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““I’m a fan of Carson’s; she’s just a delightful young lady and very, very talented,” said Bruce Irvine, president and artist manager with Wildtuck Entertainment. “I believe she has a future in this. She’s a very talented singer, songwriter and guitar player. To show this much talent this young is absolutely amazing.””

“The last act was 14-year-old recording artist Carson Hill from Ansonville. The organizers had heard her sing on 96.9 FM and asked her to appear. Hill recently played at the Bluebird Café in Nashville, Tenn. She is also an accomplished songwriter and performs with Christian rock band Undignified. ”

“Carson Hill, a home-schooled 14-year-old from Ansonville who has songs on iTunes, performed at Polo Ridge Elementary on Feb. 28. She answered students’ questions and talked about songwriting. Correspondent Lauren Bailey asked her a few questions afterward. Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/03/26/3129007/inspired-by-swift.html#storylink=cpy”

“Carson is an amaqing talent and she loves country music and Nashville. Her passion is writing and performing...Anyone who has heard Carson sing immediately knows she is going places. Mark Lassiter”

“ First up on Sunday, 13-year-old singer/songwriter Carson Hill of Ansonville performed a selection of country and bluegrass music, including one of her original compositions, called "Run." Carson taught herself to play the guitar and mandolin. She is currently in the seventh grade and is homeschooled. "We would like for her to remember when she's famous that one of her first performances was on this stage," Caulder said. Read more: The Anson Record - Ansonia hosts performance for packed house”

“ Following Thacker’s speech, 13-year-old singer/songwriter Carson Hill of Ansonville sang the National Anthem, and Anson High School’s marching band performed a rousing series of fun songs that got some of the audience members singing along and dancing. Hill performed a solo set on the BB&T Main Stage on the Square later in the morning, and was followed by various musical and entertainment acts on three different stages throughout the day. Read more: The Anson Record - People Fest draws a big crowd”

“Carson’s determination and hard work is reflected in her music.”

“Most Promising Talent, age 11 and under: Madeline Baucom of Monroe, champion; Carson Hill of Wadesboro, first runner-up; Anna Haigler of Indian Trail, second runner-up. ”

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