Kaylee Rose Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show

 Kaylee Rose Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International Magazine & Radio Show

1. Tell us about your new single “Stuff” and the story behind the song. 

 

Stuff
is a song about grieving the loss of a loved one and not being able to
let go of the items that belonged to that person. The song capitalizes
on the fact there can be sentimental value to belongings once someone is
no longer around.

 

2.
Music has many new fans throughout Europe who may be hearing about you
for the first time. How would you describe yourself and the music you
play to someone who has never seen or heard you? 

 

I would describe my
sound as a blend of country and hip-hop. My songs are structured
lyrically the way country songs are, and the melodies are more pop/hip
hop.

 

3. Who inspires you musically and how deep do your musical roots run? 

 

I do not have one specific person that inspires me. I grew up loving everything from Johnny Cash to Beyonce.

 

4. What venue/location is at the top of your list to play?  

 

The
Ryman and the St. Augustine Amphitheater. I grew up going to so many
concerts there. It would be the coolest full circle moment to play at my
hometown Amphitheater.

 

5. What inspired you to become a songwriter? 

 

I
taught myself how to play guitar and sing when I was in middle school.
Once I started playing cover shows at bars, people would always ask if I
had my own songs. That is what led me to start writing.

 

6. What drives you? 

 

There
is not one specific thing that drives me. Whenever I have my mind and
heart set on something, I’m also determined and focused on doing
whatever I need to do to get there.

 

7. What’s your favorite song that you wish you could have recorded? 

 

That is way too hard to answer! So many good songs.

 

8. Do you have any interesting stories about how fans have been affected by your music? 

 

Well
with my new single ’Stuff’, I have had strangers come up to me and tell
me that the song has made them cry and relate it to their own personal
situations. That is an amazing feeling for me to know that my music is
moving people.

 

9. What are your dreams for the future? 

 

Just to keep growing and building everything I am doing as a songwriter and artist.

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