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“In fact, Shorr's feathery voice (fourth in the stellar lineup) is quite reminiscent of Swift. The power she exudes in just a coo or soft whisper is touching, especially on "Smoke And Mirrors" (a co-write with fellow performer Dawson, who also supplied tender harmony). Even on her first tune, "Square One," she gripped the lyrics tight, precisely hitting the notes with maturity and passion. Shorr, I hear Swift will need an opener on her next arena-sized tour.”

“The country singer from Maine writes lyrics far beyond her years and sweet pop melodies which are like honey to our ears”

“Although she is still young, her lyrics often impress with remarkable maturity. In "Cloud Nine," for example, she sings "This is a happy song/ 'Cause I haven't written one/ in so damn long." She goes on to employ the slogan from recovery groups, "I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired" and concludes with "So I'm movin' on/ So why don't you sing along." Being able to write the lyrics has always been a magnet to music for Shorr, she said.”

“Looking for something refreshing in the way of live entertainment? Check out singer/songwriter Kalie Shorr... an 18-year-old Nashville bound pre-superstar who plays red-dirt country originals and a few 70's covers on acoustic guitar.”

Natalie Ladd - The Portland Daily Sun

“Country cutie Kalie Shorr reminds us of a young Taylor Swift. And that's a huge compliment! Like T-Swizzle, Kalie's song Cloud Nine is super catchy and wonderfully wordy and SMART! It's also so endearing! It has put us in such a great mood today!”