Kylie Frey Inks Publishing Deal with Carnival Music
It was only a matter of time before this Louisiana high school rodeo queen landed a publishing deal. The Shania Twain protégé, who burst onto the Texas scene with her rip-your-heart-out collaboration with Randy Rogers a couple years ago, just landed her deal with Carnival Music.
All that and Frey can sing a damn good country song.
The Louisiana native began singing the National Anthem at rodeos at the age of five, and at age 15 she was named the Louisiana High School Rodeo Queen. A year later, she won the Louisiana state championship for goat-tying.
Headed to Arkansas City, Ks to open for @timmontana, I got the call that my publishing deal was ready to sign. Instead of waiting for the big desk picture I pulled the van off the road in Mountain View, Missouri, downloaded an app and signed it in a Walmart parking lot before someone changed their mind! @carnival_musicco it looks like you’re stuck with me and I can’t think of any other place that I’d rather be to house my song babies.
She's already enjoyed success on Texas radio with hits including: "One Night in Tulsa," "I Do Thing," "Spur of the Moment," "Ain't Enough Beer," her duet with Randy Rogers "Too Bad," and the current No. 1 song in Texas "Horses in Heaven."
If you watched inaugural season of USA Network’s “Real Country” in 2018, you may recall that she was on Team Shania.
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