Former Shorecrest Student and Seattle Singer songwriter donates proceeds of New Album to Susan G Komen

Monday, October 20, 2014

Former Shorecrest student, singer and songwriter Kristin Chambers will be performing her title track "Everything Woman" on King 5 TV's NewDay Northwest, Wednesday Oct. 22, kicking off a week of donating all music download sales to the Susan G. Komen Organization.

Kristin's mother-in-law is a 21 year survivor and two of her close friends have just come out of treatment cancer free. Kristin would like to continue to help researchers make sure everyone can join them in the survivors circle.

“Everything Woman” is a new compilation of original songs that captures Kristin's poetic, heartfelt lyrics and her authentic folk-pop melodies as never before. Produced by Eric Eagle (Jesse Sykes) of Seattle's Skoor Sound, "Everything Woman" comes to life with the all-star musical artistry of Keith Lowe (Fiona Apple), Jeff Feilder (Amy Ray), Michael Stegner, Steve Moore (Sufjan Stevens), Al Keith and the arranging brilliance of Hans Teuber.

To hear the title track click Everything Woman. Her pre-release rendition of Beck’s “Eyes That Say I Love You” has already caught the attention of The Seattle Weekly as the top staff pick for summer singles not to miss. To hear her rendition click here “Eyes That Say I Love You”.

In 2010 Kristin released her first original self-produced album “Kristin Chambers", and in 2012 “Endless Road,” which garnered over 100,000 downloads and fans over the internet radio waves. On “Everything Woman,”with the guidance of Producer Eric Eagle, Kristin infuses elements of soul with her beautiful melodies, and poetic lyrics, creating amazingly fresh music.


Anonymous,  October 21, 2014 at 4:01 PM  

Appreciate that she wants to donate the fruits of her labors - I just wish she would do a little research and find a more deserving "charity". Check out how much $ SGK pulls in and how they spend it - and who they support in the political arena.

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