Listening to just a few minutes of a Missy Covill song reveal that the Iron Cowgirl is a determined and serious rock artist with a distinctive ability to tell stories through her music. Her first album “Heart of Steel” was released in 2010, second album, “Chasing My Dreams” released in 2012 and in 2017, “Switching Gears was released. After five years, Missy Covill is bringing a Southern Rock feel, and some sass, with her new album, “Where Do I Run”. “There is a story to be told, and this album with do just that!”. Now she is absolutely chasing her dreams: writing, performing, meeting so many amazing people, and recording music that mirrors her life. Missy Covill is honored and humbled to have accepted awards from the United States Military, St. Jude Children’s hospital, MDA, WFLAG and many other charities. An avid motorcycle enthusiast, AMA, Motor Maid, Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, and HOG member, she has logged over 150,000 miles on two wheels and shares her stories of survival through her music and encouraging others to always chase their dreams and never give up. Music and motorcycles are a couple things that make Missy Covill feel at home while performing. After overcoming cancer, and matters of the heart, she packed up everything she could fit onto her Harley-Davidson (Mr. Bones) along with her guitar, and hit the road with only $250 in cash and a tent. Her 15,000 mile, ten-week journey chronicled in her song “Open Road
,” took her around the coast of Michigan, down to the Gulf of Mexico, back up through the Smoky Mountains, and ultimately to Sturgis, South Dakota which hosts the largest annual motorcycle event in the world.