Our Story

SongStory Music was created in November 2020 in Nashville, TN where dreamers can be found on every corner. After a devastating year for the creative community here in Nashville, founder Sarah Moseley wanted to find a way to help her music community and also provide an opportunity for songwriters to make additional money. As a local songwriter herself, she began to dream up the idea of a business that offered custom songs from Nashville artists and create a unique opportunity for customers wanting a custom song to experience the talent right here in Music City. By being a part of SongStory Music, you’re a part of a mission and we can’t wait to write a personalized song for you. 


About Our Founder

Sarah Moseley

Sarah is a Nashville-based pop singer/songwriter (JOVVI) that has become a pop sensation in the music industry. Creating a new and unique sound, Sarah continues to ignite a powerful voice into the pop world. She has been writing and singing for over 15 years and has released compelling singles that have been heard on numerous TV shows and promos. Sarah has been featured in Belmont University’s Top 100 Entrepreneurs list, as well as a guest speaker for the college entrepreneurship initiative. Sarah continues to be inspired by all of the talented artists and producers that she has been able to work with since her big move to Nashville and wanted to create a business that offered songwriting services so artists could do what they love and provide another layer of financial income. She is passionate about helping local songwriters thrive on every level. Originally from Oklahoma, she returned to the music city to continue pursuing her songwriting career full time. As a fellow songwriter, she believes in the giftings and talent that embodies all of the creatives here in Nashville and hopes SongStory Music can continue to make an impact in Music City.

Fun Facts About Music City

Bon Jovi, Michael Buble and Sheryl Crow all were made in Nashville.

Tin Pan South is home to the largest songwriters festival in the world, bringing in nearly 350 songwriters performing original music.

Elvis recorded more than 200 songs at Nashville’s RCA Studio B.

The Ryman Auditorium was first used as a place for gospel meetings and is now known as the “Mother Church of country music.”

The Grand Ole Opry is the world’s longest-running live music radio show.

Nashville has over 180 live music venues.

82 people move to Nashville every day!

Nashville is considered the songwriting capital of the world.