Listening to my grandfather sing around the house, and the congregation harmonize at the Sunday service, the seeds of song were planted early.
A part of my high school choir, I didn’t start playing guitar until the last summer of undergrad, after it had sat under my bed for 3 years. Once I cracked the case, a whole new world of magic emerged as I discovered to my delight a passion for songwriting.
Kendra’s music speaks both to her personal experience, and the universal journey of the soul.
Her lyrically-driven soundscapes invite her listeners into the diverse terrain of the heart, opening you the honest, the real, and the beautiful.
Saturated with a soulful acoustic sound, you'll hear splashes of bluesy folk, tribal echoes, and threads of something ethereal.
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"Feed me. Take away this hunger. Take me to the garden of your precious feed."
"The work of shining, the work of shining, the work of letting yourself know. The work of shining, the work of letting yourself go. And he points himself north, and he takes himself forth. And he hears the eagle crying as he walks, he walks along."
"Oh the fire, the fire is warm, won't you come right here and stay for a while. And I'll lay me down.
And I'll listen to you, as you listen to me, cause we've both got a song to sing!"
"Can you feel the love pouring down, as the rain becomes the river? Let it feel good. That's the way it should. This heart becomes an ocean, that sets the world in motion."
"Let the loneliness penetrate your heart. Let the shadow break you, that you may know the truth of your soul."
"A ritual of love to keep living and giving and offering up from your heart."
"Desire, reach higher, and give me life. Inspire! Desire, reach down low, and let it go, to something beautiful."
Way down, Love me way down. Love me way down.
Love me like a child. Love me, so sweet and mild. Love me way down.
Love me, like a woman. Love me, so hot and strong.
Love me way down.