Kirsten’s musical journey began some twenty odd years ago. After just a handful of public performances, Kirsten earned multiple nominations in the Orange County Music Awards which resulted in her winning "Best Female Artist". After a quick time-out to sing the National Anthem at Dodger Stadium, Kirsten attracted the attention of producer Bruce Witkin (Johnny Depp's vocals for Sweeney Todd). Since, Kirsten’s songs have been prominently featured on hit television shows like “Dawson’s Creek,” “Friday Night Lights”, “The Osbourne’s” as well as the DVD soundtracks of “Felicity” and “Party of Five.” She also had her music featured in the legendary Martin Short’s film “Jiminy Glick in Lalawood”. Kirsten is routinely invited to share the stage with such high-profile artists like Duncan Sheik, Paula Cole, and the Steve Miller Band. Excelling in intimate acoustic performances or with a full band, Kirsten delivers a powerful and passionate set.
Kirsten Proffit - Guitars, vocals
Ron Pak- Drums, vocals
Steve Berns - Guitars
Jeremy Christiensen- Bass
Lucky Girl, released on Broken Arrow Records
Kirsten's song "Redemption Day" is currently in rotation on Sirius Channel 30 and various AAA stations around the country.
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If you listen to radio in St. Louis, New Orleans or Santa Fe, N.M., you've probably heard Kirsten Pr...If you listen to radio in St. Louis, New Orleans or Santa Fe, N.M., you've probably heard Kirsten Proffit's song "Redemption Day", which is being worked to triple A stations.
If you've stayed at a Wyndham Hotel, you've heard Proffit in the hotel chain's common rooms and as part of the music preloaded into the room's digital alarm clock.
If you watch TV, you've heard Proffit on "Friday Night Lights", "One Life to Live", and "Smallville".
And if you go to the movies you've heard several of Proffit's songs as part of the music that's piped into the theater before the film starts...
If you still haven't heard Proffit, you can hear her singing the national anthem May 21st at Dodger Stadium.
Orange Pop: Local acts impress with new releases
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Kirsten Proffit "Lucky Girl" (Broken Arrow Records) – It's not surprising that singer-songwriter-gui...Kirsten Proffit "Lucky Girl" (Broken Arrow Records) – It's not surprising that singer-songwriter-guitarist Kirsten Proffit picked up best female artist honors at
the Orange County Music Awards last year, and won a nomination for best female acoustic performer earlier this year.
On her aptly titled "Lucky Girl," Proffit displays her knack at fashioning infectious, mainstream pop that has landed her tunes on radio, as well as in films and on television. In fact, the first single off her 12-song debut (the
confessional folk rocker "Something I Can't Be") was recently heard on the NBC series "Friday Night Lights."
Proffit has some first-rate assistance on "Lucky Girl," with guitarist Michael Lockwood (Fiona Apple), guitarist Warren Huart (Howie Day), drummer Rick
Neigher (Michelle Branch) and keyboardist Doug Nahory (Alanis Morissette) contributing to the project.
Kirsten Proffit: "Lucky Girl"
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OC Music Awards winner of Best Female Artist Kirsten Proffit has released a slick new disc on Broken...OC Music Awards winner of Best Female Artist Kirsten Proffit has released a slick new disc on Broken Arrow Records that will earn
top-shelf status in your singer – songwriter collection. The production is excellent, and
the lyrics hit home with poignant metaphors and simple truths about relationships that everyone can relate to: “it would take Picasso to paint this clear / the sound of Mozart to make you hear / the faith of Moses to set you free/ that’s something I can’t be.” Catch her at the Rusty Pelican in Newport Beach or check her calendar at www. kirstenproffit. com.
Band can play any length up to 3, 40 min sets at this time. We have mainly original material but we do have covers thrown in the sets as well.
There are no upcoming dates at this time.