Kayla Woodson released her debut EP in 2016 and has now followed it up with a mighty new country-pop song, ‘Unfixable’.
At the age of seven Woodson started playing the Texas/Louisiana Opry circuit and, by age ten she was fronting her own band and performing at parades, parties, and festivals across the region. Her musical roots are in country, rock, and soul, and her influences include Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Guns ‘N Roses, as well as Dolly Parton and Carrie Underwood.
It’s clear from her background that Woodson appreciates strong vocals and melodies, as well as understanding that the artist is only half of the equation in any song: the audience also has to be considered. Woodson sounds like she’s singing her heart, and heart’s sorrow, to someone standing right in front of her, and that willingness to connect, and her fantastic voice, are what you’ll find on ‘Unfixable’.
Watch ‘Unfixable’ below: