Singer-songwriter Kasey Tyndall is making her stamp on country music with her edgy, rock-infused, hard-hitting country sound.
Tyndall first picked up the guitar in sixth grade after being assigned a writing project in school. She taught herself a few chords and learned she could convey her words to music. Since then, she fell in love with the craft and has been writing and performing ever since.
With roots going back to a small town outside Greenville, NC, Tyndall worked three jobs while singing on the side with dreams of moving to Music City. That dream quickly became reality after winning a radio station contest to duet with Keith Urban at a Raleigh, NC tour date. In 2015, Tyndall decided to pursue music full-time and made the move to Nashville.
Tapped as a “hard-rock country badass” by Rolling Stone, Tyndall has shared the stage with renowned musicians like Joe Diffie, Kane Brown, Granger Smith, Stryper, The Cadillac Three and more. Her musical influences range from Miranda Lambert and Allison Krauss to Avril Lavigne and Joan Jett, reflecting her innate ability to resonate among hard rock and roll and country fans alike. Tyndall continues to write and record new music in Nashville, TN with her new single “Middle Man” — which chronicles life with divorced parents — out now.