Katelyn Tarver Releases New Single “Never Fade”

LA-based singer, songwriter, and actress, Katelyn Tarver just release her brand new track/collaboration with Sir Sly, “Never Fade”, a follow up to her explosive hit single “You Don’t Know,” which currently has 22 million views on YouTube. Listen to “Never Fade” HERE.

Soon after releasing her debut album at age 15, she joined the Jonas Brothers on tour and relocated to LA where she took a side step into acting, scoring recurring roles in Nickelodeon’s ‘Big Time Rush’ and ABC’s ‘No Ordinary Family.’ Most recently, she will soon be appearing alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in HBO’s “Ballers” this coming summer. Katelyn also co-wrote Cheryl Cole’s UK #1 single “Crazy Stupid Love,” with pop goliath Wayne Wilkins (Beyoncé, Leona Lewis) and worked with Childish Gambino collaborator Ludwig Göransson for her more recent Tired Eyes EP.

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing those memories of your lovely Mum. My mum was totally different to your mum but one thing they and most mothers had in common is that they gave love and were greatly loved all their lives. That love will never die and memories of affection will never fade. My mum taught me many things, some of which I’m only just beginning to discover. One of the most memorable things she ever said to me was, “Always be yourself and be proud of who you are”. One other thing each of our mothers have in common is the the initial of their first name. At my mum’s funeral we released several helium filled balloons. We gathered around the graveside and watched as the floating objects choreographed themselves into an almost perfect “M” amid the blue sky and then into the shape of a heart. I’m sure that was Mum’s final message.

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