April Geesbreght was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She started writing songs at a young age and recorded her first EP when she was 16 with producer-artist-songwriter K.S. Rhodes. Over the next 10 years, April released 3 full-length records and another EP. In 2010, April made the move to Nashville and, in May 2011, signed her first publishing deal. Some of April’s cuts include “Dance Hall” by Danielle Bradbury; “Parachute” by Kris Allen; “Heart Tells Your Head” by Tim Halperin; “A Little Bit Of Wonderful” and “Hate That I Still Love You” by Kristy Cox.
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