Claudia Hoyser is an American Country Music singer, songwriter and social influencer who is a major fan of Sennheiser. Her songs have been featured in international movies, national advertising campaigns and have charted consecutively on the Music Row Breakout Charts - All prior to any album release. With over 120 million organic video streams on Facebook alone, Claudia’s fingerprint voice and musical palette evokes nostalgic feelings through the gift of modern story or can bring on some dusty edge, with her sultry country soul. She first gained recognition in 2017 when an unmixed demo of her song "No Matter What it Costs” found its way to local country radio and was added to the playlist after listener response. That started a string of events that built Claudia’s confidence in being accepted into country music circles. Claudia has recently supported Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Brantley Gilbert, Ryan Bingham, Whiskey Myers, Easton Corbin, Cassadee Pope, Chase Rice, Carly Pearce, Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, Lauren Alaina, Caylee Hammack, Mitchell Tenpenny and Sister Hazel. She has forthcoming shows with Toby Keith, Chase Rice, Randy Houser and more that will be announced. The epitome of a working musician; While hosting 126 episodes of her Facebook music series Hoyser Country Monday she built a loyal fanbase garnering an average of 800,000 weekly viewers. Currently she is hosting a monthly series, Fired Up Live with Claudia Hoyser, where Claudia hosts other notable artists as they share stories from the road and musical performances. Recent guests have included Rhonda Vincent, Caroline Spence, Pam Tillis, Jeannie Seely, Deanna Carter, James Otto, Mark Wills, Chuck Wicks, Allie Colleen and actor C. Thomas Howell. Wielding a true DIY spirit, Claudia’s been devoted to studio life for the last four years, writing over 200 songs and carving out her sound. Now, she is very excited to announce the release of her debut full-length album “Red Light’s Turning Green.” Although Claudia has a well-stocked studio mic locker to choose from, all of Red Light’s Turning Green was recorded with a handheld vintage Sennheiser 441.