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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 15, 2022) – Country music’s quick-rising up-and-comer Karissa Ella is stepping her game up to another level with her latest release, “Vintage.” Inspired by family traditions and heirlooms that are passed down for decades, this song reminds listeners of where they come from and where they’re headed. Written by Karissa, Alex Seier and Chris Buck, this is a new era of Karissa’s refined sound with her new producer Casey Wood, who has credits with legends like Charlie Daniels, Reba McEntire and Randy Travis. Listen to “Vintage” here!:


 “I wrote this song with my friends Chris Buck and Alex Seier and it’s all about those family traditions and items that have been passed down through generations and wishing you were there from the start,” says Karissa Ella.


 If I could turn back the hands of time

 Get a taste of what life was like

 See the memories through your eyes

 Such a different time and place

 All the history that was made

 Made me who I am today

 I wanna live it all, like I never missed it

 And now it’s vintage


 This latest release follows “Whiskey Whispers Your Name” which has garnered tens of thousands of streams since its release back in February and received heaps of press and DSP support. “Vintage” is just the first release in this new era of songs produced by Casey Wood and fans will be excited to know there is more on the way from the rising star. 


About Karissa Ella

 Karissa Ella is a breath of fresh air in today’s country music, and she’s been recognized for it by CMT, Taste of Country, Sounds Like Nashville and countless more media outlets. Inspired by the likes of Shania Twain, Gretchen Wilson, and Carrie Underwood, her music and writing are a reflection of those that came before her. Her live performances at places like the ACM-nominated Dusty Armadillo, attract audiences of all ages, but they keep coming back for her infectious personality and genuine songwriting. After graduating from Belmont in June 2018, she completed her self-titled EP, having co-wrote the majority of the songs. Her second EP, Blossom, came out Summer 2019 with songs like “VACAY” and “Me and Luke.” As she draws inspiration from the music she grew up on, Karissa released The Acoustic Sessions, made up of multiple covers, including “Who I Am,” “Maybe It Was Memphis,” and more ft. Johnny Gates and Jenee Fleenor (3x CMA Musician of the Year and ACM Musician Of The Year). Karissa released two original singles in 2021, “Bad Summer” and “Crackin’ Cold Ones” and “Whiskey Whispers Your Name” in 2022, all of which received heavy press and DSP support. To stay up to date with new music and tour dates, visit