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Singer, songwriter, and actor Kaylee Keller doesn’t have to reach far into her bag of tricks to impress and delight her audience.Read more
Singer, songwriter, and actor Kaylee Keller doesn’t have to reach far into her bag of tricks to impress and delight her audience. With a keen sense of what moves the heart and inspires all ages, Kaylee easily fits into her developing career as a top recording artist. In a current culture of image shaming, Kaylee shines a beautiful light through the window of self confidence and self love, a message desperately needed by a growing generation. Her bright, punchy soprano voice fluidly moves through several genres including pop, christian and country. A life long fan of Shirley Temple, Ms. Keller admired the happiness that Temple always evoked in her audience and strived to emulate that enthusiasm for entertaining from a very young age. With the unending encouragement of her parents and siblings, Keller danced & sang through her younger years performing wherever and whenever she could. Keller never swayed from the possibility of being in the spotlight forever. After branching out through a Christian based talent showcase called AMTC and pursuing her dream of acting and recording, it wasn’t long before she was recognized by a top talent scout in New York City. Kaylee was set up with Capital Records and they connected her with one of the best artist development companies in the business. Through this relationship Kaylee was able to collaborate with a “who’s who” list of music industry professionals who have guided Kaylee’s efforts into the upcoming EP, Diamond. Kaylee Keller’s title track, “Diamond” which is now avaliable, neatly packages her life’s purpose into one perfectly wrapped anthem. “Lift your head up high ‘cause you’re beautiful,” lyrics co-written by the stellar combo of herself, her mom and top Nashville based songwriter, Jeff Pardo, sum up Kaylee’s number one goal; empowering young women and men to embrace their inner beauty and talents and love themselves despite the world’s efforts to encourage feeling inadequate. Keller ultimately credits God’s grace and the constant support of her family in helping her reach the point she’s at today. Her perseverance and positivity will no doubt enable her to soar to new heights through her music and reach those who need her message the most. “Diamonds are the most precious jewels. They are rare, beautiful and highly prized. However, they are nothing compared to our value in God’s eyes. My song, “Diamond” shares that message of how each and every one of us is beautiful and one of a kind made in the image of God.” – Kaylee Keller
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