Around the world and settled in Nashville is Caitlin Quisenberry. Originally from Colorado, Caitlin would attend church service with her grandpa where she first learned to sing. At just 14 years old, she worked with Grammy-winning producer Robert Cutarella on a four-song EP. And at the age of 15, Caitlin become the youngest to audition for American Idol where she was handed a golden ticket to Hollywood. She was also crowned Miss Colorado after singing Martina McBride’s “Anyway” in 2013.
For college, Caitlyn went west to Pepperdine University where she majored in vocal performance. During her sophomore year, Caitlin went abord to Lausanne, Switzerland for classical training and returned to perform in a Nashville based band, which drew her to country music.
Now in Nashville with her family, Caitlin is networking constantly promoting her new single “Imogene.” About being jealous of another girl and imagining what could’ve been, the song is relatable to many. The music video released on September 8th features cartoons and can be seen below.
Find Caitlin on Instagram at @caitlinquisenberrymusic and on her website here.
Author: Nicole Marchesi