We Are In This Together

The season is turning to Spring, and usually the excitement of warmer longer days, and nature sprouting with life, is hard to contain in Seattle. But this year it feels like just another Winter day as I write this. It has never been more apparent that we are all connected. That we are all here together sharing this planet. I suppose that is good news, but my heart aches for my friends, or anyone that has lost a loved one, a job, or their spirit due to the recent turn of events. I want to help everyone, and yet I can only help a few; by keeping my piano lessons going over FaceTime, checking in with the people I love, sending texts and messages to folks, and the strangest thing- by staying away for others.

I also find myself wanting everyone to get along (I'm a middle kid). And though it's quieter on the street, the sound of discord is like a steady hum, even when the tv and all my devices are powered down. As leaders struggle to figure things out, and everyone is scrambling to keep their footing, I feel so  grateful for every positive spirit working on this frightening situation, from the front lines to unknown volunteer.

As a musician and songwriter, I am so grateful that I can offer you music. I have been writing songs for many years now, and singing my entire life. I am always drawn to write about hope, or at least a glimmer of it.  So here is a playlist of some of my songs on Spotify. 

https://open.spotify.com/user/krispy123%21/playlist/7oRc3GEh9mtl5xplN8Xiy5?si=9qAQDDSMSFymHSLRvFARLQ

Perhaps you'll find something that makes you feel better, and less isolated, if and when you find yourself in that space in the coming weeks.

I am also on all other streaming services and you can download on this website as well. 

Stay strong and know that there will be a day when it truly feels like Spring again.

 

Vito's February 27th

Join Kristin at Vito's on February 27th between 9 and midnight! Kristin will be a mix of original and classic Jazz and Blues with Mack Grout, Birch Pereira and Adam Kessler

More about the venue here https://www.vitosseattle.com

Thank You!


2020 brings great news in my musical world! The 5th Annual Snow Globe raised 6,935 meals for Northwest Harvest! Thank you to everyone that braved the rapids on the rainiest night in a decade and joined us at The Royal Room. Thank you to everyone that gave their time and energy to the show,whether it was through performing, donating or volunteering. To the folks at King 5 TV that supported and had me on the air to talk about the show, to KSER FM for donating their signed guitar we raffled, and Mike McReady of Pearl Jam for signing it!, Warm 106.9 for your support, and Northwest Harvest and your volunteers for all the work you do! To the Royal Room for donating a portion of the Special Snow Globe Cocktail! All of the love and support made the evening a lovely night of music and giving. The energy we created is still reverberating as I type this, to people in need on this Winter day. Remember that good things are happening even when the news seems to tell us otherwise.

Stay tuned for more great music news.

The 5th Annual Snow Globe Concert and Northwest Harvest Benefit December 20th

The 5th Annual Snow Globe Concert and NW Harvest Benefit is finally here! Join us  tomorrow night as we come together to celebrate music and the holidays in the spirit of giving. The show is at The Royal Room again, and I'm shaking up all kinds of festive fun in my globe this year! This year the show is all new with some fantastic guest artists joining in, including Mack Grout, Tekla Waterfield, Debbie Miller, and more. Please join us for all the merriment. Your ticket provides upwards of 40 meals. 

You can get your tickets here- https://theroyalroomseattle.com/event/5th-annual-kristin-chambers-snow-globe/?instance_id=592

If you are not in the Seattle area and would like to donate you can do so below!

Thank you for your support!

 

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