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Kaitlyn Baker

Kaitlyn Baker’s music reflects the beauty of the Cumberland Mountains and the ruggedness of the coal mining region where she was raised. The 21-year-old singer/songwriter from Pound, Virginia, has been called a new “coal miner’s daughter.” named her one of “Country Music’s 15 Brightest Rising Stars.” Her credits include opening for Travis Tritt, Rhonda Vincent, Billy Currington and other popular artists. She has performed on the nationally syndicated public television concert series “Song of the Mountains” and will soon appear on “Tim Farmer’s Homemade Jam,” which airs throughout Kentucky and seven surrounding states on Kentucky Educational Television (KET). She also recently filmed a dramatic reenactment for an upcoming documentary about the 1927 Bristol Sessions, with musical direction by Grammy-winner Carl Jackson. Kaitlyn’s single “Coal Train” was included in the 2015 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards ZinePak, a 2-disc album that debuted at #4 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart and remained in the Top 10 for three consecutive weeks. (See

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