“From the moment Chambers opened her mouth, I felt her voice pulling at something inside me, drawing happiness and bubbles that emanated throughout my entire body. I got chills and felt my eyes tear up.” — Dan’s Tunes
Kristin Chambers is a vocalist, songwriter, and performer based in Seattle. Her warm adult- contemporary style stems from a wide range of influences from jazz to pop to blues. A classically trained vocalist and natural artist, Kristin has a talent for crafting honest and relatable songs. She feels most at home sitting behind a piano surrounded by melody.
For her, there’s nothing better than connecting with people through her voice. She’s been singing and performing almost her entire life. Before even knowing how to play an instrument, Kristin was writing her own material. In 2012 she took up the piano and started accompanying herself on stage. She has since become a prominent piano-based female singer-songwriter — one of the few in the Seattle area.
“I always want people to feel hope when they listen to my music. I try to write from my authentic self and I hope that comes through.” — Kristin Chambers
Kristin has released four full-length studio albums and one EP. She has more than two-hundred songwriting credits to her name. In 2022 her song “Everything Woman” was featured on the television show Better Caul Saul. Her songs “Ride Or Die” (co-written by David Hayes), and “Home” (co-written by Chris Mugs), have both been featured on the CBS daytime drama The Young And The Restless.
Her many collaborations working with producers and songwriters across the US and internationally have led to song placements on Television. Her work can be heard on Lifetime, Hallmark, and National Geographic networks.
In October of 2022 Kristin debuted her latest project — a series of singles written over the course of the pandemic. The first single “Giant” takes its inspiration from well-known Seattle writer Michelle Goodman’s essay of the same name, which explores death and grief.