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Caitlin Linney

Caitlin Linney (born in Durham, NC), known professionally as Linney, is an American singer and songwriter. Her career began in 2011 with a kickstarter campaign.[1]

Linney
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Linney in downtown Los Angeles 2016
Born Caitlin Linney
Durham, North Carolina, U.S.
Occupation
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
Home town Durham, North Carolina, United States
Musical career
Genres
Years active 2011–present
Website www.linneyofficial.com

Since then, she has written and performed multiple songs and won several awards. Her first award was for “best song” at the 28th Annual EVVY Awards.[2] In 2016, she won the John Lennon Songwriting Contest for “Coming Back for More,” which led to a performance on the Main Stage at NAMM at the Anaheim Convention Center on January 23, 2016.[3][4] She has released a studio album and two EPs.

Her single, “ That Night,” which is on her “Things We Say” EP, has been streamed more than 780,000 times on Spotify.[5] On February 9, 2018, she released her single, "Outta My Heart," which Halsey tweeted about.[6][7] She continues to release singles and will tour in summer 2018.

Contents

TimelineEdit

DiscographyEdit

Extended playsEdit

List of extended plays
Title Album details
"Things We Say"
  • Released: 11 March 2016
  • Label:
  • Call Me Carolina
  • Enhanced Music
  • Evident Music
"Things We Do"
  • Released: 3 June 2016
  • Label:
  • Call Me Carolina
  • Enhanced Music
  • Indah Publishing

Studio albumsEdit

Title Album details
Caitlin Linney

SinglesEdit

Title Year Album
"The Hurt" 2018 non-album single
"Outta My Heart" 2018 non-album single
"always" 2017 non-album single
"Alone Tonight" 2016 non-album single
"Hi, My Name Is" 2015 Things We Say
"Coming Back For More"
"That Night" Things We Do
"Roses" (originally by The Chainsmokers ft. ROZES) 2016 non-album single

As featured artistEdit

Title Year Album
"When The Lights Go Out"

(Paris Blohm featuring Linney)

2017 non-album single
"Be Alive"

(Robbie Rivera featuring Linney)

2016 non-album single
"Stardust"

(Robbie Rivera featuring Linney)

2016 non-album single
"Safe"
(APEK, Cuebrick and Breathe Carolina featuring Linney)
2016 non-album single
"So Ready"
(Noah Neiman featuring Linney)
2016 non-album single
"Confetti"
(Diego Moura featuring Linney)
2015 non-album single
"Unravel Me"
(Johan Vilborg featuring Linney)
"Voices"
(APEK featuring Linney)

CoversEdit

Title Original Artist Year
"Medicine" with Kurt Hugo Schneider Kelly Clarkson 2018
"Tennessee" (Live) The Wreckers 2017
"Come Little Children" Disney's Hocus Pocus 2017
"Paris" The Chainsmokers 2017
"Waiting For The End"with Chase Holfelder Linkin Park 2017
"Unsteady" ft. Anchor and Bell X Ambassadors 2016
"This Town" Niall Horan 2016
"Closer" The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey 2016
"Higher" The Naked and Famous 2016
"Roses" The Chainsmokers ft. Rozes 2016

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Caitlin Linney Bio - Caitlin Linney Career". CMT Artists. Retrieved 2016-06-05. 
  2. ^ theEVVYs (2010-10-12), The 30th Annual EVVY Awards adds a New Category: Best Vocal Performance, retrieved 2016-06-05 
  3. ^ "Linney: John Lennon Songwriting Contest NAMM Winner". NAMM.org. Retrieved 2016-06-06. 
  4. ^ John Lennon Educational Tour Bus (March 21, 2016). "Linney "Coming Back For More" - John Lennon Songwriting Contest @ The NAMM Show". Retrieved April 3, 2018 – via YouTube. 
  5. ^ "Rising EDM Pop Artist Caitlin Linney »". Industry Insider News, Interviews, Reviews & Events in Your Scene. Retrieved 2016-06-06. 
  6. ^ "h on Twitter". twitter.com. Retrieved April 3, 2018. 
  7. ^ "Outta My Heart". soundcloud.com. Retrieved April 3, 2018. 
  8. ^ "Exclusive: Singer-Songwriter Linney Premieres "That Night"". PopWrapped. 2015-12-10. Retrieved 2016-06-06.