With poignant lyrics, enchanting melodies and a sunny southern charm, newcomer Kelsey Lamb is undoubtedly a star-in-the-making. Raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, Lamb ventured to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue her dream in Country music.
Lamb has announced her self-titled debut EP, set for release on May 31, 2019. The EP, produced by Matt McVaney and Josh Hoge, will feature six tracks, with Lamb being a co-writer on five of the songs. Leading up to the release of her debut EP, Lamb will drop a new single, titled “Girl at the Bar,” which is featured on the forthcoming project, on Apr. 19, 2019. This single is Lamb’s most vulnerable song to date. “Girl at the Bar” illustrates how Lamb has dealt with her previous heartbreaks.
As a singer-songwriter, Lamb made a name for herself as a vocalist with a rich, emotionally transparent voice, influenced by the likes of Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett and Tim McGraw. Performing since the age of ten, Lamb is looking forward to releasing her debut project and showcasing songs that will tell her story and continue to connect the new artist with her listeners.
The multi-talented Lamb has appeared in multiple movies including Hallmark’s “Christmas in Homestead” and “Traces” where she played the character of Zia. To further her singing and acting career, Lamb recently released her first original single, “Warning Sign” which made its debut in the LifetimeOriginal Movie, “Bad Stepmother.” Lamb has performed at venues, large and small, both as a headliner and opener, including opening for Kenny Rogers in Duqube, Iowa on his farewell tour. She also has performed with Alan Thicke on tour for the Kenny Rogers’ The Toy Shoppe Tour across the United States and performed onstage again with Thicke at B.B. Kings in New York City in January 2016.