Franklin First Friday Art Scene: Kaleb Scherer
Come out to the Franklin Visitor Center for the First Friday Art Crawl on August 5th! Kaleb Scherer will be performing original music from 6 – 9 p.m. Swing by to enjoy some live tunes and shop the latest merch and goods from your favorite local artisans. Special Offer: Spend $50 on non-sale merchandise and receive a FREE collapsible Visit Franklin-branded water bottle!
About August’s Featured Artist:
Kaleb Scherer was born in the small town of Grass Valley, California. Born and raised in Northern California he left the “The Golden State” at the age of 17 to attend a small college in Eastern Nebraska, Midland University, on an athletic scholarship for Shotgun Sports. It was here in Fremont, Nebraska that he would start playing guitar and writing songs in his small dorm room. Kaleb obtained his love for music at a young age from his parents but, especially from his dad. Some of his biggest musical influences include Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Cody Johnson, Eric Church, John Denver, Jon Pardi, and the Zac Brown Band. It was in the summer of 2020 that he first had the idea of pursuing music seriously. In November of that year, Kaleb visited Nashville for the very first time. Here he met one of the most influential people on his journey so far, singer, songwriter, and producer Jonny Houlihan. He was given the incredible opportunity to record his first four songs with Jonny. This is where Kaleb really came into his own as an artist and developed his unique neo-traditional sound. His debut single, Rowdy in Reno, was then released on March 5th, 2021. Soon after this release, Kaleb graduated from Midland and immediately moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Now you can find Kaleb around the Nashville area cutting his teeth at open mics, writer’s rounds, and other local spots. Follow Kaleb on his socials to stay up to date on any shows or performances he has coming up.
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