Caroline Grace Wiseman is a 14 year old ranch raised cowgirl from Leon County Texas. She lives on a working cow-calf ranch where she is the seventh generation in her family to ranch and run cattle in Texas. Caroline has a passion for singing western and cowboy music as well as playing rhythm guitar and mando-guitar. She started singing with her parents; Cary and Dawn Wiseman at the Cowboy Church of Leon County at the age of 5 and she continues to bless her home congregation with music as often as she can. Caroline started performing in Fort Worth, Texas with the Cowtown Opry Buckaroo Program when she was 8 years old and she still continues to be a devoted member of The Buckaroos today. Caroline Grace has been a member of the International Western Music Association since 2014 and she currently serves as an Officer of the IWMA Youth Chapter. Caroline is an A Honor Roll Student at Montgomery High School and serves as a Freshman Class Officer for Student Council and is a member of Texas FFA. Caroline Grace loves cattle and ranching, she is a member of the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association in Fort Worth, Texas. Caroline is active in showing and breeding Registered Longhorn Cattle throughout Texas and hopes to train her Longhorn Steer so that she can ride him and sing for special events. This young artist is very passionate about Western Music, Cowboy Poetry and her family’s cowboy-western heritage and way of life. Caroline Grace has performed music to audiences’ in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arizona. Caroline Grace aspires to perform at a location near you.
In April of 2018 Caroline released, Caroline Wiseman a 4 song demo CD. Caroline is also a musician and vocalist on the CTO Buckaroos, Stockyard Serenade that was released in 2018. Stockyard Serenade CD and songs on the CD have remained in the top 30 on the Western Charts since the release and continue to be played on Radio Stations today.