Country pop singer-songwriter Gracie Carol, steps into her own lane With early roots in country music, Carol found her love for the genre and songwriting after listening to stars such as Alan Jackson and Teri Clark. With dreams of becoming a performer, her true colors emerged in 2014 after winning a contest to sing with Country Music Legend Keith Urban on his Raise Em’ Up Tour. He then invited Gracie to audition for American Idol Season XIV, making it to the first round of Hollywood Week. After living her dreams for a day, she was ready to take on the next chapter of living those dreams for life.
Now living in Nashville, TN, Carol has written, recorded, and released an abundance of singles including her debut EP released in November of 2019. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Music in 2019, Carol went overseas working as the lead female singer in Norwegian Joy’s Top Shelf Country Band. Fulfilling her dreams of singing country music and traveling, Carol still felt something was missing from her career. Now co-writing and performing music virtually more than ever before, she released her highly anticipated women empowerment song “3 Minutes” debuting on Apple’s Country Hot Tracks for 2 weeks. She debuted on CMT with “3 Minutes” music video and is a huge advocate to Change the Conversation for women in country music each day. Find the singer-songwriter on any streaming platform including Spotify and Apple Podcasts on her new series of Girl Most Likely Podcast. She continues to grow as an artist with hopes to play the Grand Ole Opry, and be recognized with those of the “Next Women of Country.”