Kylie grew up with her grandparents for the first 8 years of her life. This is where she was first influenced by country music. She then moved in with her dad, stepmom, and siblings. Kylie’s mom hasn’t been a part of her life since she was 4 years old, but she’s managed to take that hurt and turn it into inspiration to strive to do the best she can in everything. Kylie has been singing since she was just a toddler, and turned to lessons when she was 10 years old in order to start pursuing her singing career.
Since then Kylie has auditioned for shows like “American Idol” and “The Voice”, as well as winning multiple awards in the WCCMA (West Coast Country Music Association) and NACMAI (North American Country Music Association Int.)
Kylie has now aimed her focus on songwriting and putting her own spin on country music. She says she wants to “put out songs everyone can relate to on personal levels” and “create music that portrays her own style, instead of being the same as everyone else”. Kylie was recently a featured artist at the Women of Country event in Anaheim where she shared the stage with Honey County and opened for Leigh Nash (Sixpence None The Richer.)
Awards & Events
- 2019 Josie Music Awards Nominee – Female Country Artist and Female Vocalist of The Year (13-17)
- 2016 WCCMA Horizon 13-16 New Country Female Vocalist & Future Star 13-16 New Country Female Entertainer
- 2017 NACMAI Future Star 13-16 New Country Female Vocalist, New Country Group of the Year, Traditional Country Female Vocalist of the Year, Traditional Country Female Entertainer of the Year, New Country Duo of the Year, & New Country Female Songwriter of the Year
- 2018 NACMAI 13-16 New Country Female Duo of the Year, Traditional Country Female Entertainer, New Gospel Female Vocalist of the Year, New Gospel Female Entertainer of the Year, Mixed Age New Country Duo of the Year, New Country Music Video of the Year, New Country Songwriter of the Year, New Country Female Vocalist & New Country Female Entertainer
- 2019 New Gospel Entertainer of the Year, 3rd place New Gospel Horizon Vocalist, Songwriter of the Year for new single “Drive,” and 2nd place for single “Wish it was with me.” New Country Vocal Group of the Year.
- Rock the Oaks 2017
- National Anthem for the Quakes (Video)
- National Anthem for Los Angeles Angels (Video)
- National Anthem for The San Diego Padres (2019 Video)
- National Anthem for Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon Charity Event (Video)
- Three-Time National Anthem Singer for Veterans on Veterans Day @ Oakmont of Capriana & Villagio at Capriana 2015, 2016, 2017
- National Anthem for Riverside County Sheriff Election 2018
- Lestat’s, San Diego Fair, SoCal Fair, Danza del Sol Winery, The Roxy, Cardiff Beach Bar @ Tower 13, The Merc, Wynola Pizza & Bistro, The Canyon Cowboy, Hangar 24
- Performed for “Remember Me Thursday” Helen Woodward Animal Center Event
- American Cancer Society Mud Run @ Perris Auto Speedway
- Country Strong Benefit Concert @ The Canyon Cowboy for Borderline Bar victims
- Women of Country Event – Opening for Honey County (Video)
Press & Highlights
- Flash Feature on Rhythm & Boots Blog (Link)
- Numerous Features on Country Rebel
- Rhythm & Boots New York Feature (Article)
- Debut Single “Wish it Was With Me” added to multiple playlists on Spotify
- Opened for Honey County and Leigh Nash (Six Pence None The Richer) 2019
- Radio Play with “Slippin” and “Wish it Was With Me” on several reporting stations in the US and Worldwide.
- WISH IT WAS WITH ME – released January 2019. Written by Kylie Trout & Lindsay Carrie.
- SLIPPIN’ – released in April 2019. Written by Kylie Trout, Dalton Baird, Jason Hamor & Lavern Slusher
- DRIVE – released May 2019, written by Kylie Trout, Marcella Sanchez, & James Marshall. Produced in Nashville by Bill McDermott.
- CAN’T REMEMBER GROWING UP – Released June 28, 2019. Written by Kylie Trout & Jason Hamor, Produced in Nashville with Bill McDermott.
Can’t Remember Growing Up – Watch the YouTube Video behind the song HERE
Videos (Use the drop-down menu to view all videos in the playlist)
Official Lyric Video – “Can’t Remember Growing Up” released June 28, 2019.
Documentary for the lyrics of Kylie Trout’s upcoming release “Can’t Remember Growing Up.”
Links & Stats
Facebook – 2534 Likes, 2547 Followers
Instagram – 5130 Followers
Spotify – 15,714 Monthly Listeners, over 21,000 Streams all-time
YouTube – 152 Subscribers,