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Where is Katrina Elam now?

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Katrina is married and living in Wisconsin, but taking frequent trips to Nashville as she continues her writing career.  She recently had a child, and is doing really well. She co-wrote "Easy", the Rascal Flatts/Natasha Bedingfield hit, has had lots of other cuts on albums by other artists.  She has written quite a bit with Hunter Hayes, who is poised to really hit big this year.  She also sang the National Anthem at the Packers play off game last weekend.   It's a shame the music business isn't welcoming her as a vocalist also, as she is incredibly talented. 

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