Uniquely relatable, this northern Alabama native’s music is embraced by Americana fans across the country and abroad. Vaughan says, “I think all of her songs come from a personal experience. Each song is about something she’s gone through, which is good because it gives her a little edge on the delivery. The emotional content kinda comes through in there.”
After leaving her post as NASA contractor at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville to pursue music in 2013, McCarley toured over 200 dates in support of her second album, Jet Engines, and continues to build on that fan base with tour dates for the new album.