Accolades for hard work seem to follow the Louisiana bred spitfire, Kylie Frey.
This chart-topping singer/songwriter, who just so happens to have spent years competing in the rodeo circuit, is ready for everyone to hear her nationally recognized single, featuring Randy Rogers, “Too Bad”. “Too Bad” is the first single released from Frey’s forthcoming EP. The song is produced by Paul Worley, a Grammy, CMA, and ACM Award winning producer, who also produced for Lady Antebellum, Dixie Chicks, Martina McBride, and many other country giants, and Tony Ardoin, producer of her first EP, which cranked out two Top 10’s and her first #1 “Rodeo Man” on Texas Regional Radio Report Charts.
Kylie Frey, the former rodeo queen, has always enjoyed the spotlight. She grew up competing in rodeos that coupled as her singing debut, where she was asked to sing “The National Anthem” before they would begin. “Looking back, I love that rodeo taught me to be independent, driven, and hardworking,” states Frey.
At the age of 15, she began writing and has not looked back. Between rodeos, singing, and writing, the now 22-year-old beauty has respectfully been nominated for “New Female Vocalist of the Year” and “Female Vocalist of the Year” at the TRRM Awards, as well as her video, “The Chase, has been nominated for “Music Video of the Year”. It was her first ever debut single that enjoyed an impressive 28 weeks on the Texas charts.
Frey has since enlisted top video director, Peter Zavadil, to direct and produce the hit video duet, “Too Bad”, with stellar performances from her and co-star, Randy Rogers. The video has gained national attention on CMT, GAC, and other social media networks around the world. She’s continuing to tour and share the stage with many of today’s mainstream acts. As she continues to make her musical mark on Texas and many other parts of the nation, until Kylie Frey becomes a household name, both nationally and internationally.
Kylie has already made her name as a champion goat tier and rodeo queen and now shares her voice and songs with everyone.