Caitlin Rushing would be the first one to say she didn’t know what it would take to do what she was always dreaming to do. But she did know there were songs, pieces, feelings, melodies, and musings, and they had to get out. 4 years since her first lyric was penned, as well as going through personal tumult, these were songs that needed to be born.
“I’m feeling myself become the woman I was meant to become. Learning through living, writing, and singing, and that stripping away all the restraints of things that had weighed me down for so long; this is exhilarating and freeing,” replies Caitlin. “I’m not taking my time, but with an attitude of commitment and conviction, and really stepping up to let my passion come to the forefront. I’m not going to do any less than what has to be done to find myself.”
From producer Billy Smiley’s (WhiteHeart, Johnny Cash, Newsboys, Clay Aiken) opening guitar parts, bringing in mixing engineer Richie Biggs of The Civil Wars, and to players who play for artists like Robert Plant, Rascal Flatts, Vince Gill, and Switchfoot, these new songs are the beginning of a new venture into the vulnerable world of ‘Caitlin Rushing’ music.