Victoria Bailey

Victoria Bailey

 Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Victoria Bailey, a Nashville-based singer/songwriter, writes with an innocence not easily found in today’s music industry; not with inexperience, but with humility and sincerity. She embraces the human stories she has to tell and speaks honestly, if simply, of pain and hope, love and longing.


In autumn of 2004, Bailey spent four months writing, recording, and performing at the Contemporary Music Center, an invitation-only artist’s colony on Martha’s Vineyard. While there, she learned the ins and outs of the music industry- signing a management deal with Offshore Entertainment and recording a song which is featured on a compilation CD from 450 Records, meeting with record labels and collaborating with other artists along the way.

This Ohio-bred musician/writer/actress/model has never been far from the stage. Having graduated from college in 2005 with a degree in Fine Arts/Theatre, she spent several years, however, struggling to find her call back into the arts. “Leaving behind my community back in Tennessee and returning to my hometown made it really difficult for me to connect, both musically and spiritually. I lost a sense of who I was, who God created me to be and how He was working in my life," she says. After spending a few days in Nashville in early 2009, Bailey got the chance to recharge, realign her passion with her purpose, and has been writing frequently ever since. “It’s taken me a long time to get back to where I am- writing music again- but I am now constantly amazed at God’s provision in my life in this way.”

Bailey again returned to Nashville in the spring of 2010 to record and work with producer Chris Leonard on her first album, an EP entitled "A Burning Lot." She relocated to Music City earlier this year.

Management and Booking:
Landon Cunningham ~

Twitter @VictoriaSongs


Train Station (single) ~ 450 Records (2004)
A Burning Lot EP (2010)

Set List

Typically a 45 minute set including mostly originals and a few covers. Solo to full band, depending on the type and location of show.