Kaitlyn Croker Doesn’t Hold Back on “Dead Man Walking”

Singer/songwriter’s new single is a three-minute revenge punch

Nashville, Tennessee

Promising, “If there’s anything left, come dusk to dawn, then boy you better run, Cause a dead man walking is this girl’s fun,” singer/songwriter Kaitlyn Croker’s new single is released today with full force.

Make no mistake, the country song “Dead Man Walking,” co-written with Erika Catt, is about a guy screwing over a girl (cheating on her) and she’s coming back for a full revenge story. The track was recorded in Music City at County Q Studio and produced by Joe Barrick. The single is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, and all major streaming and digital retail platforms.

I think people will be excited about this fun, fierce, up-tempo song that gets audiences revved up,” Croker said. “I’ve gotten a lot of compliments while performing it out live and the audience reactions have given me affirmations that this song was meant to be released.”

And performing live has been the order of the day for the native of Lusby, Maryland (an hour outside of Washington, DC). The multi-instrumentalist recently performed in a round at the world-famous Bluebird Café, which she did while nursing a perforated eardrum from having gotten kicked in the head at jiu-jitsu. Ironically, the idea for “Dead Man Walking” came to Croker as she was getting ready to go to jiu-jitsu (a passion of hers) and because she was sitting on the edge of the bathtub, she recorded a work tape with the bath water running, “real and raw,” which is how she has been sharing about the song during live acoustic performances in the lead up to today’s release.

In addition to the aforementioned legendary venue in Nashville, she even opened for Shenandoah (in Alabama), Rhonda Vincent (in Alabama), and “The Voice” winner Todd Tilghman (in Knoxville).

Having just turned 18 years old in April, Croker last year was featured with Chad Wilson on the song “Ascending,” which she performed at an event on the legendary Johnny Cash’s farm the night after its release.

Croker is already writing more new music and is currently looking at potential film placement and acting. She has been in Nashville for about two years now, the first eight months of which saw her family living in an RV.

Croker’s official website is www.KaitlynCroker.com and she is active on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, and Twitter. There are also links to each of those from her Linktree.

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