Free Show in Lower Meadow Pavillion
Monday July 24, 2017 4:30 & 7:00
Tuesday July 25, 2017 4:30 & 7:00
Caroline Kole has been making music professionally since she was 10 years old. Caroline is signed to Starstruck Records in Nashville and is managed by Narvel Blackstock of Starstruck Entertainment, the home to Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson.
Caroline has been on a two year international tour with Reba McEntire. Reba first saw Caroline perform at the famed Bluebird Cafe in Nashville five years ago. The two have been working together ever since.
“I have so many incredible memories of my time on the road with Reba. But one stands out – I was on the side of the stage and I made the sign of a heart to her just before she walked on stage, and she pointed at me and mouthed ‘I love you!’ Yeah…that actually happened. Oh, and I’ve come to learn her band members are quite the practical jokers too!”
Caroline has been balancing life as a professional musician and student for the past four years. She graduated High School in May 2015 and is currently a Freshman in college at Belmont University in Nashville.
Caroline released her first self-titled studio album in 2013. On the day of its release, it broke the iTunes Country Album Top 40, and iTunes dubbed her release, “New and Noteworthy.” The first single, “Money To Me” was featured nationwide on Sirius XM, where Caroline was named a “Highway Find” Artist. The video for “Money To Me” debuted at #1 on the CMT Pure 12 Pack Countdown, and went on to hold the top spot for several weeks.
The second release from the album, “If He’d Ever Look Up,” also took the #1 spot on the same CMT Countdown. CMT has named Caroline a featured “Listen Up” Artist.
Her new Video for the single “Hey Boy” explores a more pop side to Caroline’s music. Other new music such as “Ready, Set, Run” and “Goodbye Song”
Have this talented and versatile young artist on the verge of Stardom. The future is bright for Caroline Kole!
Caroline was born in Houston, Texas and raised in Florida. She got her first guitar at age 8, and began songwriting soon after. She performed under the stage name Suite Caroline until 2012, when she changed her name to Caroline Kole just before opening a show for Blake Shelton in Indianapolis, Indiana.