April Geesbreght (pronounced JEZ-bray) was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas.
She started writing songs at a young age and recorded her first EP when she was 16 with producer/artist/songwriter K.S. Rhodes. This sparked the start of her pop/rock band under her name. Over the next 10 years, April released 3 full-length records and another EP.
In 2010, April made the move to Nashville. Within her first year in Nashville, Geesbreght began to have success across genres in pop, country, CCM, and tv/film. CCM artist, Aaron Shust recorded, “My Hope Is In You,” which was #1 for 14 weeks on the Christian Billboard Chart and American Idol runner-up Country artist Lauren Alaina recorded “Dirt Road Prayer.”
In May 2011, April signed her first publishing deal, a co-venture with Sony/ATV and My Good Girl Music, owned by Grammy Award winning producer Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts). Some of her cuts include “Dance Hall” by Danielle Bradbury; “Parachute” by Kris Allen; “Heart Tells Your Head” by Tim Halperin; “A Little Bit Of Wonderful” and “Hate That I Still Love You” by Kristy Cox. She is currently writing with Maggie Chapman, Tiffany Vartanyan, Ellee Duke, Lauren Alaina, and Cassadee Pope for their upcoming projects.
In April of 2015, April signed a worldwide publishing deal with ole.