NEWS MEDIA

“What could be more magical than Disney’s Night of Joy and an enchanting country cover? Nothing! Sixteen-year-old Charly Reynolds took the stage at the event to cover RaeLynn’s catchy tune “God Made Girls.”

Reynolds had just turned sweet 16 in this clip, but you can’t tell from her stage presence, because she’s a master at her craft. The adorable singer took the stage in a bright blouse and faded jeans, calmly asking all her girls to come to the front of the venue and help her sing the female empowering song.


Reynolds’ voice is sweet, but powerful and she sings the song as if it was written for her. It doesn’t take the audience long to get invested into the song, quickly going to the stage and singing along and clapping to the cover. The Florida native calls herself a country singer on her Twitter page, but she covers more than just country — her voice is suited for almost anything, although we’re partial to her country sound.

Watch 16-year-old Charly Reynolds cover RaeLynn in the clip above.”
— Taste of Country Magazine
http://tasteofcountry.com/kids-singing-country-raelynn-god-made-girls/
 
Adorable 16-year-old country singer Charly Reynolds took the stage at Disney’s Night of Joy recently to perform RaeLynn‘s girl-empowering song “God Made Girls” and she totally nailed it.

Even though Charly is only 16, you would never know by her performance. She is strong, confident and owns the stage like a seasoned professional. She even invites the girls in the crowd to surround the stage and help her sing the catchy tune.

You rock Charly, RaeLynn would be proud.
— One Country
https://www.onecountry.com/country-music/16-year-old-nails-cover-of-raelynns-god-made-girls/
 
Charly Reynolds is not like most teenagers. After graduating high school in May, Reynolds, 18, decided to put college on hold and move to Nashville from Orlando to pursue her dream of being a country music singer...
— The Odyssey
 
Charly Reynolds was one of 645 senior high school students in Boone High School’s 2018 graduating class. While Reynolds closed this chapter of her life by graduating high school in Orlando, she’s opening the next chapter in Nashville as she puts college on hold to pursue her dream in music...
— Downtown Community Paper