#LetTheGirlsPlay: Karli Chayne Shares Stories of Family, Stars and Dreams
Karli Chayne was three years old when she first entered a recording studio, but she didn't really start taking music seriously until she was closer to four. OK, that's an exaggeration, but not by much. Growing up in Bolivar, Mo., the 19-year-old's family were more than supportive. They led the way!
Chayne's #LetTheGirlsPlay photo gallery focuses on family. Her parents, her sister, her dad and cousin were all musical, as were several other relatives who played a family-owned Opry. The Chayne girls and their cousin would star as the Little Chicks. That's a picture in this gallery you need to see.
From her childhood through the teen years to her first big performance, Chayne's scrapbook shows how music and family drove her from a very young age. At 13 she convinced her parents to move to Nashville, and she's been making the most of every opportunity since.
Taste of Country is proud to partner with Song Suffragettes for a monthly #LetTheGirlsPlay artist feature. You can see the all-female collective perform for yourself on Monday nights at the Listening Room in Nashville. It's all about women helping women, in hopes that one day soon one will break through in a very big way.
Listen to Karli Chayne Sing "Blonde Moment"