Katie Armiger is a ball full of energy, talent and honest song writing. The 19-year-old singer-songwriter has accomplished more during her four years as a recording artist than most people twice her age. She released her first album when she was just 15 years old, has amassed a collection of songs on her third album that touches upon just about every emotion imaginable – love, infatuation, anger, sadness, hurt, happiness – and she is unabashedly unapologetic in showcasing her feelings, whatever form they may encompass.
Katie has spent time on the road opening for such hit makers as Jason Aldean, Craig Morgan and Luke Bryan and written with some of the best songwriter in Nashville.
Her new album, Confessions of a Nice Girl, gives you a peek into her psyche, but a good long look at the mind of a woman who has encountered love, heartbreak and resentment.
“I recorded my second album when I was 15, and between 15 and 19, there is just a huge difference,” declares Katie. “Within those years, your life changes you can fall in love and fall out of it, go on tours and live life in that time span that you couldn’t even imagine.”
10 Quick Quirky Questions with Katie Armiger
Q: Where is the one place that you could spend hours and be happy?
Katie: The recording studio! I love the creative atmosphere.
Q: The last thing you ate?
Katie: Macaroni and cheese. Favorite food ever!
Q: What is one word that you say a lot?
‘Katie: Awesome’ Everything is awesome. Haha
Q: Last movie you saw?
Katie: ‘Limitless’ it was great!
Q: What is your favorite thing to spend money on?
Katie: Make-up! I absolutely love Sephora and Mac.
Q: What do you do on your days off?
Katie: Run errands and do laundry before I go out on the road again!
Q: What were you doing at midnight last night?
Katie: Checking my facebook before I went to bed! I’m addicted.
Q: If you could have any super power what would it be?
Katie: Definitely to be able to fly!
Q:. Who was your favorite country music artist when you were growing up?
Patsy Cline! I remember loving ‘Blue Moon of Kentucky’ when I was growing up.
Check back through the entire month of April hear more from Katie.
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