Kaycie Satterfield

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  • Nashville Nights: Kaycie Satterfield

    This show was on Aug 30th, 2014 | 10 people watched
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    • Aug 31
      Great voice and great guitar playing to go with it. Would have liked some higher quality sound and maybe a few more original songs in the set. Otherwise, great job!
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Bio

Kaycie Satterfield hails from Austin, TX. Her musical background begins at the tender age of three, when she hopped up onstage at a crowded karaoke bar in Branson, Missouri to sing her dynamic rendition of “The A, B, C’s.” Now, at the age of eighteen, she is a much more seasoned musician and performer. With western swing, folk, bluegrass, pop, soul, and singer-songwriter styles under her belt,... more

Kaycie Satterfield hails from Austin, TX. Her musical background begins at the tender age of three, when she hopped up onstage at a crowded karaoke bar in Branson, Missouri to sing her dynamic rendition of “The A, B, C’s.” Now, at the age of eighteen, she is a much more seasoned musician and performer. With western swing, folk, bluegrass, pop, soul, and singer-songwriter styles under her belt, she has had the joy of performing in numerous venues and groups around Austin. Some of her best memories so far were made with the Lake Travis Fiddlers, the Lake Travis area’s local fiddle group, which she joined as a freshman in high school. As a junior in high school, Kaycie had the joy of working with a wonderful western swing group, Moontower with Kaycie Satterfield. A few of her biggest musical accomplishments include consecutive slots at Old Settlers music festival and MUSE Awards. She loves artists such as Carole King, Billy Joel, the Beatles, John Mayer, Patsy Cline, and Brandi Carlile. Kaycie is currently a commercial voice major with a composition and arranging emphasis at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. She hopes that someday the songs she writes might make the world a little brighter. Finally, she wants to remind you all to “Keep Austin Weird.”

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