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Caitlin Quisenberry Biography – Caitlin Quisenberry Wiki
Caitlin Quisenberry is a 27-year-old American singer-songwriter, painter, and designer from Denver, Colorado. She is also a contestant on NBC’s The Voice which is on its 24th season.
She grew up singing when she was only 3 years old at the Baptist church where her grandfather was the preacher. When she got older, though, it initially did not seem like music was in her future. She pursued acting before going back to college.
She went to Pepperdine University on an academic scholarship, graduated summa cum laude, and was accepted into the university’s law school.
“I was feeling super drained,” Quisenberry admitted. “I was chasing the wrong thing.”
Quisenberry realized that she needed to return to music when her grandmother was on her deathbed. “I sang with her at her bedside,” Quisenberry recalled. “She wasn’t talking those days, but she smiled. The joy I saw in my eyes, it reminded me of how powerful music is.”
This prompted Quisenberry to go to Nashville, where she has released 20 country music songs that she has written independently. Such a path has now taken her to The Voice. “This is the meaning of life, to go after your dreams and to step into the unknown with courage,” she said.
The Colorado singer has released 19 singles and a three-song acoustic EP since 2021. Two of those songs — “I Will, I Swear, I Do” from 2021 and “Good On Me” from 2022 — have more than 125,000 streams on Spotify.
Her latest single, “Wild West With You,” dropped earlier in 2023. She says the song was inspired by “the excitement and danger of taking risks, having a life full of adventure, and leaving the past behind for something better.”
Caitlin also shares her love of design and painting and offers life advice through her website.
Caitlin Quisenberry Age
The singer is 27 years old as of 2023. She was born in Denver, Colorado.
Caitlin Quisenberry The Voice
Colorado native Caitlin Quisenberry is a contestant on the 24th season of The Voice. She took part in the blind auditions where Quisenberry performed, Kasey Musgraves’s song “Rainbows,”
She started off kind of shaky, as both Niall Horan and John Legend noted. Neither turned their chairs. Her performance ended so strongly that Horan was kicking himself. “Why didn’t I turn!? I should’ve turned,” he said.
John Legend agreed, saying that it was clear that she worked through whatever nerves she had and that the Coaches could “see what gifts you have as an artist.”
McEntire, was the first Coach to turn her chair.“When you started, I heard country, I heard a great quality voice — just what I like to listen to,” she said. “I do have a lot of experience in the music industry. And I’ve had wonderful coaches in my career, people who have guided me, and I think I can help you out with some of the things that people have been so sweet to teach.”
“And we’re both redheads,” McEntire added.
Coach Gwen Stefani said Quisenberry had “raw talent” with a lot of range in her voice, but noted that the choice of Coach basically came down to, “Are you gonna go with a blonde or a redhead?”
“I’m choosing my fellow redhead,” Quisenberry said, ultimately joining Team Reba.
Caitlin Quisenberry Family
Her father is an entrepreneur. Caitlin would tag along with him to trade shows. Her grandfather was a preacher at a Baptist church, where she began singing. She has a brother.
Quisenberry realized that she needed to return to music when her grandmother was on her deathbed.
“I sang with her at her bedside,” Quisenberry recalled. “She wasn’t talking those days, but she smiled. The joy I saw in my eyes, it reminded me of how powerful music is.”
Caitlin Quisenberry Instagram
Caitlin Quisenberry’s Instagram handle is @caitlinquisenberrymusic.