Nashville based singer-songwriter with Memphis roots. A powerhouse with smooth soulful R&B swagger, edgy pop sensibilities, with a dash of jazzy flare. Writing chops as sharp as her singing and a stage presence second to none.
Between performances with Stevie Wonder, Kirk Whalum, and Stax great William Bell, and the National Civil Rights Museum’s Freedom Award Ceremony honoring the late Aretha Franklin, as well as a recent opening slot with India Arie at the Ryman Auditorium, Kyndle is the definition of a rising star!
“I feel very fortunate about all the things that have happened for me so far. Writing has helped me find my voice. I ask myself, “What do I want to say?” It’s nailing down what makes me get up in the morning, what keeps me up at night, what pisses me off, what makes my heart swell up with joy. My unique humanity. The core of my music is soul, but there are pop elements, as well as rock and jazz. It’s a melting pot of everything I am.”
Photography credits: Adrian Berryhill, Paul Ebersold, Adrian Mayfield, Kyndle McMahan, Scott Willis