Known for his impressive vocal control and “million-dollar-smile,” 17-year-old Caleb Carroll is a talent beyond his years. A native of metro Detroit, Caleb has been singing since he was six years old – getting his start in his church youth choir.
Since then, Caleb has continued to develop in his craft, making his way onto the national stage in 2015 after being selected from a country-wide casting to perform “America the Beautiful” at the U.S. Open in New York City. Caleb has also performed at the America’s Thanksgiving Parade and has sung the national anthem for basketball superstar LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers at both regular season and playoff games at the request of team owner Dan Gilbert, who originally heard Caleb sing at a high school basketball game in Michigan. Simply put, Gilbert said: "This kid can sing."
While Caleb enjoys performing at sporting events across the country, his true passion is singing for God. Caleb is the leader of the youth praise team and a member of the adult praise team and choir at Life Application Ministries in Warren, Michigan, where his grandfather is the pastor. He has received more than 3 million video views of him leading worship and singing covers of worship songs on various sites, including his popular YouTube channel and on the Eydely worship channel on Facebook.
Active in his community, Caleb has performed at the Gleaners Hunger Free Summer annual event in Detroit, the City of Warren’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration, the annual Detroit Red Wings & United Cerebral Palsy Alumni Charity Game and the Detroit Goodfellows Annual Tribute Breakfast at Cobo Center.
Caleb is a resident of West Bloomfield, Michigan, where he lives with his father, mother and older brother. In his free time, he enjoys photography and playing football and basketball.