Born in Los Angeles, California the only daughter of accomplished musicians, Karleigh developed an appreciation for the performing arts at a very early age. With influences ranging from rock icons like Led Zepplin and Metallica to the smooth sounds of Miles Davis and the revolutionary hymns of Public Enemy, her path to stardom began at the age of three when she amazed a casting director with her natural talents and a work ethic that far exceeded her years. Before long, Karleigh was starring in various national commercials for major companies and products including Disneyland, KFC, and Clorox. She then began honing her skills with private classes, and by age eight a young Karleigh was completely devoted to studying the arts of songwriting, musical arrangement, performance, and dance. In the years to follow she would receive further instruction in drama, jazz, and choreography; maturing her varied talents by singing live at nightclubs, performing in plays, and competing in a number of talent showcases. During high school an affinity for the recording studio began to develop, and she pursued it vigilantly. Today, Karleigh has a solid fanbase and an amazing catalog of songs recorded.