- Katie Armiger
- Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 7:30 pm
- The Richard K. Stem Concert Hall
- Ticket Price: $22.50
Rarely do you hear of a young artist whose vocal ability and talent is compared to the likes of seasoned country artists like Shania Twain, Sara Evans and Martina McBride, but Katie Armiger is just that.
Katie Armiger was singing before she could walk and her powerful voice has taken her far in a short amount of time. Armiger was only 16 years old when her self-titled debut was released by Cold River Records in 2007. The 20-year-old singer-songwriter has accomplished more during her four years as a recording artist than most people twice her age. Her previous single, Kiss Me Now, the flirtatious ode to new love she co-wrote with Sarah Buxton and Blair Daly, was her second to hit the Top 40 on the Billboard Indicator Chart, while Trail of Lies landed in the Top 20 on Music Row, setting a record as the Highest Charting Independent Female Artist in 2009.
Katie also earned the title of the Highest Charting Independent Female Artist of 2008 on R&R with Unseen and the young lady with the enviable voice set yet another record for the highest debut for a solo independent artist since 2003 on the Music Row chart with her debut single, 17 in Abilene, in 2007.
Katie Armiger has just scratched the surface of what she is capable of. She is a passionate and driven performer well beyond her years.
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