Kim Virant
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Kim Virant

Seattle, Washington, United States

Seattle, Washington, United States
Band Pop Adult Contemporary


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Songs From A Small House-
"Love Ain't for the Weak", "Jesse's Song", "Genius Morning" have gotten airplay from this most current (2008) album

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Stealing Days
Signals Crossed



If you were a rock fan in Seattle in the early nineties you were a fan of Kim Virant and her band
Lazy Susan. With their Stonesy double guitar stomp and Kim’s charismatic vocals, Lazy Susan ruled
the club scene, working their way from small venues to routinely selling out 1000 person capacity
rooms. After releasing two albums, the band called it quits.
Kim soon launched a solo career that picked up where Lazy Susan left off. Her next two records
focused on an Alternative-Country/rootsy guitar-based sound.
In 2003, Kim decided it was time for a change and began working with local producer and
recording artist Pete Droge (If you Don’t Love Me (I’ll Kill Myself)/The Thorns). Kim and Pete
recorded a 4 song EP that put Kim’s voice in the center of great songs and sparse arrangements.
The collaboration was a major springboard for Kim and she soon contacted producer Jon Plum
(Brandi Carlile) about doing a full length record.
Recorded over 3 years, mainly at London Bridge studio in Seattle, Songs from a Small House
continues Kim’s journey from rock frontwoman to singer/songwriter. The record’s 10 tracks deliver
great pop melodies, introspective lyrics, modern production and most importantly, showcase
Kim’s earthy powerhouse vocals. Sometimes compared with Stevie Nicks, and sometimes Natalie
Merchant, Kim’s voice has evolved into a compelling instrument that takes center stage on Songs
from a Small House.