Kendall King
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Kendall King

Reston, Virginia, United States | SELF

Reston, Virginia, United States | SELF
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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For a Reason CD-released July 2005

"Be Still" (Single)-released October 2004, Phillip Carter and SOV CD, titled The Journey Continues

"We Bless Your Name" (Single)-released April 2005, HawKings Productions CD, titled High and Lifted Up



Kendall is an anointed soloist, director, composer, arranger, and pianist. She comes from a long line of pastors, teachers, and musicians that have tremendously influenced her ministry. Originally from Camden, NJ, she received her musical training at the Settlement Music School, Philadelphia, PA. She started singing at the age of five, and at the age of 12, she started playing for her father’s church in Philadelphia, PA.

While attending Howard University, Kendall sang with the Howard Gospel Choir, and recorded with the choir on the album, "God Can Make a Way." She has been a member of several local groups such as "Toby Palmer and Chosen Generation." She was the choir director and guest soloist with Rev. Jamila Woods for the live recording, "The Balm." She has recorded and arranged background vocals for several local artists such as Carmen Calhoun, "Broken and Blessed," Lisa Bellamy, "The Light House," and Truth Thomas, "If the Spirit Is Willing." She sings with Phillip Carter and the Sounds of Victory, and is a featured soloist on the project, "Confession;" and her original composition, "Be Still," is featured on their latest project "The Journey Continues. She recorded an original composition, "We Bless Your Name," with HawKings Productions, which released April 2005.

An outstanding choir director in her own right, Kendall often is invited to conduct music workshops, and to teach and direct choirs. She served as the musical director for the A.M.E. Washington Annual Conference Youth Choir, for three years. She was the musical director for a documentary entitled, "Hope of Glory, the African American Church." In this effort, she organized a 100-voice choir, composed and performed the title song, "Hope of Glory," and arranged two of the soundtrack recordings.

Kendall has been a musician on the staff of several churches in the Washington metropolitan area. Currently, she is ministering at Breath of Life Ministries, Landover, MD; Redeemed Church, Alexandria, VA and Third Baptist Church, Washington, DC.

Kendall has performed with such gospel artists as LaShon Pace, Beverly Crawford, James Bignon, the late O'Landa Draper, and John P. Kee. She has appeared at the Kennedy Center and the Lincoln Theater, Washington, DC; the Showplace Arena, Upper Marlboro, MD; and at the renowned Cotton Club, New York, NY. She has performed the National Anthem for the Washington Wizards, at the MCI Center, Washington, DC, and she performed on the Mall, Washington, DC for Freedom Fest.

Kendall's current debut solo CD project features her original compositions and arrangements.

A gifted and talented person, Kendall is also a graphic designer, and has a graphic design business, kkproductions, which specializes in web page design, creative logo designs, advertisements, animation, business cards, etc. Visit the web site at

Kendall is committed to God and to her music. She believes that music and art is God's gift to His people, and that they can communicate what the soul cannot express. Psalm 34:1, "I will bless the Lord at all times, His praise shall continually be in my mouth."

For more information, please visit the Kendall King Music Ministry web site at