Kayleigh Mathews is an American Country Music Singer, Songwriter, and Nashville Recording artist. Her love for music began at a young age with genre influences rooted in bluegrass, Gospel, and Traditional Country. Growing up in the southwest, she began honing her songwriting craft inspired by her hometown and life experiences, ultimately sharing a glimpse at life through song.
With her ever-growing passion for singing, writing and performing her original music, she moved to Nashville in 2018. Kayleigh knew the only way to feed the hunger within was to come to the home of country music, honky tonks and, of course, the Grand Ole Opry!
In 2020, Kayleigh released her debut single “Crashing Down”. “Every song I release is true and from my life in some way. I may not come out and say exactly what happened word for word, I want to leave some interpretation up to the listener. Songwriting is a way of healing, encouraging, and saving a memory for me. My hope is for my music to not only do that for myself but others after all that’s what makes music so powerful.” In 2021, she released her single “Unconditional” which gained international AirPlay on UK Country Radio. In May 2021, Kayleigh cowrote with her producer, Dave Smith, her song titled “Love Nashville” highlighting the passion and determination it takes to be a singer/songwriter in today’s music. Kayleigh was also recently interviewed on “Today’s Hot Country – The Fox” (Texas Radio), KVOI – The Voice (Tucson, AZ) and 92.9 The Bull (iHeart Radio – Tucson, AZ) and had the honor of singing the national anthem at the 2022 Cheyenne Frontier Days.
With the growing success from her national touring, has released her newest EP titled "Turn Out The Lights". This EP showcases her songwriting abilities inspired by the traditional country music artist she grew up admiring and the honky tonks she's played in throughout the US.