North Carolina native, McKayla Reece, has been performing since early childhood and sings as easily as she can breathe. Over the last decade, McKayla has performed throughout the southeast sharing the stage with fellow musicians Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin, Ricky Skaggs, Sam Bush, Hunter Hayes, The Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and many others.

Her live show incorporates a unique blend of country, rock and gospel. Not only can this young performer deliver a show, she has the magic that connects. 

In addition, McKayla serves as our national Ambassador for the DAV / Disabled American Veterans and frequently performs for our military. 

McKayla has recently released her debut EP “Heart of a Rebel” produced by Mark Howard. Howard has worked with many artists including Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, Willie Nelson, Marianne Faithfull, Emmylou Harris and U2.

Along with her first EP, McKayla released a music video for her somber tune “I Would've Left Me Too." The song serves as a melancholy confessional as Reece sings of her regretful treatment to the man she loved, and understands why he left.

Check out McKayla's “I Would've Left Me Too":