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America's Got Talent semifinalist to perform Feb. 18 at Reilly Springs Jamboree

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Kadie Lynn Roberson, a semifinalist in the 2016 America’s Got Talent search, will make her debut on the Reilly Springs stage during this month’s Jamboree.


The Kemp is a rising country music singer/songwriter who is “star quality” already, notes RSJ producer Enola Gay Mathews.

Kadie Lynn caught the attention of Simon Cowell, during one of her performances last summer on AGT. “We will all remember today as the day we discovered Kadie Lynn,” Cowell said following one of the then-13-year-old’s performances on the show in August.

Although still a young teen, Kadie Lynn continues to spend increasingly more time on the road, in concerts and traveling back and forth to Nashville, where she’s not only singing and playing her guitar but also trying her hand at a little songwriting too. Kadie Lynn’s recent schedule included playing with Amanda Pruitt earlier this week at the famous Blue Bird Café in Nashville.

On her website, Kadie Lynn noted she’s had the opportunity to sing for the prime minister of the Bahamas, and has even opened for Vanilla Ice and Texas Country artist Kevin Fowler.

She won the the 2015 “Female Vocalist of the Year” at the East Texas Annual Music Awards. On her Facebook page, she also lists among her accomplishments being second place on Texas Top Ten, a first place division winner in the 2012 and 2013 Rural American Idol, and placing first in the Henderson County Talent and Emory Talent contests.

Kadie Lynn will perform Saturday, Feb. 18, during the Reilly Springs Jamboree, which begins on the stage at Reilly Springs Community Center.  The concert starts at 7 p.m. Admission to the concert is $10 person, with children age 10 and younger admitted free.

Supper and concessions will also be available in the Reilly Springs Kitchen starting at 6 p.m. For details about the Reilly Springs Jamboree, contact Enola Gay at 903-438-3568 or Roger Reed at 903-348-7114.

And, the Reilly Springs Jamboree isn’t the only local appearance Kadie Lynn is scheduled to make in the coming week. She indicated to RSJ promoters that she plans to visit with some Sulphur Springs fifth through seventh grade classes, to share her songs and dreams as inspiration for other young people, on Friday, Feb. 17. She will also be featured on the KSST Morning Show with Enola Gay at 8:15 a.m. Friday, Feb. 17. 

Check out Kadie Lynn’s music at http://kadielynn music.com and on her Facebook page.




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