Jinah Kim
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Jinah Kim

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"No, not Gina. It’s Jinah Kim."

Hello beautiful BPR peeps! First and foremost, thank you all who came out for the last East Meets Words Open Mic of the year. Even though the weather outside was frightful, people still came out and supported true art. This month’s feature was Jinah Kim, a singer/songwriter from Tufts University by way of Los Angeles, CA. She recently performed at BASIC. Jinah performed five songs, “Jump,” “Fallen,” “Trouble,” an Alanis Morrisette cover, “Ironic,” “Questions,” and she closed with “Home.” Jinah has a great soothing voice. Her voice just captivated me from the beginning and didn’t stop until she stopped singing. I can’t speak for everyone in the crowd but she blew me away with each song and I wanted her to keep singing. Her voice is probably one of the best I’ve heard live and it was just soothing.

http://www.bprlive.org/2007/12/19/no-not-gina-its-jinah-kim/ - Boston Progress Radio


Red Eye EP (released May 14, 2008)
-6 tracks

Airplay on Boston Progress Radio (bprlive.org):
-Mine to Hope



Jinah Kim is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter from L.A. with a knack for harnessing emotion in song form. A classically trained pianist, self-taught guitarist, and compulsive writer, she started creating original music as a teen in need of a voice. She honed her writing and performance skills during her college years in Boston, playing small venues as well as several universities in the area (Harvard, Amherst, Wellesley, Tufts).

With influences ranging from Alanis Morissette to Nick Drake, Jinah channels her own style of music that is at once unique and familiar. Her raw and earnest vocals carry through on each track of her debut EP "Red Eye", and her poignant lyrics speak to the soul. This six-song collection paints the bittersweet trek from love to loss and back, inviting listeners along for the ride.