Thursday, July 5, 2012

Wendell Kimbrough


About: Wendell Kimbrough

Raised in the rural South, Wendell spent 7 years in DC as a singer/songwriter, performer, and worship arts director. Wendell... and his wife Hahna now live in Daphne, AL, where Wendell is Worship Arts Director and Artist-in-Residence at Church of the Apostles.
After his 2009 debut, Find Your Way Home, Washington, DC-based singer/songwriter Wendell Kimbrough dedicated 2 years to playing live shows and developing his songcraft. The hard work bore fruit as Kimbrough’s narrative folk/soul/jazz music found a fiercely loyal audience in DC. Those fans demonstrated their enthusiasm for Kimbrough’s music in 2011 when they rallied behind his new album and fully funded it on Kickstarter in just over 48 hours.
Thanks to their support, Things That Can't Be Taught, an album of “heartbreaking melody” that “vibrates with intensity” (Aiding & Abetting) released in November 2011. A 20+ city tour from Dallas to Boston marked Kimbrough’s first steps toward expanding an enthusiastic DC following into a national fan base. Along the journey, he has shared the stage with indie artists Elizabeth and the Catapult and Damien Jurado.








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