Waldrup is a BMI songwriter, a member of NARAS/The Recording Academy (the “Grammy” organization), the CMA’s, and has partnered with Mission of Hope: Haiti.
Waldrup has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, People Magazine, Netflix, The Hallmark Channel, Bravo TV, Facebook Artist of the Day, NASCAR ESPN Live, the NFL Experience Superbowl XLVII, CMT, Fox, Military.com and hundreds of other outlets world-wide. She has scored 12 Nashville Industry Music Awards and won the 2019 Torch Award from the Keith Whitley Fingerprint on Country Music Awards. Waldrup was named 2023 top 5 artist to watch by Country Evolution and is releasing new music for streaming this Spring.
Waldrup’s debut album JUSTIFIED, produced by multi-award winner Garth Fundis (known for his work with Trisha Yearwood and Alabama, among others), debuted on four Billboard Album Charts. “Sometimes He Does,” one of the songs featured on JUSTIFIED, was included in Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the Top 10 Country and Americana songs of the week immediately following its release. Music Row icon and historian Robert Oermann deemed the track a “Disc of The Day,” adding that Waldrup is a “real deal country singer.”
Throughout her career, Waldrup has played music in over 15 countries all over the world. She currently hosts a weekly online series on Facebook entitled “Waldrup Wednesday.” The videos air every Wednesday at 5PM CT and can be accessed on-demand anytime via Facebook and YouTube.
In September 2022, Waldrup released her new album Kendall County Road produced by Grammy-award winning producers Paul Worley and Biff Watson. The album includes a song written with WW2 D-Day Veteran, Jim Martin, a feature with Wendy Moten on “Nothing Is Impossible,” and the title track "Kendall County Road", which reminisces about home and family.
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