Bio
Kayleigh Moyer is a Session and Live Percussionist/Drum Kit player and clinician based in Nashville, TN.

She recently finished a tour with Pop Artist Whitney Woerz opening up for Jesse McCartney and is still traveling/performing as a part of Whitney's band to promote Whitney's single Little Bit More.

Kayleigh is also currently recording an album with Reignite, featuring electric string instruments with drums. This group is creating a new sound by pioneering electronic effects on string instruments, innovating tunings, and incorporating drums and percussion. Reignite's Fall 2018 tour included educational outreach and performances with High School Orchestras, and they are already in the process of booking their 2019 Fall Tour. Reignite's mission and passion is to inspire people through music to be more creative and have the drive to pursue a passion of their own. To learn more about the group, visit www.ReigniteMusic.net

In the Summer of 2018, Kayleigh was asked to film for ESPN College Gameday's intro with Country Legends Big & Rich. You can see this intro aired every Saturday morning on ESPN and ESPNU at the start of the College Game Day show.

Kayleigh traveled to China with the Hollywood Film Music Orchestra tour to Nanjing, China for the Nanjing Forrest Festival in October 2017. She performed 2 hours of film music with a 45-piece orchestra under the direction of Erik Ochsner, in front of screens displaying scenes from the films in the background. Her role as a percussionist with this group had her moving between drum kit and the classical percussion section from piece to piece.

Kayleigh performed with Keith Urban on the CMT Artists of the Year 2015 Live TV Awards show. This performance was then nominated for CMT's Performance of the Year. Watch the performance here.

She has also performed at the Grand Ole Opry three times with country artist Ashley Clark. Kayleigh completed a two-year world tour with Barrage 8 putting on an exciting production with 8 string players and a wide range of genres covered each performance. While in Barrage 8, she was Courtesy Faculty and Artist in Residence at Florida Gulf Coast University in Spring 2017, which included her giving masterclasses, clinics, performances, and private lessons.  On her own, she has hosted clinics and masterclasses at middle schools, high schools, and universities across the country. When she is not on the road, Kayleigh works with several engineers and producers in Nashville as a session drummer. 

Kayleigh made the move to Nashville in 2011 to study commercial music at Belmont University, and she graduated with a Bachelors in Commercial Music Percussion with an emphasis in Performance in the spring of 2015. She was nominated for and was awarded the Freshman of the Year Award, Sophomore of the Year, and Junior of the Year/ Presser Scholar for the School of Music by the faculty. She was also awarded the Percussive Arts Society scholarship dedicated to iconic Nashville drummer Larrie Londin. 

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