A native of Hoover, AL, Bailey Ingle is a singer/songwriter known for her bluesy, soulful voice and charismatic stage presence. At 18 years old, many consider her to be an old soul, which is quite evident by the perspective of her songwriting and her captivating live performances. At a young age, Bailey expressed her love for music and entertaining. She began violin lessons at the age of 4. This eventually shifted to an interest in playing guitar and songwriting. At the age of 13, she wrote her first song about her grandmother which she sang at her funeral. It was here where Bailey truly embraced the emotional power of a live performance. In 2014, Bailey was chosen by Keith Urban to sing “We Were Us,” a duet originally performed by him and Miranda Lambert. She shared the stage with him at Oak Mountain Amphitheater in front of more than 10,000 fans. This performance landed her an appearance in Rolling Stone Country’s“Keith Urban’s 2014 Photo Diary: Sharing the Stage with Rock Icons, Friends and Fans.” Following this performance, her recognition and fan base grew, and she began performing at many events, concerts and festivals in the Birmingham area. In 2016, she hosted a benefit concert for CAIDS, Childhood Auto-inflammatory Diseases, in honor of her younger sister, which raised over $17,000. Bailey is fully dedicated to pursing her dream and career as a musician. She frequently collaborates with other musicians by either performing on-stage or songwriting off-stage. She has performed all over the Southeastern United States and as far west as California. She has also been featured in many local publications, magazines and newspapers and has had multiple performances aired on local television and radio.
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