Kelsey Waldon began her version eight years ago when she left Barlow, Kentucky, and set up shop just west of Antioch, working 40 hours a week at a Target while paying her dues at local venues like The 5 Spot and Music City Bar & Grill.
Two albums later, she’s now steadying for the release of her third, White Noise/White Lines, which will arrive October 4th via John Prine’s Oh Boy Records. Waldon, who befriended Prine in 2018, is the first artist the label has signed in 15 years. The new LP, which she co-produced with Dan Knobler (Rodney Crowell, Lake Street Dive), pulled inspiration from both her Kentucky roots and the three intense years since her 2016 album, I’ve Got a Way, raised her profile along with 2014’s The Goldmine.
Nashville Lifestyles caught up with Kelsey Waldon ahead of Friday’s release.
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