Kimberly Adair - Inspirational Recording Artist
Kimberly Adair was born and grew up in the small town of Okolona, MS. Her musical journey began at the young age of 5 within the walls of Red Bud Baptist Church. Kimberly’s journey eventually led her to Memphis, TN where she developed her love and passion for many constructs of music. It wasn’t long after her first live performance that she decided to make music her life’s purpose.
Singer-songwriter Kimberly Adair has a sound that can best be compared to artists such as Aretha Franklin and Yolanda Adams. She is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. She has also opened for such acts as Sheila E., Jay Leno, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Uptown Band, Ray Chew and the Crew, and The Craig Lewis Band just to name a few. Throughout her career, Kimberly has performed in such venues as TBN "Praise the Lord" (Trinity Broadcast Network), Little League World Series Championship (televised Live on ABC), The Apollo Theater NYC, Billtown Music Fest, Isaac Hayes', B.B. Kings, NBA games, The FedEx Forum, Memphis in May, Silvana NYC, and The Village Underground NYC.
The music of Kimberly Adair is based on the concept that music can touch every aspect of the human life. Due to this concept, Kimberly has made the spreading of love, joy, and inspiration through music her lifelong endeavor.