Kalie Shorr burst onto the Nashville music scene in 2016 with her self-penned hit “Fight Like A Girl.” The Portland, Maine singer-songwriter became a Sirius XM Highway Find and was praised by Spotify, CMT, Radio Disney Country, Taste of Country and even Billboard magazine. In 2017, Kalie released her Slingshot EP to rave reviews and was named a “New Artist You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone, “The New Nashville” by Teen Vogue, and one of “2017’s Hottest Artists Under 25” by Taste of Country. Her new single “Two Hands” just premiered on Radio Disney Country and will be followed by a new EP in late 2017. Playing over 100 shows a year, Kalie’s message of female-empowerment has led to her being called the next “Women of Country” generation [CMChat].
Best defined as “punk country,” Kalie Shorr proved yet again that she is the queen of content, releasing an electric new music video for her hit single “Two Hands.” Shorr gave a sneak peek to a sold-out crowd of industry and media VIPS, fans and friends during her launch party for her new EP Awake last week at The Back Corner in Nashville. The color filled, psychedelic video premiered on CMT and CMT.com Friday morning and has since been added to GAC and to the top of Vevo’s DSCVR playlist.read more
Country rockstress Kalie Shorr released Awake last night to an at-capacity crowd of fans, music industry and friends in Nashville. The highly-anticipated new project features seven songs that bring a rock-infused sound to country, showcasing Shorr’s authenticity, passion and energy which she injects into her music. Awake is available now. Each of the seven songs on the EP were accompanied with a promo exclusive, which premiered via social media on Taste of Country, Sounds Like Nashville, Radio Disney Country, Whiskey Riff, CMT, One Country, and the Country Source.read more
Nashville’s all-female singer-songwriter collective, Song Suffragettes, pointedly address gender inequality and sexual misconduct against women with a new song aptly-titled “Time’s Up” and an accompanying music video. The project and the women involved give a direct and unapologetic voice to the injustice and mistreatment of women everywhere, both inside and outside the entertainment business. The women of Song Suffragettes are using their unique platform to add their voices to the current conversation on gender inequality and sexual harassment prevalent throughout America and on a local level within the country music industry.read more
Crowned by many as the one to watch in 2018, CMT Next Women of Country artist Kalie Shorr is set to release Awake on January 26. The highly-anticipated project features seven songs that truly showcase Shorr’s ability, passion and energy she injects into her music. Awake will be available for pre-sale on iTunes January 15 while the project’s first single “Two Hands” continues to be featured on SiriusXM The Highway’s “On The Horizon,” Radio Disney Country, TuneIn Country Roads and on prominent Apple Music playlists Breaking Country and Cool Country.read more
People.com Premieres Powerful Cover of “Look What You Made Me Do” by CMT Next Women of Country’s Kalie Shorr, Kelleigh Bannen and Lindsay Ell
CMT Next Women of Country members Kalie Shorr, Lindsay Ell and Kelleigh Bannen give new meaning to girl power with a compelling cover video of Taylor Swift’s pop hit “Look What You Made Me Do.” The live performance was filmed at this years CMT Next Women of Country event on November 7. The video was premiered exclusively on People.com and CMT.com yesterday. Shorr, who is set to release her new EP in early 2018, has been an avid proponent for women throughout her career with empowering songs such as her breakout hit, “Fight Like a Girl.” Her most recent release, “Two Hands,” discusses the importance of finding a partner who accepts and loves your flaws.read more
SONG SUFFRAGETTES RELEASE INSPIRING COVER OF KEITH URBAN’S “FEMALE” FEATURING KALIE SHORR, LACY CAVALIER, LENA STONE AND MORE (click for download) CLICK HERE TO WATCH Featured on Rolling Stone Country, TODAY's YouTube Channel, Taste of Country and More, Encouraged by...read more