About Caitie Hurst
For the friends and family of Caitie Hurst, noticing her vocal gifting was easy. Getting her to sing was a different story.
Born and raised in Hendersonville, Tennessee, Caitie grew up with a passion for music and a knockout voice…accompanied with fierce insecurity to share it with people. Despite Caitie’s hesitancy, others kept encouraging and helping her to share her talents. She began leading worship at church, still feeling anxiety, still waiting for the fear to fade. With support from her mentors, Hurst came to understand something important about her music—that it wasn’t meant to be about her. It was meant to point people to Christ.
Caitie wanted to create pop songs that both shared the love of Jesus and offered listeners a good jam session. While working in youth ministry, she discovered that the insecurities she’d carried most of her life were also felt by so many others. So Hurst turned those struggles into melodies; she crafted songs about finding and trusting God in the midst of those worries.
Caitie Hurst pairs her singer-songwriter talents with compassionate vulnerability and authenticity. The result for listeners is not just a captivating sound, but a genuine connection—an opportunity to sing along with a friend, to walk together through the ups, downs, and uncertainties, remembering the One they can be sure of.
Caitie’s debut EP “How Could I Be Silent” came out last year, with its title single reaching the No. 2 CHR radio spot. She has toured alongside acts like For King & Country, Zach Williams, and Newsong; this spring she joins Unspoken, North Point, and InsideOut on the road.