Nashville songwriter Kamber is a natural storyteller, and she paints a picture with each lyrics she pens. Her distinct vocals and passion for the craft of songwriting propels her sound. A classically trained pianist and composer, Kamber has been writing since she was 14. Although Kamber’s writing style is influenced by darker pop artists such as Imogen Heap, Tori Amos, and Sia, she also draws upon a love for rock acts ranging from Nirvana to Underoath.
Kamber’s ambitious debut EP, “Hurry Up“, was released in November 2014, its production handled by her and her band. The three-track effort seamlessly blends creative storytelling, intricate piano work, and timeless guitar-driven rock – sewn together by Kamber’s unmistakable voice.
Throughout 2015, Kamber toured to support the Hurry Up EP. In Summer 2016, she released her newest single, “Summer Concrete“, supported by continued touring.
Kamber is also passionate about cover videos, and has begun to establish a reputation through her “1995 Series” on YouTube.
Kamber’s latest single, “Autumn”, was premiered by Nashville’s own Big City Thoughts Magazine and well-received by fans old and new alike.
Kamber’s most recent creative endeavor involves writing, performing, recording, and touring as the frontwoman of Nashville-based alternative heavy rock band Raviner.