Kristen Foreman is an upcoming "old soul" in today's Country Music.
Her voice has been compared to the likes of Reba, Alison Krauss, Lee Ann Womack, Dolly Parton and many more.
It is no surprise that your ears may perk up after hearing Kristen Foreman's rich vocal.
Foreman is one of the few Nashville artists that want to keep the true heart of the genre alive.
Her music is the perfect blend of modern and traditional sounds.
With her voice sounding years older than herself and a knack for catchy melodies and clever lyrics, Foreman is sure to shine in a genre that is starving for authenticity.
Foreman has now been performing for the past seven years.
She began playing solo acoustic shows during her college career at Louisiana State University while achieving her degree in Business Marketing.
After graduating and recording her full length debut album, Foreman moved to Music City in January 2017 with a plan.
She then began paying her dues by diving into the downtown Broadway scene playing 4-5 times a week with 3-4 hour gigs that helped sharpen her craft.
After building up her fan base, Foreman recently released her newest single, ‘Blackout’.
It was recorded on Music Row at Benchmark Sound, produced by Troy Olsen and Warren Piece Productions and mixed and mastered by Billy Decker.
Foreman has been featured on Ditty TV, The Ty Bentli Show and Whiskey Riff's New Music Friday.
She has also been accepted into the 2019 CMT Mentorship program.
There is no doubt that this is only the start of Kristen Foreman's music career.
With her business mind and her unique brand, you will be seeing more of Kristen Foreman in the very near future.