Cait Devin has always had a passion for music and songwriting. She is from New York. From a young age starting at 10 years old, she started performing at a wide range of talent competitions. At 14, she began learning the guitar in addition to piano so that she could go out to open mic nights to share her craft to a wider range of musicians. The community embraced her. Since then, she's been asked to play her own shows and has been booking ever since. She's also been asked to host open mics and was the MC for the Oz Festival last year because of her outgoing, or as many have said, “bubbly” persona. Cait's social media presence is continuously growing as she now has over 17,000 twitter followers (One of them being Harry Styles, band member of One Direction) and an increasing rate of shares and likes on her main facebook page. She has been featured on numerous radio shows, such as Soundcheck on 105.9 the Rebel, 92.7 the Drive, (a rock station) The Keeler Show, and the D Podcast. Alongside solo performances she has opened for artists from American Idol and the Voice. In the summer of 2016 as she was beginning to join the world of musicians, she met her first band members through networking at open mics. Two were college students studying music, Jared Wentrick and Will Pegg. The other was a popular drum soloist from the Utica area, Taylor Mcdowell. She is big on networking and promoting her craft. By 15 years old, she was fronting a band called "Cait Devin and Triple Threat" . The group played an entire hectic summer of shows alongside her solo gigs. Even when off stage Cait never stops practicing her music, whether that’s writing a new tune among her many notebooks or improvising a new electric guitar solo to a backing track. Her love for music is vast, including pop, alternative/indie rock, country-crossover tunes and blues. Her first style learned on the electric guitar was blues. Currently, Cait is still booking and writing, and is busy with projects such as working on her first EP.
Her goal is to move down to Nashville, as it’s a huge music community. “I want to share my music and I’ve been told numerous times Nashville is the place. I want to pursue my dreams, see new places, and most importantly, support other artists while finding inspiration for my own original songs as well.”