Country artist Kalie Shorr stopped by The Bobby Bones Show to share some big news. She announced her new podcast, opened up about her tour with Martina McBride getting cancelled, and the stories behind some of her funniest tweets.
Shorr's music has been featured on The Women Of iHeartCountry show and fans may recognize her songs "Lullaby," and "Alice In Wonderland." She's been releasing music since her song "Fight Like A Girl" in 2016, and continues to create a name for herself in the industry with her bold personality. This year, she released her debut album Open Book which had several songs inspired by a hurtful breakup. She was in a relationship with a guy for over 6 years when she found out that he cheated on her. The sequence of events spiraled Shorr's latest album and her totally relatable tweets. Not only that, a recent song of hers was inspired by how hard it is to date in a world of so much technology. The song came after she found out her ex had a new girlfriend because of the app Venmo.
She doesn't just sing about her real struggles, Shorr takes to Twitter to share with her fans just how difficult, hilarious, and weird life can be. Her tweets are mostly poking fun at her own life. Her tweets is what caught Bobby Bones eye for a podcast. Bones thought she had a unique personality that would make for a great podcast. So today while on the show, they announced her new podcast on the Nashville Podcast Network called 'Too Much To Say.' The first episode is out now for fans to take a listen for what they can expect from her and her upcoming episodes.
Watch Kalie Shorr perform her songs "Lullaby" & "Alice In Wonderland" on the show below.