Oklahoma meets Chile

Making Country Music at the end of the world

Paz Vidal was born in the north of Chile, South America, and currently lives in Santiago, where she is focused on releasing her first country EP as an author, jointly with Nacho Cejas, country artist, songwriter and producer from Uruguay. She recently released her first videoclip for "Love You Under the Moonlight", written and produced by Tony Garviz from Mexico. Her first country singles were written by poet and songwritter Mila Scott, and composer and producer Frank Jacket, both from Chile. Paz started singing at a young age, mostly encouraged by her grandfather, who was also a musician. She lived in Sapulpa, a little town in Oklahoma, as an exchange student. During her time there, she was introduced to country music by her host grandparents. She fell in love with country living, line dancing, and both classic and modern country music. Her style is influenced by artists such as Patsy Cline, Tanya Tucker, Terri Clark, Sara Evans, Gretchen Wilson, Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood and many more.

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