Growing up on the radio, there was really no chance Caroline Kraddick would not end up as a performer. Thanks to her father, the late radio personality, Kidd Kraddick, Caroline was singing on air by the time she was 3 years old. She was immediately hooked and has been performing on stages ever since.
A music artist at heart, Caroline has spent the last 5 years dedicating her efforts to continuing her father’s legacy by taking on the position of CEO and Chief Happiness Officer of Kidd’s Kids. Having built a strong team to manage the daily operations of the charity, Caroline is now focusing on creating her legacy. Caroline is now concentrating on her first love … music.
After the sudden loss of her father, music became too painful a place to visit. Caroline sang at her father’s public memorial and then walked away from music. She spent the next few years focusing on Kidd’s Kids, the charity her father had founded. But in 2017, Caroline was encouraged by a friend to audition for ABC’s American Idol. During the Idol Audition process, Caroline rediscovered her first love and found her true musical voice.