Caylee Hammack

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About Caylee Hammack

Singer-songwriter Caylee Hammack got her start at age 13, performing cover songs on Friday nights at a local bar in Ellaville, Georgia. ∙ To give her first single, “Family Tree,” a personal touch, she had her mother, father, sister, friends, and dog make cameo appearances in its music video. ∙ Her debut album, If It Wasn’t For You, featured appearances from country legend Reba McEntire (“Redhead”) and fellow rising artists Ashley McBryde and Tenille Townes (“Mean Something”). ∙ She cowrote “Forged In The Fire” after a devastating electrical fire destroyed her Nashville home while she was on a songwriting retreat, leaving her with only a few material possessions. ∙ In 2019, Miranda Lambert invited Hammack to sing on her cover of Elvin Bishop’s ’70s hit “Fooled Around and Fell in Love” with Maren Morris, Elle King, Ashley McBryde, and Tenille Townes. ∙ In addition to winning an ACM Award for “Fooled Around and Fell in Love,” she was also nominated in 2020 for New Female Artist of the Year.

Ellaville, GA, United States
March 17, 1994

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