Few singer-songwriters can say they fell in love with music after being pulled on stage at a concert by music icon Amy Grant, but that is exactly what happened to Charleston, South Carolina's Karoline Rhett. Even more impressive is the fact that she wasn't intimidated by the moment even though she was only three-years-old when it happened!
Currently working alongside Nashville producers Stephen Leiweke and Britton Cameron, Karoline has entertained audiences at venues throughout Charleston and Nashville. She has even used her music to deliver a powerful anti-bullying message as part of the nationally popular Teen Nation Tour. She has released two CDs to date: Stirring Rainbows debuted in 2010 and Melody was released in 2013. Karoline has also had the honor of being nominated for Female Artist of the Year by Nashville Universe, which also nominated her single, Save Your Heart, for Song of the Year.
When not working on her music, Karoline can be found spending time with her dogs, rooting for the Carolina Panthers, and chatting with her fans on Twitter and Facebook. Karoline is also a member of Tunes for Tots, an organization made up of nearly two-thousand artists from around the world putting on shows to benefit charities for children.
Don't forget to check out Karoline's new album, Brave, dropping September 2nd in both physical and digital formats along with the official music video for the title track!