What's in a voice. When you listen to Kylie Trout, you hear enough life for 3 lifetimes packed into an 18 year old. The story of Kylie is both tragic, yet inspiring. From a broken relationship with her mother, to harnessing her old soul to produce beautifully eloquent lyrics. Catch Kylie's story!
Episode 35 features singer-songwriter Kylie Trout. The guys talk to Kylie about her plans after graduation, using social media to grow her platform and the immediate success of her first couple of singles. The guys also discuss upcoming livestream concerts, @lukecombs new album and the winner of the March Single of the Month contest @lazywayneband. Kylie Trout can be found on all social media at @thekylietrout. Listen to the episode now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or .
Southern California native Kylie Trout joins the podcast to talk about the influence of social media and the school-music balance in her life. Check out her latest release, "Can't Be Lonely" wherever you stream music. Also find her on all social media platforms @thekylietrout.Want some amazing clothes? Check out our friends at Southern Creek Clothing (www.southerncreekclothing.com) and use the code TGCOUNTRY for 20% OFF your next purchase!ALSO we have a new website! Head over to tgatecountry.com to find writeups, features, and information you won't hear on our podcast.Thanks for supporting our independent podcast and LISTEN LOCAL!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tgatecountry/support
Crazy Women Country Presents an Interview with Kylie Trout
Crazy Women Country
Hello Friends! Join us today for another Crazy Women Country episode! Be sure to check out the interview on our YouTube channel Today, we will be chatting with seventeen-year-old singer/songwriter Kylie Trout and discussing the women who have inspired her to follow her dreams into country music. Listen to the conversation about her new single Extra, and she'll answer some fun light-hearted quick-fire questions. Why not sit back, relax and listen. To learn more about Kylie and her music check out her socials. Website - https://kylietrout.com/ Instagram - https://instagram.com/thekylietrout Facebook - http://facebook.com/thekylietrout Twitter - http://twitter.com/thekylietrout Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/KylieTrout --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crazywomencountry/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crazywomencountry/support
At 17, up and coming Country artist, Kylie Trout, has had her share of heart ache. She and I discuss family relationships, school dances, her video and her single, "Extra". Make sure to follow Kylie on social media and check out her music on all streaming platforms. Catch the podcast where ever you get your faves from. @kylietrout kylietrout.com @b4Nashville #kylietrout #country #music #countrymusic #popmusic #countrypopmusic #extra #calicountry #podcast #podcastlife #independent #independentcountrymusic #indiecountry #indiecountrymusic #indiecountryartist #artist Podcast VO provided by Fish Podcast intro music written, performed, and produced by Stephen Davis. All rights reserved--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Kylie Trout may only be 17, but you wouldn't know it from her voice or maturity. After growing up without her biological mom, Kylee's one goal is to make an impression on someone's life, just like her inspiration Kellie Pickler. She shares her new song Extra and dishes on the real life story behind it. Get your free audiobook & explore Audible while you support the podcast - audibletrial.com/TeePartyFollow Kylie Trout here - https://kylietrout.com/ Check out her newest Youtube video - https://youtu.be/m_7Y0VzfO_M TeeParty Merchandise is available here - https://bit.ly/2Z2IspI
We had the pleasure of interviewing Kylie Trout over Zoom video! Like many of her fellow graduating seniors, Trout has a bright future on the horizon. But perhaps unlike many of her peers, she is carving a path to stardom. "Everybody that I meet always tells me 'you're not 17, you're an old soul," she laughs. "And I love that." After experiencing abuse from her biological mother at a young age, Trout spent the first eight years of her life being raised by a single dad and her grandparents in Southern California. “Music was my saving grace because I feel like I had to mature very quickly when I was little because there was a lot of things going on that other kids might not understand with my mom."Throughout her childhood, Trout continued to discover her love of music in new ways. After having a bout of stage fright during a vocal lesson that led her to run out of the room in tears when it was her turn to sing, Trout's loved ones were surprised when this same shy girl commanded the stage at her fourth-grade talent show singing Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." There's a distinct element that connects generations of Country music that Trout is drawn to. "Country's all about telling a story, and that's why I run to it so much," she shares. "I think that's where the older country comes in with, the newer country… I like to mix that modern pop sound, but with a story." As naturally as she can master a clever lyric, Trout also knows how to craft a compelling story. Trout turned her own struggles into music, penning a song about her mother that allowed her to channel all of her pain, longing, and "what if?" questions. "Everything just flowed out, and I got everything I wanted to say off my chest, and it just felt so good." Initially, the singer deemed it too personal to share with the world. But after some motivation from her father, the singer had a change of heart. "People from literally all over the world messaged me saying 'This is my story, this is what happened to me and your song saved me,'" Trout recalls of fans' overwhelming reactions. "That right there was just the best feeling in the world.It's this kind of versatility that fans can expect from Trout's upcoming debut EP, where some songs are focused on relationships, one intriguingly offers a "broad look on the younger generation," and others are simply "fun" and "upbeat." "I think all of my songs hold a different story," she narrates. "I want to mix everything around and tell completely different stories for my first EP because I feel like that's me." As Trout's platform continues to rise, some of her biggest aspirations include performing at the Grand Ole Opry and Stagecoach Festival. But her ultimate goal is to offer fans "three minutes of happiness," sharing the life lessons instilled in her through her music. "Things happen in life, and we may not like them, and bad things happen to good people, but at the end of the day, there's a reason for everything, and I like to convey that in my songs. I hope that gets across to people who listen to the music." We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #foryou #foryoupage #stayhome #togetherathome #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bringinbackpod/support
In this episode, we chat with California native, 17-year old country artist Kylie Trout and discuss the different aspects of her life as a rising artist and the balance and maturity it takes to be successful at a young age.