Country Music Singer
“I have had the pleasure of working with Caitlin in the past and I was so excited to hear her current music! She has developed her own sound, which is amazing! I am sure that you will be hearing from her for many years to come.” ~ Robert Cutarella/Multiple GRAMMY Award-winning Producer/Songwriter
Undoubtedly, Nashville singer/songwriter Caitlin Quisenberry is blessed with one of the most exciting and fresh voices in country music today. Recently rolling out her lead single “Blue” 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.” 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. 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 “New Music Nashville” list, where the uptempo cut has sat on Spotify’s curated 85-track editorial playlist since mid-March 2020.
Now, Quisenberry debuts her new 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. CMT confirmed they will be adding "Let Love Die" to their Round Up music playlist.
You have a really pretty voice ~ Leslie Fram, Senior Vice President of Music Strategy for CMT
No stranger to the spotlight, Quisenberry 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 demo. 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. She’s also performed at the Prague Choral Festival and sang lead vocals at the Harbor Unplugged bluegrass concert.
Quisenberry, who has been performing since kindergarten, when she first sang “The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow” from the show “Annie” in her school’s talent show, graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, where she graduated with a music emphasis in vocal performance—focusing on classical music and sacred a cappella music. She also studied voice in Lausanne, Switzerland, for four months with renowned opera singer Karine Mkrtchyan.
Currently, the red-headed vocalist is enjoying success with “Blue” and “S.O.S" and "Let Love Die." In less than two months of the release of "Blue," Caitlin Quisenberry's video has been featured on CMT, while her music has been spotlighted in print and online publications, including The Women of Country Music, Off The Row Magazine, ThinkTankNashville.com, Raised On It, The Country Note, Denver Westword, SpotOnColorado.com, Voyager, Medium.com, NewsBreak and more.
About Caitlin's New EP
Caitlin's music was produced in Nashville, TN. at Off The Row Studio. Through using the soundboard that was once housed at
The Grand Ole Opry, producer, P.T Houston, was able to create a perfect blend of the old and the new.
The music you are about to hear was produced using only live instrumentation from A-list musicians
(Mark Prentice, Danny Parks, and Matthew Bubel), some of whom are Grammy Award winners.
With a compilation of powerful lyrics and harmonious melodies, “Blue” is a poetic, timeless and hauntingly beautiful piece that stirs one’s emotions as they listen to the heartbreaking lyrics. Caitlin Quisenberry hopes you enjoy the song; so please feel free to listen, share, and send her your comments. Music video was premiered on CMT (Country Music Television).
We've all had that relationship where we've put up with way too much, and "S.O.S." is a tribute to finally saying, enough is enough. On the spirited, uptempo "S.O.S.", it breathes a feisty, take no-guff, female empowerment attitude that harkens a lyrical vibe similar to Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats,"
Let Love Die
The message of this song is very profound. When it feels like you aren't in control, you still can be - in that you're always in control of how you react. I caution the listener to not be fooled by the soothing and sweet sounding melody, as these lyrics deserve their full attention - they are raw and full of vulnerability.