Olivia is a 20 year old Country music Singer/Songwriter from Canby, Oregon. She is the daughter of accomplished Country and Western Singer/Songwriter and recording artist Joni Harms. Olivia grew up singing and playing music with her mother, traveling with her and joining her on stage since the age of 3. Olivia started playing guitar at 9 years old, months later she was writing songs and preforming them for family and friends.
Olivia grew up on century farm homesteaded in 1872 by her great great grandfather. Growing up she was surrounded by agriculture as well as music, both turning into strong passions. She is currently attending Oregon State University for a bachelor degree in Agriculture Business Management, while pursuing her music career.
In 2012 Olivia released her debut self-titled CD compiled of 11 songs she wrote and co-wrote. Since then Olivia has preformed all over the country including The National FFA Convention, National Finals Rodeo, Denver Stock Show, Miss Rodeo America Pageant, Corral Boot party, many county fairs and festivals, including the Lake County Fair and Round-Up where she opened for country duo Dan+Shay.
Olivia loves sharing her stories and songs with others and is thankful for each person who lends an ear to her music. She says “Since I was little I have always had a love for music and it has always been a huge part of my life. I can’t imagine life without it. I am so thankful that I get to do something I love, and that other people enjoy it too. I thank God every day for giving me the gift of music and I thank my fans for letting me share my passion with them.”