Caylee Hammack constantly felt like a self-described hippie in a hillbilly town in her tiny hometown of Ellaville, Georgia. I used to pray every night as a kid, 'God, just please make me different. Dont make me like everyone else, she remembers. Hammack is indeed refreshingly different. Shes a country expressionist, a grungy firebrand and a spiritual seeker. And at only 25, she has already packed a full life into just a few years, using fake IDs to get gigs around South Georgia, turning down a college scholarship for a love that burned out just a few months later, sleeping in her car when she arrived in Nashville and then losing her home in an electrical fire. My dad has always said that the most beautiful and strongest things are forged in the fire, she says. Iron is nothing until you work it in a fire. Glass cannot be blown without intense heat. You cant make anything beautiful or strong without a little heat.
Tested by the fire, Caylee Hammack has been molded into an artist with incredible depth and a powerhouse voice that can effortlessly veer from fiery and demanding to quiet and vulnerable. Her life experience and relentless curiosity have coalesced into a country cocktail thats rooted in tradition but expands with shards of modern pop and rock. Her self-penned songs tug on her own life story bad decisions, secret affairs, broken hearts, a quirky family lineage as she invariably turns the lemons of her daring life into sonic lemonade. Caylee Hammack recently revealed her powerhouse lead single Family Tree from her forthcoming debut album. Family Tree was co-written and co-produced by Hammack and was the most-added debut song by a female artist upon impact at Country radio in over three years. Notching spots on upcoming tour slots, fans can catch Hammack on the road with Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Brothers Osborne and can be seen at country musics biggest festivals including CMA Music Festival, Country LakeShake, iHeartCountry Festival, Faster Horses Festival and more. Hammack has also been the noted as an Artist To Watch by outlets such as The Bobby Bones Show, Rolling Stone and HITS Magazine for her voice to move mountains alongside her clever story telling that keeps it all in motion (Rolling Stone).