Caroline Kole
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Caroline Kole

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | MAJOR

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | MAJOR
Band Country Singer/Songwriter


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The best kept secret in music


How many 10-year-olds do you know who not only sing and play guitar, but write their own songs as well? Suite Caroline
is one of those rare kids that can do all of those things well. She even impressed Sheryl Crow enough to let Caroline sing
her song from the front row of her concert.

Suite Caroline is from Clearwater, Florida and has been performing around the area and blowing audiences away with
her young age, personality and talent. She recently became a Daisy Rock Guitar artist and can’t wait to get her hands on
one of the high in demand instruments.

Suite Caroline’s debut album will be released on July 25th to the digital world. You can purchase the album on www. and similar websites. The album will feature original recordings Suite Caroline wrote herself, like “From Me”,
“Don’t Go Away”, “Questions” and “Follow Your Dreams”.

What inspires this girl to write songs? Simple: friends and boys. “From Me” even names her friends in the chorus and is
one of Caroline‘s favorites to perform. “They have just done so much for me, so I thought I owed them the song.” She says.

To celebrate the album, Suite Caroline will be having a release party at Frenchy’s Rockaway on the beach, which is
where she started out. Caroline will also be making a trip to music city--Nashville, Tennessee--in July where she will
perform at the legendary Bluebird Café.

Suite Caroline definitely has a sound that appeals to country fans. Country superstar, Taylor Swift is one of Caroline’s
biggest inspirations. “I’ve met her before. She seems like she has such an interesting personality. She writes her own
songs. She plays an instrument. She’s one of my inspirations and I’d definitely want to get to know her.” Caroline gushed
to StarShine.

To her fans and future fans, Suite Caroline wants to say, “Follow your dreams”. That’s exactly what she’s doing! Check
out Suite Caroline and listen to her songs at

Caroline Kudelko picked up a guitar for the first time at age 8.

"My dad gave it to me," said Caroline, a fifth-grader at St. Paul's School in Clearwater. "He told me I could try it but I didn't have to play if I didn't want to."

Now, just two years later, Caroline plays like a seasoned veteran. She's already started writing her own music and has performed at several local venues, from Sarasota to Dunedin.

Caroline is the daughter of Paul and Marie Kudelko, and she loves swimming and riding her bike when she's not making music.

On Tuesday night, she played a 10-song set of favorites - including "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Fergie and "Our Lips Are Sealed" by the Go-Go's - before an appreciative crowd at Frenchy's Rockaway Grill on Clearwater Beach.

1. Was it hard to learn how to play the guitar? It was a little hard at first. But as you keep going and learn what you're doing, it gets a little easier.

2. Where do you get the inspiration for your music? I hear a lot of songs on the radio that I like. Like the Fergie song "Big Girls Don't Cry" ... I like the Jonas Brothers and Hannah Montana and Martina McBride.

3. You write your own music, too. Where do you get the ideas? The first song I wrote was "I Wonder." I liked a boy in school and I decided to write my feelings about it on a piece of paper.

4. Do you ever get stage fright? No. I love being in front of a crowd. I like playing everywhere. The crowd and the response you get is just great.

5. So, what do you want to be when you grow up? I definitely want to be a musician. A big star. That's why I'm putting so much time into it now. So I can be the best I can be.

Say you saw her when ...

Caroline's next performance will be 5 to 6 p.m. on Nov. 30, at the Clearwater Beach Hilton, 400 Mandalay Ave. To hear her sing, visit:

- St. Petersburg Times


Still working on that hot first release.



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