Kären McCormick Releases New Single, "Heartbroken Girls" and Shares Comfort Food
"When I'm craving comfort food, I go for a baked good of some kind -- I enjoy the process of making it almost as much I enjoy the final product itself! Pizza is also one of my comfort food staples -- because there's not such thing as a bad pizza."
"My dad thinks I’m completely boring, because I am 100% satisfied with just cheese on my pizza! But if I am mixing it up, I like mushrooms, feta cheese, and spinach."
"My parents have completely different cooking styles being that my mom is from Congo and my dad is from Minnesota. That meant we’d have anything from classic American pie to cassava leaves and rice (my absolute favorite!). I love it because I do believe it made all of us so open to trying new foods, especially when we travel to new places!"
"Now that I live in Nashville, there are so many new restaurants to try just about every week! If I’m going out with friends I try to find a place I’ve never been. We recently we out to Loveless Cafe and the sweet potatoes are a MUST! I am always trying to improve my cooking skills, so for dinner I usually try to find a recipe I haven’t tried before and make it my own!"
You can listen to Kären McCormick's New single below!
"My new single, “Heartbroken Girls” is available every now! I’m overjoyed to share a chapter of my story with you. Thank you for listening."
"My advice for young artists trying establish a name for themselves is to find what makes you different and be unapologetic about it. When I think of the females I look up to, they are all different from each other. Maren Morris doesn’t sound like Kacey Musgraves and Kacey doesn’t sound anything like Carrie Underwood. There is room for you, there is room for them, because there is no one else who can be you."
With a vocal blend of Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves, Kären McCormick is already making a name for herself. McCormick snagged a win at Got Talent, Spokane in 2012 and played two dates on Kelsea Ballerini’s “The Unapologetically Tour” with Walker Hayes. She has opened for Terry McDermott of NBC’s “The Voice” and has racked up over 850,000 views on YouTube.
Inspired by artists like Carrie Underwood and Faith Hill, McCormickreleased her first autobiographical single, “Just a Song,” in March 2018. With more than 20,000 streams, it has been recognized by The Daily Country as “a universal pop-country track which recalls a certain superstar.” Her sophomore single, “We Were on Fire,” was released in August 2019.