‘Let the Girls Play’ Concert With Maine’s Own Kalie Shorr
Kalie Shorr was born in Portland and is returning to help the Girl Scouts in Maine celebrate women!
Kalie was born in Portland and has been working tirelessly since she was a teenager at her career as a singer songwriter. She's known from a very young age, that country was in her blood.
Shorr is the youngest of seven children born to a single mother. By the time she was 19, Shorr had settled in Music City (Nashville), and she landed a job at a hot dog stand while she searched for an audience to hear her songs. Things began looking up for Shorr when she became part of a weekly songwriter’s showcase called Song Suffragettes that highlights the work of talented female singer/songwriters in Nashville. Song Suffragettes helped raise Shorr’s profile which resulted in her first publishing deal, solidifying her dream of becoming a professional musician in Nashville. Kalie was recently named to Taste of Country’s “2018 Hottest Artists Under 25”
Kalie is back in Portland for a concert to help celebrate Maine Women's Suffrage Centennial. 'Let the Girls Play' is going to be a rocking concert! Kalie is excited to be back home at the Maine Academy of Modern Music Saturday, November 16th 6 pm - 9 pm at Aura!
Don't miss to your chance to see Kalie perform in Maine and celebrate girl power. Grab your tickets, because Kalie is off to tour with Leanne Rhimes!