Tori Tullier is an ASCAP Award winning songwriter based in Nashville, TN originally from Annapolis, MD. In 2014 she received the ASCAP Foundation Sammy Cahn Lyric Writing Award for her song "Your Nicotine." Past winners of the award include John Mayer, Lori Mckenna, Josh Ritter and Katie Herzig. She has performed at Tin Pan South, Nashville's legendary songwriting festival, as well as the Bluebird Cafe, and had songs featured in Rolling Stone Country, Music Row Magazine, and more. Tori is actively involved with ASCAP and was selected to be a member of the GPS Project for 2014. She has also performed for their We Create Music Series.
Tori moved to Nashville after graduating from the University of Miami in 2011 with a degree in Commercial Music Composition and a minor in Music Business. Her focus was voice and piano. At Miami, she took first place in the Bruce Hornsby Songwriting Competition (with Bruce as a judge) and was honored to open for hit songwriter Lamont Dozier (“Baby Love” – The Supremes, “Baby I Need Your Loving” – The Four Tops). She is currently writing and recording new material and can be found performing around Nashville.