Kenzie Wetz

Her sultry vocals and stylistic approach to the fiddle have made
Kenzie Wetz a sought after musician and vocalist not only in the
studio, but in live performances as well.  Her voice is timeless and her
musicianship solid, yet it is her ability to transcend across musical
genres that has her name on the lips of the music industry’s
seasoned veterans.  
Kenzie plays on the Grand Ole Opry and has worked with numerous
artists such as Jamey Johnson, Charles Esten, The Oak Ridge Boys,
Pam Tillis, Steve Wariner, Little Jimmy Dickens and Whisperin’ Bill
Anderson.  Her talents were also a part of the acclaimed TV series
Nashville, where Kenzie was a part of the Rayna James band for 5
seasons, beginning with the pilot episode.
When asked about her musical influences, she credits her mom for
raising her on a mix of classic pop, soul, and traditional country. She
is drawn to male artists and the honest and soulful sounds of artists
such as Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Bill Withers, Ronnie Milsap, and
Willie Nelson. The ease and believability with which these particular
singers deliver a melody has played a large role in shaping her vocal
style as well as Kenzie’s approach to the fiddle.
Through the quality of her voice, the songs she writes, and her
interpretation of songs she loves written by others, Kenzie aims for
honesty and authenticity in all that she does. Kenzie says, “The music I
make is a means by which to glorify Jesus Christ and reflect His
love and uniqueness. I don't care much to fit into a neatly-packaged
description. I'm far more concerned with integrity.”
Kenzie Wetz is just that- authentic, timeless and unique.