Christine Kindred released her new song on May 14th! “Heartbreak Heart Attack” can be found here. Kindred was not born into a musical family, but her grandfather was her influence as he loved Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson. Her Mom loved female country and pop, while her Dad loved Rock and roll. Kindred started singing at just 3 years old and attended her first concert at 5 years old, which was Faith Hill. She went on to perform in Theater and in the show choir in High School. By the time she was in her first band, she opened up for country artist Colt Ford at the 8 Seconds Saloon in 2014. Kindred looks up to Shania Twain because she “started the whole new age country” and Miranda Lambert because “she has always stuck to what she wants to do”. The Indiana singer loves the strong women in country music.
Her newest song, “Heartbreak Heart Attack” is about “falling into relationships that become toxic and not knowing how to say goodbye”. Kindred’s favorite part about performing is “The people! I love seeing the smiling faces and feeling the energy in the room”. Being on stage is calming and is a place where she feels like she is at home and herself. For her music, Kindred works with Dave Elwert, who has most recently become the drummer for female country trio Runaway June. The singer would give the advice of “Be yourself and don’t let the industry try to change who you are. Do not be afraid of hearing no because it will happen” to aspiring country artists.
You can find her new song “Heartbreak Heart Attack” across all streaming platforms and check out @christinenicolekindred on Instagram for more information.
Author: Charles Hacker
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