Katelyn Jolley was 13 years old when she won the second season of Music City Madness. She continues to perform
and is writing music and learning to play more instruments. "Music City Madness was an amazing experience for me," says Jolley.
"Going to Nashville and seeing how things happen firsthand was incredible."
"The day the 64 contestants were posted was so exciting," says Linda Alber. "I screamed (which is not a good thing to do when
you work at a hospital)." Alber continues to write and perform in Rhode Island. Watch "All
of My Life."
A native of Yakima, Wash., Toby Bradley writes and records in his spare time. The owner of a trucking company, he splits his
time between working, his music and his seven children. Watch "When
You Come Home."
After Music City Madness, Macy Van Arnum formed a band in New York. "My favorite thing about the contest was 'Wildflowers'
started to be played on local radio stations," says Van Arnum. Watch "Wildflowers."