“So Over the Rainbow debuts at National Radio in January, 2017. I am so excited to share this song with you all. "So Over the Rainbow" is a song written by Eric Paslay, Sarah Buxton and Lari White.”
— Courtney Dickinson
“One of the brightest rising stars in country music, Courtney Dickinson is that lightning-in-a-bottle, once-in-a-lifetime talent that reassures you that the future of country music is in very good hands. This powerhouse voice has a warm, endearing personality, God-given talent and a do-anything work ethic that makes it easy to believe in her and her craft. And I do believe in Courtney Dickinson. I believe Courtney Dickinson is the next big thing in country music and I believe the sky’s the limit for this soon-to-be superstar!”
— Heath Shelby KWCK Program Director/Music Director Crain Media
“Courtney Dickinson's "Young Forever" was a very early add at WJNR. The song fits perfectly with our playlist, and we believed in Courtney's talent from the beginnings. Our listeners love the song! She has a very bright future, and we're firmly on board being a part of it."”
— Keith Huotari / WJNR
“"Courtney is a rare talent! Young Forever is a great introduction to her sound, and she only gets better!"”
— M. Fletcher Brown / WXFL - KIX 96
“Every once in a while there’s a song that catches your attention. It just sounds so good from the first time you hear it. Other times there’s an artist that catches your attention. That ah- ha moment when you realize that you’re hearing someone special. It’s very, very rare when those two things happen at the same time. In my opinion they happened with Courtney Dickinson, “Young Forever”. Her talent, poise and infectious personality make Courtney such a pleasure to interact with and “Young Forever” is simply one of those songs that just makes the Radio Station sound good when it’s played. ”
— Paul Ciliberto General Manager / Market Manager “Ciliberto & Semerano” Thunder 102
Dickinson’s talent started as a toddler when she began her acting and modeling careers. At five years old, Dickinson danced with the Little General Clogger’s dance group on stage at the Grand Ole Opry. It was with that performance that Dickinson knew she was destined for the stage. “The calmness that came over me when I walked onto that stage taught me one thing - that this is where I belong. I have never had a problem performing and the excitement I feel when I get ready to step on stage...It’s my safe place. It feels like home.”
At twelve, Dickinson entered a contest with Atlanta’s Kicks 101.5 and won a duet performance with Billy Ray Cyrus during the station’s Lunchtime Live event, singing Cyrus’ “Ready, Set, Don’t Go” for listeners. As she continued to fine-tune her sound, Dickinson tested it out with performances at Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe, Hard Rock Battle of the Bands, the Country Music Association’s CMA Music Festival, Belk’s Southern Original Showcase, pre-show parties for Sugarland, Big & Rich and Cowboy Troy, the NCAA St. Patrick’s Day Party and the National Anthem and pre-show for the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field. With these performances, Dickinson felt confident taking the leap and moving to Nashville, which she did in 2015.
Upon her arrival in Music City, Dickinson began co-writing and recording new material. In March of 2016, she released her debut single, “Young Forever”,currently at radio nationwide and landing in the Official Top 80 ,Young Forever continued to climbed the chart to a successful # 72 on the Music Row Chart.
“You know that feeling you get when you are waiting on a boy you like to text you back? That’s how every Thursday feels when I am waiting to see my name on the charts with some of my biggest idols.”
Aside from the success of her first single, Dickinson also performed in the Marriott Rewards Battle of the Bands, finished in the Top 3 and was invited to perform in Austin at their Corporate Event.