Northwest Music Scene
Rain City Collective Interview
Seattle's WARM 106.9 Appearance
"Everything Woman" Review
“A Thousand Skies” has an opening that reminds me of “Somewhere Only We Know” by Keane, but different enough by far to be completely and thoroughly Kristin Chambers.... Kristin sounds similar to Kate Bush in this track, strings come in beautifully through the middle and until the end…this is just about the most beautiful ending to an album as you could ask for. If “A Thousand Skies” doesn’t convince you here at the end…there’s just no helping you."
Very Cool Tunes
Kristin Chambers just sent us over her new works titled“Everything Woman” and the songs are so refined and elegantly delivered we’ve been playing her album over and over at the studio. Kristin surely knows how to write songs and her vocals are quite extraordinary and filled with warmth. You have to check out her latest album and connect with her now! Bravo!!!
The Seattle Weekly
Tom Lohrmann Interview
Seattle Playback :: Seattle Public Library Music Streaming Service
Doug Zangar :: Guitarist, composer, engineering expert and educator
Rain City Collective :: Seattle Music and Photo Blog
Match Maker Music :: Music Library for Film/TV representing "Guarantee" from Everything Woman
Skoor Sound :: Producer Eric Eagle
Red Queen Music :: TV and Film music representative for Everything Woman & Snow Globe
Marie Skoor :: Artist/ Artwork for Everything Woman & Snow Globe
Bobby Borg :: Consultant
Mack Grout :: Pianist, composer, instructor
Sing Now Voice Lessons Series :: by Kristin Chambers
Azalea Music Group :: Nashville based recording studio, and artist education and services.
Fervor Records :: Film and TV Licensing Label representing "Auld Lang Syne" and "Silent Night" from Snow Globe
Kristin's Album Snow Globe Wins Best Holiday Album 2015
"This mesmeric collection of Christmas songs is the perfect gift for the holiday season; Kristin Chambers' enchanting voice is the glittering bow on every exquisite track."
What Kristin's Fans are saying..
"One of the pleasurable discoveries of my stay in the Northwest has been discovering and valuing the fresh and dynamic talent and voices on stage through various performance venues. I find myself drifting in contemplation and thought amidst the live music of Kristin Chambers as her voice soars and her two band members effortlessly accompanying the subtle and textual harmonies. The language may be easily understandable but it is far from droning simplicity. You sense that Kristin has both something to express and the articulating tools to successfully accomplish her objective. All of the band members are evidently well trained and schooled, but I have never sensed the slightest banality or redundancy in their energy. Every song fresh, every message vital. If one listens to music for more than just spectator amusement, Kristin and her band will remind you how music can uplift and why it is still an important medium. From sound check to curtain call, her performance exceeds whatever the spectator must invest to savor it."
Marques Vickers, Author/Artist