Nikki Street reinvents the nostalgic noises of 1960s nation music for today’s audience, blending Southern twang with lush orchestral preparations and the casual pop/rock and roll hook. A high-school dropout from Greenville, SC, she spent her early adulthood operating as an L.A.-centered fashion designer. Street later shifted to NEW YORK, in which a messy separation inspired her to get the classical guitar and create a small number of unfortunate, sassy country tracks influenced by Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard. What started as a kind of self-therapy ultimately progressed into a full-time obsession, and Street wound up departing town again, this time around time for the American South by settling in Nashville. Having relocated to the united states music capital from the globe, Street began creating a regional audience by placing her personal spin for the genre. The Eliminated, Eliminated, Eliminated EP, whose orchestral sound gained evaluations to mid-century symbols (Tammy Wynette, Nancy Sinatra) and retro-revivalists (She & Him, the trick Sisters), made an appearance in July 2011, implemented several months afterwards with the full-length Walk of Pity. After comprehensive touring in 2012, she agreed upon to New Western world in 2013. Her debut for the label, All or Nothin’, was released in-may of 2014. 3 years later, Street released Highway Queen — which she co-produced with vocalist/songwriter Jonathan Tyler — on New Western world.