,Charlotte Young met music at a young age. Growing up to Shania Twain and Dolly Parton, she took to YouTube to discover a wide range of country artists. In recovery after a car accident, she picked up the guitar and began songwriting. Describing her songwriting process as the “clumsiest songwriting process in the world,” Charlotte writes whenever inspiration strikes never forcing the process. In fact, her single “Whiplash” was written in just 20 minutes. Charlotte telling Bells and Gals in an interview “Whiplash sort of happened at whiplash speed, so quick and unexpected. I had a friend who met somebody, and that person was so unclear and indecisive about what they wanted from one minute to the next that my friend was so frustrated she just turned around to me and said, ‘I feel like he’s giving me whiplash’ a few hours after that I sat down with my guitar and whiplash was born!”
Charlotte has an acoustic sound, creating an intimate feel for her audience such as in her most recent single “Praying for Rain.” At shows, Charlotte loves to connect with the audience. Bringing lots of energy, she never wants to be predictable. Every show, its own experience. During quarantine, she’s been focusing on music and self-care. Her end goal, to create music for a living.
Stay connected with Charlotte on social media here. She is currently working with Scarlett River Management for future releases.