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Kaylee Rose selected for ASCAP GPS (Guidance from Publishers for Songwriters) Project class of 2020


ASCAP’s Nashville creative team, led by Vice President Mike Sistad, has revealed the songwriter participants for its ninth annual ASCAP GPS (Guidance from Publishers for Songwriters) Project, which showcases songwriters who are ready, or nearly ready, for a publishing deal.

The ASCAP GPS Project class of 2020, curated by ASCAP Creative Director Evyn Mustoe Johnston, includes songwriters Ethan Baumgarner, Bailey CallahanStephen CareyMorgan Johnston, Jordan KeimKate MaloneNell Maynard, and Kaylee Rose.

Kaylee Rose is a bold singer-songwriter from St. Augustine, Florida, who has a unique style that blends many sounds across the musical spectrum. Originally hailing from Miami, she grew up submerged in a menagerie of musical influences and cultures which undoubtedly swayed her unique brand of country music. Having played over 1,000 shows since the young age of 14, Rose relocated to Nashville in 2015. Since moving to Nashville, she has collaborated with a variety of accomplished musicians and is a regular at popular venues like Bluebird Cafe and Listening Room. In 2019, she had the chance to open for Morgan Wallen in Nashville, play the Spotlight Stage at CMA Fest, and Billboard premiered her single “Wagon.”