Caroline Kole is not your average teenager. Her normal week may consist of school on Monday, a writing appointment on Tuesday, recording in a studio Wednesday and then opening shows for artists like Reba, Blake Shelton, Alan Jackson, Martina McBride and Charlie Daniels on Friday. At just 16 years old, Caroline knows her passion lies in becoming a Country music artist.
Caroline was born in Houston, TX and grew up in Tampa, FL singing along to The Phantom of the Opera soundtrack and the Dixie Chicks while riding in her car seat. After many failed attempts at sports, she received her first guitar at 8 years old from her parents. Caroline took to it immediately and with green crayon in hand wrote her first song, “Questions,” about a boy at school. Songwriting eventually led Caroline to visit Nashville, where through a friend she was connected to Narvel Blackstock, Reba McEntire’s husband and manager. Narvel heard Caroline’s song “Old Enough To Love” and immediately wanted to meet her. They have been working together ever since.
In 2011, Caroline moved to Nashville after being offered a publishing and artist development deal with Sony/ATV. She most recently released her debut single, “Money To Me,” on Starstruck Records and can currently be found on the road opening for Reba. Caroline also has an endorsement deal with Martin Guitars.
When Caroline isn’t performing or writing, she can be found out hanging out with her family and friends, shopping online, playing with her cat Rikki or reading.