Nashville's newest darling, Caitlin Quisenberry, is full speed ahead as she quickly moves up the ranks of country music. Undoubtedly, Quisenberry is blessed with one of the most exciting and fresh voices in country music today. She may be new to the Nashville music scene, but Quisenberry is no stranger to the public eye. She has been singing and performing for more than a decade. At 14 years old, she worked with Grammy-winning producer Robert Cutarella on a four-song EP. The following year, she auditioned for American Idol, where she nabbed a Golden Ticket and was pushed through to Hollywood. In 2013, the vocalist was crowned Miss Colorado Outstanding Teen after singing to a sold-out audience at Denver's Ellie Caulkins Opera House. Quisenberry then decided to attend Pepperdine University, where she graduated with a degree in Philosophy, an emphasis in Vocal Performance and a certificate in Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine Law School.
While attending the University, Quisenberry pursued a career in acting. Her time spent in Hollywood landed her leading roles in national commercials including Kelloggs Frosted Flakes and Doritos, along with her most notable role in the ABC TV sitcom, "Blackish". Although she loved acting, singing was always her true passion. Quisenberry was given the opportunity her Sophomore year of college to study abroad in Lausanne, Switzerland with renowned opera singer Karine Mkrtchyan. Quisenberry believes her classical background is what has given her an advantage in the sea of incredibly talented singers. Upon graduating, Quisenberry was chosen by her Pepperdine vocal coach to sing lead vocals for the Harbor Unplugged bluegrass concert. As she sang with a Nashville based band, Quisenberry knew that country was the direction she wanted to take her music! Alongside legendary artists, her music has been spotlighted in print, online publications, and major Spotify playlists including: New Music Nashville, Nashville Stripped, CMT, Whisky Riff's New Friday Playlist, The Nash News, Country Belles Radio, 97.9 Kiss Country, KLZ 100.7 FM, Women of Country, Raised on It, Country Note, Westword, ThinkTankNashville, NewBreak, Off The Row Magazine, Pro Country, The Country Note, Denver Westword, SpotOnColorado.com, Voyager, Medium.com and more.
Currently, the red-headed vocalist is enjoying success with "Blue", "S.O.S.", "Let Love Die" and "Imogene". Quisenberry continues to write music and is gearing up for the release of her next single titled, "Get Loud With Me", her most dynamic single yet!
About Caitlin's Singles
"Rolling out her lead single 'Blue' in February 2020 off her self-titled new EP, it didn't take long for country listeners to take a shine to her soaring, pitch-perfect vocals that harken an Alison Krauss-esque feel, heard in the chorus of the forlorn lead single, 'Blue'". ~Denver Westword
Country Music Television (CMT) noticed and premiered the rising star's debut music video ("Blue"), adding it to their music video page in March 2020. Watch the music video here.
Her follow-up single, "S.O.S.", garnered attention right out of the gates with its feisty, independent attitude and was picked up by Spotify for their editorial playlist titled "New Music Nashville".
Stream "S.O.S." here.
Quisenberry debuted her single "Let Love Die" on May 1, 2020, which marks the third release the country music singer and songwriter has put out from her eponymous forthcoming EP and generated over 60,000 streams on Spotify. CMT added "Let Love Die" to their Round Up music playlist as well.
"You have a really pretty voice" ~ Leslie Fram, Senior Vice President of Music Strategy for CMT.
Most recently, Quisenberry released her fourth single, "Imogene", curating over 20,000 streams/downloads within the first two weeks of its release. The daydream-like narrative of "Imogene" is being perfectly paired with an animated music video created by one of Hollywood's most talented cartoonists, Tom Schneiders.
Stream "Imogene" here.