Deanna Loveland is a harpist, pianist, singer/songwriter. Originally from the eastern shore of Maryland, Deanna studied piano at the age of 5, began learning the harp when she was 11 and by the time she was 16 kept a busy schedule of 130 performances each year. She began songwriting at an early age and in 2005, she was 1st runner-up out of 12,000 entries in USA Weekend Magazine’s national songwriting competition judged by Simon Cowell and Fantasia Barrino. After moving to Nashville in 2008, she signed with a talent agency and appeared in music videos and commercials as a model/actress. She has appeared in commercials for Toyota and Target; music videos for artists including Ruben Studdard, Brooks & Dunn, Keith Urban; and film roles including, “A Pure Country Gift II” and “Country Strong”. Her performance resume includes a wide range of venues from the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville and private events for Jerry Bruckheimer at his estate in Kentucky, to performing in Mexico at the Premier Iglesia Bautista. She has released 3 albums and a few music videos, including a Christmas video featuring her single “If I Could Make It Snow”. Deanna’s philanthropy work over the years has involved numerous fundraising efforts, mission trips and volunteer work, for which she received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award signed by George W. Bush during his presidency. In April 2016 she was crowned Mrs. Tennessee International 2016 and helps women and girls struggling with severe life traumas through her organization, "Beauty Unveiled". Deanna is married, has two boys under the age of three, and lives in Nashville, Tennessee.