Holding Out Hope
“Hope is the thing with feathers 
That perches in the soul 
And sings the tune without the words 
And never stops at all.”  - Emily Dickinson


Powerful story teller. Published script writer.  

Recording artist. 

Engaging from the first word.
Gutsy, with the right amount of laughter and sass.

Tina has been professionally speaking and singing to audiences since she was a teenager. A natural on stage, she brings her authentic self into every environment - from an auditorium with bright lights or into the walls of a prison filled with felons. Tina has never met a stranger and finds human connection to be one of life's greatest gifts. 

Arriving in Nashville in 1989 with dreams of music in her head, Tina was soon singing in the studio and a regular featured artist on several local television programs.  Tina has recorded several albums in the faith and jazz genre.  In 2005, Tina founded the nonprofit organization Holding Out Hope. From 2006 - 2010 her scripts were included in five consecutive children's musicals.  In 2014, Tina Hutchison composed and performed the signature song "I Remember" for the EMMY Award Winning film, Searching for Augusta. In 2014 Tina was interviewed by Diane Sawyer for her ABC 20/20 special A Nation of Women Behind Bars


Tina Soloman makes her home in the Nashville area.  She is mother to three sons and one unique dog named Jake.   

Want to be inspired? Empowered? Motivated to tap into your natural gifts and make a difference in the world around you?  Then you will want listen to the to the insights 
Tina Soloman has gathered in her years of public service and performance. 

Her profound stories and enriching life lessons will make a lasting impact on all who will listen.  And when she sings, her brand of blue-eyed soul infuses a room with an undeniable warmth. 

Make your event inspiring and unforgettable - invite Tina to share her gifts with your audience! 
We look forward to working with you 
to make your event a meaningful success!

e-mail: tina@tinasoloman.com