Caitlynne Curtis, a member of Angels & Outlaws and a Billboard charting performer
Caitlynne Curtis, a member of Angels & Outlaws, and a Billboard charting musician. Autobiographical in nature, "I Will Survive" tells the story of Curtis's positive life change and her discovery of purpose as a mother to her newborn baby.
"My son has given me a new perspective on life and made me realize that there is so much more to enjoy than I had ever imagined. I am eternally grateful to him for that."
Whether you're a mother, daughter, entrepreneur, artist, sister, friend, or role model, the message of "I Will Survive" is very clear: women create powerful change in all these roles and more.
The little Caitlynne Curtis began singing at the tender age of three. To her grandmother, she says with a smile, "I used to sing."
She began voice training at the age of six at her mother's urging. She had a revelation the moment she received her first solo: "It's like I knew from then on that music is what I wanted to do."
In order for her to pursue music, her parents uprooted the family from Massachusetts and relocated them to Nashville when she was twelve years old.
Caitlynne wasn't one to give up on her dream of being a singer, even after suffering a devastating rejection from X Factor when she was just 16 years old.
When she became a mother at the age of 19, her life took a turn. She would upload cover versions of songs to Instagram while selling vehicles to support her son and herself, a tiny effort to keep her dream alive.
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