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Faith Schueler is a rising country artist, singer, and songwriter from Charleston, SC. She shares her own sound through her music and vocal presentation by digging deep into her Southern roots, creating music with a pop/country and soul twist.

Faith started her career singing in coffee shops and local events at age 13. In 2018, at just 17 years old, Faith hit the ground running by releasing her first single. Since then, she has released an EP as well as several other original singles and four music videos, three of which were featured on CMT's music website. She has opened for some of  Nashville's most renowned artists such as Scotty McCreery, Matt Stell, and Hank Williams Jr. to name a few. Faith's music has also been played on some of Spotify's and Apple Music's top playlist earning her over a million streams.

Faith has worked with some of the most well-known and Grammy Award winning songwriters and producers in Nashville and Charleston. She is a part of the group,  The Song Suffragettes, in Nashville which is the ONLY all-female country music singer-songwriter showcase every Monday night at the Listening Room Cafe. She currently spends much of her time in Nashville working on new music  and is a co-host for “The Nashville 360” with iHeart Radio and Charleston’s own 103.5 WEZL radio host, Ric Rush. You can hear “The Nashville 360 '' news segment daily throughout the US on many iHeart Radio stations and the iHeart Radio app. 


Faith continues down her path of pursuing her music career and hopes to fulfill her dream of touching lives through her music. She holds on to her strong Christian faith and stays true to her music in hopes of being an inspiration to others. 

You can find Faith’s Music on all streaming Platforms.

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