Kaitlyn Baker to Perform at The Rathskeller in Indianapolis, 3/31
Emerging Nashville recording artist Kaitlyn Baker will make her Indianapolis debut on Friday, March 31, with an acoustic performance at The Rathskeller, the city's acclaimed German restaurant and music venue.
The 22-year-old singer/songwriter was recently named among "Top 10 Country Artists to Watch in 2017" in The Huffington Post.
Baker began attracting national attention when her song "Coal Train" was included in the 2015 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards ZinePak, alongside tracks by Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Kelsea Ballerni and other popular artists. The compilation album debuted at #4 on Billboard's Country Albums Chart and was distributed nationwide through Walmart. (https://youtu.be/D3mLivBoSnM)
Baker's current radio release, "To Pieces," has been working its way up the MusicRowCountry Breakout Chart. Meanwhile, her single "Heart of Appalachia" is the official theme song for tourism in her native Southwestern Virginia. She is currently working on a new EP.
"I can't wait to visit The Rathskeller," Baker said. "It has a great reputation for food, and so many great artists have performed there. I am honored to be invited."
Baker has performed professionally since she was a young girl, mostly at fairs and festivals in Virginia, Kentucky and East Tennessee, and started to attract attention in Nashville, three years ago. She has opened for several well-known artists including Travis Tritt, Chase Bryant, Billy Currington, Brett Eldredge, Rhonda Vincent and others. Her credits also include performing at the 2016 Country Jam Colorado and on the nationally syndicated PBS television concert series "Song of the Mountains."