Bio Kaile Goh may look familiar to you ... as a model and actress she has been in countless commercials and major campaigns, including Disney, Target, JC Penney, Wal-Mart, Barbie, Bratz, Kodak, and many more.
This year, at 14, she adds “professional musician” to her resume with the release of her debut album, “One Too Many Times.”
Born to a Chinese father and an American mother, Kaile lived in Singapore for the first several years of her life. When her family moved to Los Angeles she began modeling and acting, signing with Ford Modeling Agency and Abrams Artists. Kaile’s passion, however, has always been for music.
She began singing, playing guitar and writing songs at the age of nine. Using her own money earned from modeling to buy her Gibson Hummingbird guitar, she had her first song played on UCLA Radio at the age of 10. Her parents encouraged her, giving her lessons and taking her to open mic nights.
With the guidance of producers Krish Sharma (Perry Ferrell, Rolling Stones) and Bobby Brooks (P.O.D.), Kaile’s debut cd includes 11 of the more than 40 songs she has written, ranging in style from power pop to hard rock.
To support the release of “One Too Many Times” she has a string of west coast performances lined up with her band.