McCall Chapin and Katareen Mohammed are two singer/songwriters that make up the acoustic duo, McCall and Katareen. After connecting in their high school chorus class, they discovered they share the same passion for music and began their musical journey together. Playing catchy originals and covers old and new, their harmonies and musicality is appreciated by all who hear. With influences from artists of the country world like Dolly Parton, Chris Stapleton and Kacey Musgraves, to the best of folk, like Mumford and Sons and The Head and the Heart, and even influences from pop music artists such as Julia Micheals and Adele, their music captures true emotional story telling that people of all ages can relate to. Since 2016, McCall and Katareen have performed over 100 gigs in the Florida Panhandle area, playing alongside artists such as Blind Joe from the Voice, The Currys, Grace Pettis, Passerine, Brightside, The Lessers, Dylan LeBlanc, Randall Bramblett, The Mulligan Brothers, and so many more regional and national acts. Collectively, they have won two regional Battle of the Bands competitions, and they have collaborated with numerous local acts, broadening their musical abilities and interests. In 2017 they released their debut EP, Looking for Love, featuring four of their original songs. In 2018 the duo made their move to Nashville, TN to study at Belmont University and grow their artistry and sound. During their freshman year, they participated in the 2018 Battle of the Belmont Bands, performed at various campus functions, and ventured out into the city to get a taste for the music scene. A new city, new people, and new experiences have led them to write some of their most personal songs yet. These songs have made their way onto their upcoming album, titled Sweet Darling that will be out in the fall. As they head into their sophomore year of college, the two hope to grow even more as individuals and as artists.