“Life is Good” for young country singer-songwriter Electra Mustaine. Nashville’s sassy, smart, young teenage artist with the big voice has been songwriting since she was 15 years old and recently released her first original single aptly titled “Life Is Good” on iTunes worldwide in August 2016.

Electra grew up in the small, rural town of Fallbrook, California and carries on the tradition being a rebel through music — like her famous father Dave Mustaine, founder of the internationally acclaimed rock band Megadeth.
Instead of rock, Electra’s small town roots grew into her love of country music. She grew up performing at county fairs and NASCAR events before finally relocating to Music City in 2014 at age 16 to focus on her music and songwriting fulltime – collaborating with some of Nashville’s best songwriters including Nathan Chapman, Dave Pahanish and Kent Wells. At 18, she has a fresh sound with a young authentic edge to her original music. Plus, Electra still has her rural roots intact living on her family farm in nearby Franklin, Tennessee where she draws inspiration through living the country life.

She’s already going strong in 2016 with her music making her debut in Rolling Stone Country where her music video launch of “I Thought I Knew It All” was their most viewed feature in 2016… and on SiriusXM Radio’s The Highway premiering “Life Is Good”; performing during the CMA Music Festival, plus hosting a Nashville Songwriter’s Retreat in Scotland and performing at the famous King Tut’s in Glasgow in June.

Electra has already been invited to perform at several summer NASCAR events including Watkins Glen, Pocono Raceway and Talladega.

Electra has been performing since she was a child – from musical theatre to television where she co-hosted a national TV show on Animal Planet. She connects with her audience which has grown through social media both in the U.S. and internationally. Here’s a view of her presence on a few of her platforms: Instagram 44.6k, Twitter 16.2k, YouTube 4000

Michael Sweet featuring Electra Mustaine - "Heart Of Gold" from Michael Sweet's "I'm Not Your Suicide"