|Wreckinball||Snake Eyes|| |
|And So It Goes||Code Red|| |
|Dancin' With The Devil (featuring PanicK)||Code Red|| |
|Always On My Mind||Times Gone By|| |
|Coming Home||Times Gone By|| |
|Runnin Amok||Sweet Rock Candy|| |
|Just Don't Give A Damn||Snake Eyes|| |
|Just Don't Give a Damn||Ramifications|| |
|Walkin the Line||Dead Mans Hand|| |
|Listen to the Rain||Times Gone By|| |
Kristin’s music, lyrics, and voice are distinctively refreshing in today’s Pop/Rock world increasingly dominated by “me too” music and voices leaving one to ask “who is singing the tune I just heard?” You definitely will not be wondering this listening to a Kristin Chambers’ song or attending one of her riveting live performances.
Kristin has remarkably extensive vocal and music training and a lengthy professional singing and theatrical resume for such a young woman. She has toured America singing and acting in virtually every major city in the country, including Joe’s Pub in New York City.
Accomplished in all musical genres, Kristin created her one-woman show that could readily adapt to any live venue and audience; pop, rock, jazz, R&B, musical theater, even opera. Her shows are fun, entertaining, energetic, and always appreciated by audiences, but the song selection consisted of well-known covers made famous by others; great songs, but not her music and words. Kristin had a long-standing need to write to connect with others by writing music and lyrics inspired by her unique life experiences, dreams, and most personal thoughts and emotions.
Long influenced by the lyrics of Joni Mitchell, Randy Newman, Phil Collins, John Mayer, and Leonard Cohen - and the music of Elton John, Billy Joel, and James Taylor – Kristin Chambers has found her own marvelous voice.
In her debut album of original songs, “Kristin Chambers”, she shares a retrospective, bitter-sweet, yet optimistic, view of her journey in New York City striving to find her musical voice, while coping in a sometimes inhospitable city. There are moments of pain and loss expressed in her songs, but more predominately there is love, determination, and optimism throughout.
The band formed in 1988 with Lief Sorbye, Adolfo Lazo, Rob Wullenjohn, and Mark Showalter. The band has seen a changing cast of musicians, with Lief and Adolfo remaining as founding members since the band's beginning.
The current lineup consists of Lief Sorbye, Adolfo Lazo, Kathy Buys, Gregory Jones, and Caith Threefires, with members from around the world: Lief from Oslo, Norway, Adolfo from Havana, Cuba, Gregory from Missouri, Kathy from San Francisco, California, and Caith from Boston, Massachusetts. In 2010, Temmpest released Another Dawn - it was Tempest's 11th full length studio album. In 2006, Tempest released their 10th full length studio album, entitled The Double-Cross. In 2007, the band released a live CD, entitled Lief's Birthday Bash.
Lead singer John Cusimano, essentially a weekend performer since his primary occupation is the practice of law, is married to TV cooking show host Rachael Ray.
Fulton has performed on over thirty albums and soundtracks broadly ranging from medieval, baroque, orchestral, and contemporary music to Celtic music and film scores, on records labels such as PolyGram, Koch International Classics, Nonesuch, Gourd Music, and others. Her first solo album, The Airs of Wales, brought her recognition. She is a composer as well as a performer, and her original compositions from her second solo album, The Once & Future Harp, have been featured on National Public Radio.
Julia's first solo album in 25 years, Horsetamer, has just been finished and announced for preordering, produced by Michael Moricz.