Kelsey Waters, I Pour Review
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A live performer since her teenage years, Kelsey Waters spent more than a decade in the studio, the writing room, and onstage. Waters grew up in northern Florida, traveling between her parent’s homes, she was immersed in the arts. Her mother enthused her music side with a music room in her house, while her father ran a folk-art gallery at the beach, giving Waters and appreciation for creativity. A songwriter since her early teens, Waters was gigging five nights a week by the time she enrolled at FSU as a design major. She eventually left school altogether and focused on music full-time, opening for the Indigo Girls during her first year outside of the classroom. Waters moved to Nashville in 2013. She signed a publishing deal during her first year in town. Now, a professional songwriter her time is spent creating songs that depict the stories of everyday life and the people who fill in the narrative of inspiration. Waters released an EP in 2017 titled Cool Cars, with the single “Want” released in the fall of 2017. Waters is working towards a full-length debut album, that promises to be unafraid to delve into darker subjects. Until that time Waters has already let loose the singles “One More Habit,” “How Do You,” and “I Pour,” for public consumption.
I Poor (single)
Release Date: November 2, 2018
Edgy country that has more of an Austin sound, than a Nashville polish. Waters is not afraid to write material that is raw and real.