Parallel Entertainment has announced the addition of singer/songwriter Kayla Conn to its management roster. The 15-year-old began singing at the age of three, playing guitar at 10, and writing at 12. She recently performed as the opening act for American Idol season 10 winner Scotty McCreery.
“At such a young age, Kayla has proven herself a talented singer and songwriter,” said C.T. Wyatt, manager for Parallel Entertainment. “We’re honored to be with Kayla at the beginning of what promises to be a long and successful career.”
Conn recently finished shooting her first music video for her new iTunes release, “Memory For Two.” The song, dedicated to her grandparents, raises awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. “Memory For Two” was co-written with Brian White and Karyn Williams and produced by Blake Bollinger. Bollinger is also co-writing and developing Conn’s upcoming project.