About Carol Ann

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Carol Ann Wood was born into a large family of talented musicians and has been singing and performing since she could talk. Her fondest memories include touring the country performing traditional bluegrass and country shows with her parents and siblings at various festivals, fairs and the yearly Jerry Lewis Telethon.

Carol and her sister were finalists on the popular Nashville Network program, You Can be Star. Carol also performed at Carnegie Hall as part of the Portland Opera Chorus.

She is a versatile artist that can easily sing many genres. Over the years, her interest in music expanded to include performing in several new wave, pop, rock and roll, blues and gospel groups. Carol has come full circle back to her roots -with a contemporary twist- with Born to Fly band. Their tight harmonies and acoustic style are the perfect blend of Alternative meets Americana. Carol plays her father’s beloved 1948 Gibson as she writes, sings lead vocal, and back up harmonies for Born to Fly.

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