About RaeLynn

RaeLynn is the stage name of Racheal Lynn Woodward, a pop-country singer-songwriter from Texas who first gained fame as a contestant on The Voice.

∙ Having grown up in a musical family—her brother Jake Holtz and cousin Leeland Mooring are in the contemporary Christian music band Leeland—RaeLynn graduated high school early so she could focus on a singing career.
∙ In 2012, she successfully auditioned for the second season of The Voice and made it to the quarterfinals with her cover of Jason Aldean’s “She’s Country.”
∙ Her debut single, 2012’s “Boyfriend,” reached No. 32 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.
The Voice judge Blake Shelton asked RaeLynn to sing backing vocals on his 2013 country hit “Boys ’Round Here.”
∙ Her 2014 single “God Made Girls” sold more than 1 million copies.
WildHorse her full-length debut, topped Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart in 2017 and reached the Top 20 on the Billboard 200.

    Baytown, TX
  • BORN
    May 4, 1994

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