Elaina Kay grew up on her family's ranch in North Texas, where they farm and train horses for a living. Her passion for the cowgirl lifestyle came at an early age, but her true calling poured out in her songwriting. Since she was ten years old, her "Memaw" toted her around to sing every rodeo, festival or old folks home in her area. She also got her start performing on "Johnnie High's Country Music Revue" in Arlington, TX. When she was eighteen, she loaded her truck down and moved herself to the "Cowboy Capital of the World" in Stephenville, Texas and joined the Tarleton State University Rodeo Team. She soon realized she didn't only belong horseback, but behind a guitar, playing her original music. Elaina lived her life on the road with her horses, dog and rodeo buddies which gave her a well of stories to be told, both happy and heartbreaking. This put the fire beneath her to realize she wanted to engulf her life in music and performing. It wasn't long before she put out a record, hit the road, and never looked back.