Kylie Frey may have made her name as a champion in the rodeo arena, but she has always been destined for the bright stage.
It was only a matter of time before the former rodeo queen dusted herself off for the bright lights.
“Looking back, it was the grit and determination learned from picking myself up off of the arena floor that got me through every failure and kept me singing when it felt like no one was listening”, Kylie Frey.
Well, people are listening now.
Frey’s first nationally recognized single “Too Bad”, featuring Randy Rogers, was produced by Grammy, CMA, and ACM Award winning Paul Worley. “Too Bad” is Frey’s second number one single on Texas Regional Radio, following her first number one hit, “Rodeo Man”.
In Fall 2018, Frey was hand-picked by her idol, Shania Twain, to compete in the first season of the USA Network’s “Real Country” TV Show. Frey won her episode, earning her a spot on the show’s finale.
After her success and national exposure, Frey released her latest single, “Ain’t Enough Beer.” Since then, her single has been climbing the Texas Regional Radio charts and landing spots on Spotify playlists such as “Texas County Now”, “Wild Country”, and “New Boots”.
After wrapping up the success of 2018, Frey now has her sights set on her biggest year yet. With the help of the Erv Woolsey Company and United Talent Agency, Frey can be found on tour opening for acts such as Cody Johnson, Pam Tillis, Sammy Kershaw and Clay Walker along with festivals “Stagecoach”, “Country Boom” and “Windy City Smokeout” just to name a few.
Keep an eye out for new music and all things Deep Frey’d!