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Katelyn Hobson

Katelyn Hobson

Country / Rock / Pop Grapevine, TX  US
Safety Vest
Safety Vest
Used To The Pain
Used To The Pain
Get Lost With You
Get Lost With You


Katelyn Hobson - Used To The Pain @ House of Blues


  • 2014

    May 13

    Nashville, TN, US | 4:00pm
  • 2013

    Feb 15

    North Richland Hills, TX, US | 8:00pm

    I am opening for Nashville-based singer/songwriter/harpist Timbre... Hope to see you there!

  • 2013

    Feb 2

    Grapevine, 76051, US | 2:00pm
  • 2013

    Jan 26

    North Richland Hills, TX, US | 8:00pm

    Come join me and some of my friends as we perform both original songs and covers! You can expect to hear Country, Pop, Rock and everything in between!

  • 2010

    Jan 26

    Nashville, TN, US | 7:00pm

    Rob Wolf, Lauren Sanders and my self are preforming as the writers of surefire music come on down if your in the area come on in and if your already there see ya soon


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  • Ashton Haze (Artist)
    Ashton Haze
    Safety Vest....absolutely splendid. Such warmth and gracefullness. Stay awesome. Cheers.
  • The Fabulous Del Counts (Artist)
    The Fabulous Del Counts
    " Get Lost With You " fantastic song Katelyn.
  • Kerry Leigh (Artist)
    Kerry Leigh
    Creative, compelling, songwriting and performances!
  • Bernie Peters Band (Artist)
    Bernie Peters Band
    Beautiful Lady Beautiful Song!! I've got that same guitar you're showing if it's an Ibanez QM. Anyways,best of luck to you sweetie!!
  • Enoch. Arcane (Artist)
    Enoch. Arcane
    Exceptionally Good Music
  • Norman D Bradley (Artist)
    Norman D Bradley
    Wonderful, Smooth as glass voice,"Get lost with you "very cool tune.



Sounds Like: Sheryl Crow, Michelle Branch, Trisha Yearwood, Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift

Bio: In a profession that is constantly evolving, finding where you fit into the “mold” can prove to be difficult. Katelyn Hobson has spent a lifetime of hours honing her craft, experimenting with genre boundaries and eventually discovering the style of music that opens a window into her heart, and wh...See Full Bio

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Q: How did your time in Nashville help you as an artist today?

A: Wow... what a question! In sooooo many ways! First, it helped me deal with my introverted personality. I had to come "out of my shell" and get used to self-promoting. Second, every time I walked out of a writing appointment, whether it went well or not, I took something from it. I asked myself if I gave everything I could and what I needed to accomplish to do better. Third, I had not played my guitar onstage much before I moved there and it forced me to get comfortable with playing for myself. Finally, I developed professional and personal relationships with artists and writers of all different genres and I took in and tried to really understand their artistic point of view. It made me think less about being a "Country" songwriter and more about just writing the best song possible, because if a lyric is good, it will still be good in any genre, regardless of instrumentation and production. It solidified my goal to just write really honest material that means something and forget about genre boundaries... trends are temporary and what is popular right now may not be in two years. I want to write the song that will live through the changes and will still stand on its own 5, 10 or 50 years from now.

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