17-year old high school senior Kylie Trout is already carving a path to stardom. Having already released a number of successful singles, the talented songstress prepares the release of her first EP filled with versatile cross-genre-bending storytelling. Fans can expect a mix of traditional Country music sounds with Pop and R&B influences. "Country's all about telling a story, and that's why I run to it so much,” Trout shares. “I like to mix a modern pop sound with a story." As Trout continues to grow a loyal fanbase, her ultimate goal is to offer fans "three minutes of happiness," sharing the life lessons instilled in her through her music. Inspired by her dreams to perform at the Grand Ole Opry and Stagecoach Festival, she is already making a name for herself. She’s been supported by Radio Disney and has opened for Jerrod Niemann, Marshall Tucker Band and Leigh Nash (Sixpence None the Richer). Her two previous releases, “You & I” and “Can’t Remember Growing Up,” have already accumulated over 100k+ streams each on Spotify. Like many of her fellow graduating seniors, Trout has a bright future on the horizon. But perhaps unlike many of her peers, she is carving a path to stardom. In fact, Daily Music Roll called Trout “a young new gem in the music industry whose vocal prowess is astounding.” Trout offers a new blend of relatable and innovative Cali-Country, featuring her powerhouse vocals that are full of infectious soul and a touch of twang.
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