Kim Cummings
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Kim Cummings

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
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"Last Rites and The Warrior Pull." Adult Alternative acoustic driven CD. Co-written w/ Miguelli. Produced by Miguelli.
Tracks available on several sites for download including iTunes & Amazon.
Newly completed demo entitled " Don't Move" available for listening and download on my Myspace page and Reverbnation.
EP of 2 to 3 tracks entitled " Move" being re-mixed for chill out/ dance extended mixes will soon be available on those sites as well.
Some material available on Free FM & Jango internet radio.



Kim Cummings began writing songs at the age of 13 - "I remember listening to all types of artists. Anita O’Day, Gene Krupa, The Beatles, Sarah Vaughn, The Faces, Zappa. Today, Massive Attack, Beck, Civil Twilight, Arcade Fire, Herbalsaier, the list goes on. I love it. All of it.”
"But I have to say years ago, when I first heard Laura Nyro, my life changed. I knew I could tap into songwriting myself.”
Kim's wide range of musical influences helped her experiment, pairing her voice with lyrics and music. Her first collaborating experience involved writing and recording with Chris Robison, formally of the New York Dolls. In the following years Kim played in bands and exploring her song writing abilities in Boston and eventually in L.A.
And the writing continues. Kim's writing stems from her expansive influences, vocal sensibilities and her love of melody and words. "I want to make my sound as precise and as honest as I can,” she says. “I hope people find that it resonates with them, that my experiences and feelings are somewhat compatible to theirs. I believe my recent work is the best I’ve ever done because I am clearer and more confident about the work. After all these years, it really feels good to know myself and trust myself creatively.” “I just love what I do.”

Dan Faltz