Kimberly Anne Talks New Music, Coffee House Sessions & More With We Plug Good Music | Interviews
Illustrious South London talent Kimberly Anne has been turning heads lately with her striking acoustically driven sound and peppy personality. Kimberly’s voice has certainly flourished since the beginning of her career as a musician drawing influences from strong singer-songwriters like Tracy Chapman, Colin Hay and Jone Armatrading. The young lyricist has recently joined forces with touring platform Coffee House Sessions, embarking on an arduous two-week tour around multiple universities across the UK. After her stellar performance at Queen Mary University recently, We Plug Good Music’s Louie Smith caught up with Kimberly Anne to discuss her debut album, the transition from poet to musician and more. Read the rest of the interview here.
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