Mason Zgoda,by way of Nashville, breaths new life into a
singer-songwriter/indie genre that has become plebeian. Her sound seamlessly meshes influences from the late 1960s and early 1970s while bringing a depth
to her lyrics not heard in mainstream music.
Referred to as the 'Millennial's Poet' Mason wows
crowds with an honest and meaningful delivery of song covering
subjects such as unrequited love, loneliness while in a
crowd, and the social pressures on the modern woman, yet
each song delivers a message of hope and strength.
Acclaimed as a modern day Carole King with Patty Griffin influences, Mason is renowned for her poignant and melodic 1960's-tinged
tunes with a modern juxtaposition.