A radio contest led to Kasey Tyndall's move to Nashville, or so the story goes. In reality the eastern North Carolina native had been practicing and preparing for years. She just didn't think she was good enough until Keith Urban called her name.
Kasey Tyndall’s first Nashville co-write was fruitful and terrifying. It wasn’t at first — at first she just thought she was sitting down with some guy her manager knew from back home in Raleigh, N.C. It was a casual kind, of “do this while I’m in a meeting” kind of thing set up before she moved to Nashville.