and pop music with features in Southern Living, New York Magazine, The New York Times, the cover of R&R, and Billboard magazine. Although she still lives in Los Angeles, Nashville always remained #1 in Laura's heart. After establishing herself to new fans in the pop music charts with her assured magnetic voice, the critically acclaimed crossover artist has decided to return to her country music roots. Citing musical mavericks like Grace Potter, Chris Stapleton, and Etta James as inspirations, Laura's return to country music is not a look back but a natural step in her ongoing musical evolution. When Laura first hit the country music scene living in Nashville, she became known for her breakthrough debut, the military tribute "Hometown Heroes." She co-wrote the single with Grammy-nominated songwriter Jeff Batson. The Air National Guard had heard Laura perform the song at her Las Vegas show and asked her to be the national spokesperson for their new marketing campaign. They also selected "Hometown Heroes" to be used for their national campaign theme song.