Prine echoes the excitement by stating in a release, “Kelsey’s voice is one of the more authentic country voices I’ve heard in a long time. Her music continues an important arc of traditional folk and country music.”
Since the release of “I’ve Got A Way” three years ago, Waldon has been busy touring the country with a tight-knit band of extremely talented musicians opening for artists such as Prine and Jamey Johnson.
Waldon has played on the Grand Ole Opry and has been featured on some of the country’s biggest festival lineups, including ROMP Fest, Pickathon, Willie Nelson’s Luck Reunion, National Folk Festival, and Gasparilla, to name a few, according to a press release.
But despite the fame and notoriety she’s seen in the past three years, Waldon remains humbled by her success.
“I’ve spent a huge majority of my life studying my favorite records, my favorite songs, and my most-favorite singers,” she says, adding, “you never stop learning or gaining from it. I’m still doing it all the time.”
“White Noise/White Lines” is a love letter to Waldon’s home town of Monkey’s Eyebrow in her home state of Kentucky.