Kenzie Wetz

I'm originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Since making the move to Nashville I have worked as a studio and live musician. The Grand Ole Opry stage has served as a "home base" for me, where I've had the opportunity to play fiddle and sing background vocals with numerous artists including Jamey Johnson, Charles Esten, The Oak Ridge Boys, Pam Tillis, Steve Wariner, Little Jimmy Dickens, and Whisperin' Bill Anderson. 

I've also been very fortunate to have been a part of the "Nashville" TV series. From the pilot episode until season 5, I played the part of Rayna Jaymes' background singer and fiddle player.

While growing up, my mom raised me on a mix of classic pop, soul, and traditional country. I was drawn in by the honest and soulful sounds of artists such as Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Bill Withers, Ronnie Milsap, and Willie Nelson. I've always been drawn to mostly male singers. The ease and believability with which these particular singers deliver a melody has played a large role in shaping my vocal style as well as my approach to the fiddle. 

Above all, I belong to Jesus Christ and I long to be a facet of His diamond. The music I make is a means by which to glorify Him and reflect His uniqueness. I don't care much to fit into a neatly-packaged description. I'm far more concerned with integrity.
Through the quality of my voice, the songs I write about my personal experiences, and my interpretation of songs I love written by other writers, I aim for honestly and authenticity in all that I do.