JUST A SMALL TOWN GIrl...
Maryland-raised, turned Nashville resident singer/songwriter, Kaitlyn Croker has been singing since she could talk and performing since the age of 9. Over the years, she has been scouted by various competition television shows and has been pursued by a number of major record labels. Influenced by legendary country musicians such as Faith Hill and Martina McBride, and current artists Cody Johnson and Kameron Marlowe, Kaitlyn's style of music reflects that old school vibe mixed with modern soul and grit, showcasing her powerhouse vocals.
Having resided in Nashville for just over two years, 18-year old Kaitlyn has already made waves across the country performing original, passionate songs that resonate with her audience. She has been seen delivering performances from the Mid-Atlantic to the world famous Flora-Bama Lounge on the Gulf coast to Texas and everywhere in between!
Some of her most noteworthy performances include opening for Todd Tilghman, NBC's 'The Voice' season 18 winner, Rhonda Vincent, 'The Queen of Bluegrass', and 90's country hit band, Shenandoah. Kaitlyn debuted her first release ‘Ascending’ at the Johnny Cash Farm, as she was featured in Chad Wilson’s album. She continues to give memorable performances throughout Nashville singing at such notable locations as The Local, Live Oak, and the iconic BlueBird Cafe.
During the week days in and around classes, work and Jiu Jitsu, Kaitlyn can be found participating in writers rounds and performing locally in and around the Nashville metropolitan area.