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Her Story

Echo, born Caroline Echols, is a rising star with a sound all her own. Having sung since as long as she can remember, Echo says her family always knows when she is home because she can be heard singing all throughout the house. She started singing in her elementary school chorus as an extracurricular activity. Then when she started middle school, she chose middle school chorus as one of her classes. Her first solo was This is Me from The Greatest Showman.

Once she got to high school, she was selected for the Women’s Advanced Ensemble. She recalls that hearing the Ensemble for the first time was so beautiful it made her cry. She was later selected as a member of the Women’s Trio her sophomore, junior and senior years of high school. The trio competed against other high school trios and won the State competition two years. Echo also had solo performances throughout high school, highlighted by the spring Variety Show each year, a sold-out concert featuring all of the best high school talent. Her favorite solo performance was Taylor Swift’s Back to December.

 In 2019, she enrolled at Honey Bee Music School, which later became the Buford Academy of Music. Erik and Elise Bennett at Honey Bee quickly recognized her unique talent and worked with her to develop her skills and help her overcome her stage fright. Her progression from that first middle school solo to her now confident ease on stage has been dramatic. She fondly remembers her first solo in a Honey Bee show, which was a fresh arrangement by Erik Grant Bennett of the Beatles’ Can’t Buy Me Love. Since then, she has performed countless times, covering many artists and proving she has vocal range and versatility that very few can equal. From pop to rock, country to classical, blues to jazz, Echo can sing it all and make it her own.

After high school graduation, she was accepted into the Hugh Hodgson School of Music at the University of Georgia. At Georgia, she performs with Women’s Glee and was selected for Repertory Singers. Her freshman year was full of change, adjustment, and heartbreak. But the bright spot was spending the year working with producer Erik Grant Bennett on her debut album entitled “Broken Things,” an EP with six songs they wrote together. The music reflects the emotions she has experienced as a young adult learning who she is and gaining the resiliency to know she can handle anything life throws at her.


What They Say

"The track features some strong vocal work and a really great hook that certainly drew me in with its passionate, emotional performance."

- TheIndyReview

"Wow! Beautiful voice! Amazing when you keep going up - incredible vocal range, and love the energy."

- GlacerFM

"Seamlessly merges captivating beats with lyrical prowess."

- Lyrical Odyssey

"A marvelous musical masterpiece."

- Free99


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