I would answer this question by asking another question: "Do you have good internet?"
If the answer is yes, then I would start livestreaming your music. Set up a camera (or more if you're tech savvy), or just use Periscope, and start sharing 'shows' online, connecting with a global audience. You can be almost anywhere and do this!
Secondly, youtube videos! Start covering songs you love, and sharing original songs if you have them. Create a youtube channel and get it out there. Treat each video like a gig. Practice for it, create something you're proud of and share it with people who you think will love your music.
This way you can start to connect with a global audience before you ever leave your town. You may suck at making videos, or livestreaming, but you'll get better with time and practice. Don't wait for the people to come to you...go to the people!
Nate Maingard is a modern troubadour and live-streamer. He’s been on the music scene since 1998 and right now he is in the top 50 musicians on Patreon. He is a guest lecturer at SAE, Ovation Award Winner and Gold VIP live-streamer on Periscope.