You may wonder how I can still have so much to say about someone I’ve already interviewed twice. The explanation is easy – Kellie Lynne keeps progressing professionally. I could go on gushing about this girl because she keeps getting greater and reaching new goals. She’s come a long way from a cattle farm and campfires, country music always being her calling.
Two years ago when we first talked, Kellie was the # 1 unsigned country artist in Pennsylvania and she was packing up to perform in Nashville. Since making the move her songs “Bad” and “I’m There” were the # 1 requested songs on XM radio Nashville and she hasn’t stopped. You can’t just hear her in her hometown or see a show in Nashville – her songs have found fans everywhere as several stations proudly play her, even all the way in Ireland on Northern Ireland Country Radio and Strabane Radio. Gracefully getting her name out there, Kellie has performed with the likes of Loretta Lynn and at CMA FEST and she can even be seen in Cledus T. Judd’s #1 CMT music video “Double D Cups,” a parody of Toby Keith’s “Red Solo Cup.”
She has also acquired a clothing sponsorship with Altar’d State – which is more than just clothing, it’s a cause. On Mission Mondays 10% of the store’s proceeds go to various local charities and a portion of every proceed is donated to feed, shelter, clothe and educate children and they also work with women who have been exploited. As if she could be any more busy, Kellie recently released her first official video for the song “Dirt Cheap.” You can see it now on YouTube, and it will make its nationwide debut on TCN – ‘The Country Network next week!
My grandfather always told me that you can find out everything you need to know about a person from their friends. My very positive personal perceptions aside, you can tell a lot about Kellie from her fanbase, who are just as sweet and supportive as she is. Always thankful, accessible, and appreciative, Kellie would “give each and every one of you a hug personally,” if she could. As magical as it is to see a shooting star, it’s just as rare and wondrous to watch a rising one. Right now, Kellie Lynne’s star couldn’t be any brighter!