30th Annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival

"Back to the Source" A conversation with country music singer Mae Estes

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Mountain Valley Spring Water Presents “Back to the Source” Virtual Series 

Join this virtual series as we explore the life and work of prominent Arkansans and hear how their time in Arkansas informed their personal and professional life.

Mae Estes is a Nashville based singer-songwriter from Hope, Arkansas. Born with a dream too big for her hometown, she moved to Nashville in August of 2015. Taking inspiration from artists like Lee Ann Womack and Keith Whitley, Mae merges the timelessness of classic Country music with modern melodies and production to form her exclusive artistry. Mae has a catalogue composed of raw, uncensored vulnerability like her debut single “Naked”, as well as confidence anthems like “Best Side”. She prides herself in covering the good, the bad, and the ugly of life, expressing her stories and the stories of others. Her recent release “Roses” surpassed 100K streams on both Apple Music and Spotify within 3 days and now has well over 1M streams. At the 2021 Arkansas Country Music Awards, Mae was nominated for Song of the Year with “Recycled” and awarded Female Vocalist of the Year.