She was romantically linked to American Idol contestant Jason Castro in 2006.
Cheyenne Kimball is 5'3" tall.
Cheyenne is left handed.
Cheyenne is the only person in her family with brown eyes. All the others have blue.
Her favorite actor is Robin Williams and her favorite actress is Kate Hudson.
Her favorite books are "Fight Club" and the "Gossip Girl" series.
Her favorite TV shows are Laguna Beach and Sex and the City.
Cheyenne's favorite color is pink.
She has 2 black chihuahuas named Olivia and Priscilla.
Her nickname is Chey.
Cheyenne recorded a duet with Josh Hoge called Wonderful.
Cheyenne's favorite band is called Blind Melon.
Her debut album "The Day Has Come" was released on July 11, 2006. It sold 40,000 copies in its first week.
At age 8 she began playing the guitar and has written around 200 songs.
At the age of 12, she won the top prize on America's Most Talented Kid, receiving 50,000 dollars.
Cheyenne: (on embarrassing reality TV moments) You don't really want people watching you get in a fight with your mom.
Cheyenne: When I was working on 'Everything To Lose' with the guys, I started to feel more confident than I ever had. I can never thank them enough for helping me open up as a songwriter and teaching me how to let the music flow organically. I cried the day I left their studio because it felt like I was leaving home.
Cheyenne: I remember very clearly the first time I heard 'No Rain.' It came on the radio - it had to be a few years after the record was out - and I was hooked, I just had to learn how to make those sounds. A friend gave me a guitar a few months later and I was on my way.
Cheyenne: I remember writing 'All I Want Is You' and hoping it would get me out of trouble. I haven't stopped writing songs or getting into trouble since.
Cheyenne: Since I don't have a license and can't drive, my dream car is a Barbie convertible from Toys R Us.
Cheyenne: I'm so clumsy and I like to wear heals a lot, so I'm bound to fall on stage sometime.
Cheyenne: I look up to Mandy Moore, because she's really classy. But when it comes to music, I'm my own person.
Cheyenne: I hear a lot of people say that albums are like snapshots in time, but I think my album feels more like a movie because I see myself growing up in these songs.
Cheyenne: I've been on the road so long I think I've forgotten how to talk to people my own age.