Katiebeth | All That Matters

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All That Matters

by Katiebeth

Where Rock and Country meet and forge a new path. Gritty Real life lyrics mixed with the natural, raw, no auto tune vocals. No bells & whistles. Just Music.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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In that split second, when all of your concerns just seem to wash away and you're standing there trying to remember what's important, it's all that matters. This song is dedicated to all of the troops overseas, that have served and have lost their lives.
"All gave some, some gave all"

With a voice born in rock and roll and stained by whiskey her powerful energy on stage and raw vocal talent of twenty years is the kind of talent ready to make her own blazing trail in the music world.
Every KatieBeth performance is a like a musical autobiography of KatieBeth the person. Start with her voice, a blend of rock and country. A style that pulls equally from her Wisconsin roots and her Tennessee years. And then listen to her songs. The lyrics tell stories of heartbreak, redemption, and hope. With every verse and chorus KatieBeth unleashes the raw, uncensored emotion of someone who has learned life's lessons the hard way.
But behind her amazing vocal range, and beneath her "take-me-as-I-am attitude," lies an alluring vulnerability. KatieBeth is just as willing to love as she is to kick ass. This contrast—this paradox—is who she is. And because of this, she connects with her audience.

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