Caitlin Koch ("cook") is a singer/songwriter best known as the singing Rugby coach on The X Factor USA Season 1. Caitlin traveled to Dallas, TX to audition where she melted the hearts of Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Nicole Scherzinger, & LA Reid with her soulful ballad rendition of "Stop In The Name Of Love" by The Supremes. She went on to compete through "Boot Camp Week" in Los Angeles, CA and on to the "Judges' Homes" round where she performed "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" by Carole King for Simon Cowell in France. After being let go from the show, Caitlin toured the nation performing under Paula Abdul's management. After years on the road, Caitlin moved to Nashville, TN to focus on songwriting in order to release an original EP. "I Am Caitlin" is her first original project that includes 4 original songs ("Run To The River", "Safe Bet", "In My Head", & "Welcome Back") and a unique take on Dolly Parton's "Jolene". The EP was recorded at Creampuff Studios in East Nashville, TN to 2" analog tape. The single from the EP, "Run To The River" was released to radio late November 2016 and is currently climbing New Music Weekly charts. Caitlin is currently an Independent Artist writing, recording, & preparing for a two-month long European Tour to start in the UK in February 2017.