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Caitlin Koch is a Nashville-

based, Buffalo, NY born & Raised artist, singer & songwriter internationally known for her performances as the singing rugby coach on Simon Cowell's production, The X Factor USA, season 1


over the years, Caitlin has shared stages with or opened for the likes of pat benatar, Grace Potter, the goo goo dolls, kenny wayne shepherd, Gavin DeGraw, cassadee pope, The B52's, Blood Sweat & Tears, Bo Bice, Colt Ford, Danielle Bradbery, Avril Lavigne, Paula Abdul, Derek St. Holmes, Lance Diamond, lauren alaina, Brantley gilbert, Tears for Fears, Matt Giraud, T. Graham Brown, Dan+Shay, & others

After stunning audiences worldwide with her soulful rendition of "Stop In The Name Of Love" by The Supremes, Caitlin would go on to tour nationally under Abdul Inc. management (Paula Abdul)

In 2017, Caitlin headlined her first international tour to promote EP "I Am"; which she co-wrote, self-produced, and recorded in Nashville, Tennessee & Muscle Shoals, ALabama. The tour consisted of multiple countries in europe over the span of  2 years and put Caitlin on stage at 02 Arena in London UK 3 separate occasions with the likes of Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris, and reba mcentire


After a BBC Radio tour and performing at ramblin' man fair in 2018, Caitlin returned to Nashville to write


with Youtube covers "creep" (Radiohead) & "Simple Man" (Lynyrd Skynyrd) skyrocketing in 2020 and Originals "where You BEgan" + "So Different now" making their respective splashes in 2021, caitlin continues writing and performing stateside with fans overseas awaiting her return


december 11, 2022, Caitlin delivered the US national anthem for NFL team the buffalo bills and 80,000 Bills Mafia for her 12th consecutive year. find the live performance and more on


𝒔𝒐 𝒅𝒊𝒇𝒇𝒆𝒓𝒆𝒏𝒕 𝒏𝒐𝒘

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“Caitlin, to me you have a great, individual, authentic voice."
-Paula Abdul
"You did something with the song ["Stop in the Name of Love"] I've never heard before."
-Simon Cowell

"Wow... I really like you a lot."
-LA Reid
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