Folk / Singer-Songwriter / Americana


Ethan Harrison Smith is an American folk singer/songwriter and performing artist. Ethan sings emotional songs and uses acoustic guitar and harmonica as a backdrop to his self-reflective discoveries.

In his teenage years, Ethan hoped to become a great bluegrass flatpicker, but after discovering modern folk artists such as Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes, and Josh Ritter, his interests shifted to songwriting instead. Ethan was born and raised in the North Georgia and Atlanta area but he quickly turned into a restless soul.

Ethan has spent time living across the United States in cities including Chicago, Illinois and Flagstaff, Arizona. He often travels internationally where he writes, records, and shares his songs while on the road.

In his latest acoustic EP, Shower Over Me, Ethan writes and sings about conflicting feelings, covering topics such as hope, despair, duty, and perseverance. Ethan has won several songwriting competitions in Atlanta-area music venues and has spent time gigging across the southeastern United States. He has also performed his folk music around the world in countries such as Malaysia, Hungary, and Poland.

Ethan is currently planning his first album, which he hopes to release in late-2023.

Artists Supported:

  • Caroline Aiken
  • Matthew Kahler
  • Besides Daniel
  • Jonathan Peyton
  • Gibson Wilbanks
  • Rookie of the Year
  • Not Half Bad
  • Trapdoor Social
  • Future Thieves
  • Vilai Harrington
  • Sarah Morey
  • The Jason Connelly Band
  • Tyler Gregory
  • & More

Notable Venues:

  • Waller's Coffee Shop - Decatur, GA
  • The Velvet Note – Alpharetta, GA
  • Smith’s Olde Bar – Atlanta, GA
  • The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
  • Steve’s Live Music – Sandy Springs, GA
  • Ragamuffin Music Hall – Roswell, GA
  • The Crimson Moon – Dahlonega, GA
  • 404 Bar and Grill – Nashville, TN
  • Merdekarya – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • The Hive – Flagstaff, AZ
  • The Blue Plate Special – Knoxville, TN
  • Smiley's Acoustic Cafe – Greenville, SC
  • Crown Station – Charlotte, NC
  • Tin Roof – Raleigh, NC

"I Was Here"

"How Does the Story End?"

"Mother, Mother"

"Grandpa Came Back As a Dog"

"Die in Battle"

"Gonna Be a Star"