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Singer/Songwriter Riley Whittaker

"Life After Death"
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"Maybe California"
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"Hands on the Wheel"
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"Love Somebody"
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"Changes EP" 

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Self Produced Acoustic original

Music Videos
Official Music Video - Nostalgia
Official Music Video - Love Somebody
Live Videos

Live videos


About Riley


     Riley Whittaker is a 18 year old indie-alternative/pop singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Sedona AZ and now based in Nashville, TN.  She has been performing and writing songs since she was 12 years old.

Her incredible unique vocals along with her prolific songwriting are beyond her years. 

Riley has 11 original singles released and her debut six song EP titled "Changes" released in July 2021. Her songs "Hands on the Wheel", "Preoccupied" and "Love Somebody" all aired on Nashville Lightning 100 radio as well as two of her singles off of her EP, "Changes" and "Sad Songs.


Riley performs often both solo and with her full band. At age 15, she was selected by Bands at NAMM to perform at the 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. She was invited by Bands at NAMM to perform again at the 2022 NAMM Show.  

Other notable performances include NYC Rockwood Music Hall, NYC The Cutting Room, Nashville's famous Whiskey Jam, Musician's Corner 2022, The End, The Basement, Mesa Music Festival, Big Machine's Fall Festival, LeStat's and the Red Dirt Concert Series in Sedona to name a few.

In addition to playing guitar, Riley also plays the keyboard, ukulele and violin.  She was the Concert Master in her school orchestra for two years. Riley was scheduled to play as First Chair Violinist at Carnegie Hall in March 2020 with her Arizona Youth Orchestra, but all events were canceled due to Covid-19.

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