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I can sing as low as Toni Braxton and as high as Mariah Carey.
I’m always looking to find things that are different in country music.
It was actually really hard to get a record deal after ‘American Idol.’
I think acoustic performances and full, live performances are always cool in different ways.
I just think falling in love and being married completely changes your life in so many ways.
Full live performances are always my favorites, and I think a lot of people’s favorites too, just because you can feel the energy off the crowd and there’s so much more interaction, and just everything overall is just like very hype.
I wasn’t born with nerves. You have to take yourself out of the equation and think about everyone else – you’re the entertainer.
I think being married and in love and all of that changed how I write songs and what I want to sing about and the type of songs that I like.
From a very young age, my main thing was always entertaining.
A few people have asked me about the women agenda on country radio. I can only speak for myself on this, and all I have to say is that I’m very grateful, and thankful, that country radio has been so automatically accepting, and supportive, of me and my music.
I think it’s really cool when any of your songs play on the radio for the first time.
Something a lot of people don’t know about me is I sucked my thumb until I was in like eighth grade. It’s cause, when I was a baby, I sucked my thumb and I guess my mom and dad never weaned me off of that, because they thought it was cute. And then it’s like an addiction. That’s your security blanket.
Being on the Hot 100 is absolutely amazing.
I wasn’t in any super duper serious relationships growing up, but yeah, I know what that heartbreak feels like.
I completely understand why labels would be a little bit hesitant to sign somebody coming off of a television show, in their first glance.
If you’re going to compare me to somebody and it’s going to be Carrie Underwood, I will absolutely take that as a compliment.
Country radio has been so supportive.
The first time I ever had a song play on a legit radio station, I think I was about 13. It was a song of mine that I had written called ‘Young Blood.’
I always try to write from a genuine standpoint.
So, Shane & Shane are my favorite Christian artists out there.
I was doing my own shows when I was 11 years old.
I feel like I am a true entertainer and performer.
There were so many emotions on ‘Idol’ with nervousness and pressure, but in good ways.
Not every single person is bad, not all guys are bad, and I found my good one.
I wanted to put in the time and the work, because eventually it pays off in a good way.
I love Marty Robbins, I love Glen Campbell, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline.