Kayla Woodson, a junior entertainment industry studies major and student worker in Athletics, recently won an all inclusive trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republican for a “Lady Antebellum Getaway.” On the first night of the trip, Woodson sang at the welcome party and made some new fans, who mentioned to Lady Antebellum members that they believed Woodson was going to be the next country star. At the concert that night, the country trio called Woodson up on stage to join them in singing their hit “American Honey.” The performance, which can be viewed here, led Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley to remark that he looked forward “to hearing her on the radio sometime soon.” Woodson also was voted by radio listeners as the better singer in an online contest and was featured on the “The Bobby Bones Show” and “The Chris Burkmenn Experience.”
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