Rising singer/songwriter Caitlyn Smith scored massive appeal in 2013 when Cassadee Pope released "Wasting All These Tears," a song Caitlyn co-wrote with Rollie Gaalswyk. The song hit the Top 10 (the last time a female act has done so with their debut single in Country music) and Caitlyn's name was bandied about the industry for other cuts on albums by artists like Danielle Bradbery, Rascal Flatts, Lady Antebellum and Kenny Rogers with the CMA Nominated "You Can't Make Old Friends," a song he recorded with Dolly Parton.
We've partnered with Caitlyn to give y'all a chance to listen to a preview track from her upcoming EP Everything To You, an EP she announced via Country Weekly.
"I write all kinds of different songs... songs about love, heartache and everything in between. One day I was driving down the road, thinking about all the crazy people I've dated through the years and I came up with the title, 'All My Lovers.' The song is about how although I went through some crazy, it was all worth it because I made it to the man that I love.
I feel like Everything To You really captures who I am as an artist and each song has a part of my story in it. When it came to putting together the track listing, it seemed fitting to tie the project together with 'All My Lovers' because it's super personal to me. The song is reminder of everything I went through to get to where I am today."
We hope you enjoy "All My Lovers" enough to pick up a copy of Caitlyn Smith's Everything To You EP when it hits stores and iTunes on October 28, 2014.