Kyleigh Roberts is a 24 year old vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter from Tampa, FL, currently living in Nashville, TN. Kyleigh started out singing at the age of four for packed audiences of stuffed animals, and grew to perform in church and school choirs as well as A Capella groups all the way through college. The joy that came from this lead to finding her voice as an individual vocalist.
Kyleigh's roots are tied in country music, having grown up with artists including Faith Hill, Shania Twain, and Rascal Flatts. At the age of 15, she taught herself to play guitar and wrote her first song soon after.
During Summer 2013, Kyleigh was selected to participate in the GRAMMY Museum Music Revolution Project, a month-long intensive with mentors including GRAMMY winners and nominees as well as Bob Santelli, Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum. The program ended with a showcase of original music at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, FL, in which Kyleigh was voted to perform three co-written songs and her individual song "Baby, Don't Go".