Charly Reynolds, a charismatic 23-year-old singer-songwriter born and raised in the sunshine state of Florida, is making her place in country music. In her reflective and emotional single "Flowers," slated for release on April 14, Reynolds narrates a path almost every woman has traveled, unknowingly falling into the first baby step of realizing leaving is where she needs to be. She may not be strong enough to walk away, but she's starting to be strong enough to realize she should. This single will be part of the six songs featured on Reynolds' debut EP coming out in early summer. This new music follows her most vulnerable and personal songs to date "Out of My Hands," and "One Day at a Time," that were released while she has been recovering from vocal surgery.
Reynolds' version of "Neon Moon" was featured in the Season 5 finale of FOX's provocative medical drama THE RESIDENT. Reynolds released her summer single "Rodeo," last summer amongst explosive social media growth and the single continues to grow. CMT.com premiered the light-hearted music video filmed at Country Rebel Ranch out of Nashville.
Reynolds has performed with Maddie & Tae, Walker Hayes, Billy Dean and also alongside such artists as Brett Eldredge, Lainey Wilson, Elle King and others at Elevation Beaver Creek last October. After the release of her single "Tonight in Texas." In the fall of 2022, Reynolds signed an exclusive worldwide booking deal with Wasserman Music. For more information about Charly Reynolds, follow her on socials at @CharlyReynoldsMusic.