Pigeon Forge, TN/ Wilmington, nc
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A little background on me: The name Kol comes from my father and his Israeli roots. The word “kol” means voice in the Hebrew language. I wanted a name that has meaning to who I am as a person and a performer. Growing up in the coastal town of Wilmington, North Carolina, I started singing in church and local theater productions at the age of 6. I was always an active member of the theater scene in Wilmington and several choirs in the area including UNCW chamber choir while in High school. I spent some training time at French Woods Performing arts camp and Broadway Theater Project when I was younger. At the age of 16, I moved to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee to become a performer at Dollywood. This past year, I spent a lot of time recording in Nashville and released an album "Sunny Day" in the fall. I am currently taking classes through Berklee College Of Music and spending my time writing and collaborating with other artists.