“Ambition is a dream with a V8 engine.”
— Elvis Presley
Caitie Thompson is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Delaware, Ohio. On April 8th, 2017, Caitie released her very first solo EP titled "Enough" on which she performed every lead vocal, background vocal, and instrument track that is heard. After her release party she immediately flew across the pond to Chelmsford, England where her EP was featured on British radio station, Chelmsford Community Radio. Caitie's voice has been described as unique, soulful, and edgy, which is equally matched by her skills on guitar. This "country rocker chick" doesn't just strum the guitar, she can melt your face with it too. She is the lead guitarist for the acoustic duet "The Lucky Penny Sisters", a duo she formed with her sister Leslie Alexander. The sisters have been playing regularly every month in Central Ohio for the last eleven years. In 2018, Caitie moved to Nashville, TN to pursue her dreams of songwriting. It was in Nashville that Caitie met her now business partner Erin McLendon who founded Music On The Move Studios which encompanses a virtual lesson studio, an all female showcase at City Winery (Nashville) and Caitie's podcast, "Paradox Jukebox". Ever since she has been playing not just in Nashville, but all over the country. She can be seen playing lead guitar for Erin McLendon and the Hellcats, bass for Meg Williams, and soon she'll be on drums for Canadian Pop artist, K-Bust.