Kila Mateah Alizabeth Tuckett has been singing since she could talk. She made her debut at the Lincoln County Fair and Rodeo when she was 5.
Kila Mateah, Teah to those who know her best, grew up singing with her sister, as their older brother would sing and accompany them on his guitar.
She began writing songs when she was 15, and she continues to write every day. Her inspirations are all around her, she writes about her life, in ways she hopes the audiences can relate. She released her first small album March of 2018, titled “Big Big World”. This album was put together alongside her dear friend Craig Minor, a very talented musician most known as the banjo player for Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband. Some of her favorite performances have been entertaining guests at Gunstock Ranch in Hawaii, singing live at Puckett’s in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, and also performing a set for the NRA finals in Kalispell, Montana.
She plans to release new music in the next year, and continue to play and perform all over.