Thursday, July 20, 2006

Kim Kline

Recently I (among other bloggers) was contacted by a BMG rep concerning Kim Kline (not to be confused with world champion body builder, Kimberly Kline) a Texas vixen now living in California who is making a splash in the pop rock world:

Recently, I have been working with a phenomenal, new unsigned female talent, Kim Kline. With a voice that's unmatched, a distinguished song writing ability and shear star power Kim Kline has drawn attention from all of the major labels and publishing companies as of late. Kim has already proven herself to be a musical force to be reckoned with and that she will be grow to be a dominant female voice in the year's to come. I feel that it is important for such talents to have exposure not only to music fans but also to the public in general. It is for these reasons that I approach you today. I believe that it would be very beneficial in Kim's ability to take her music career "to the next level" by having her story/material featured on such sites as yours. Thus, below I have provided Kim's biography, picture, a live performance review and an MP3 of her crowd-pleaser "Inside."

As of late, Kim has been hard at work in the studio with such co-writers/producers as Eddie Galan & Sean Alexander (LeAnn Rimes, Steven Tyler, Disney's High School Musical, etc.), Evan Rodaniche (BMG Music Publishing - Cage 9, The Willowz, Big City Rock, etc.) and Mike Sarkisyan (BMG Music Publishing - Grammy Nominated Guitarist/Producer), Tommy Decker (BMG Music Publishing - Grammy Nominated Drummer/Producer), Robb Torres (J.D. Natasha, The Rising, Volumen Cero, etc.) and PJ Smith (BMG Music Publishing - Live, Something Corporate, etc.). Kim is also slated to go into the studio with Ian Cross (Janet Jackson, Gwen Stefani, etc.), and Mike Green (BMG Music Publishing - The Matches, Yellowcard, etc.)...just to name a couple.

Kim Kline has also been fortunate enough to have continued support from the press with features in such publications and e-zines as the following: The Music Connection, Unsigned Music Magazine, All Access Magazine, Kludge Magazine, Entertainment World, The Los Angeles Journal, RockPulse MusicZine, The Music Edge,,, Tad Loud Rocks, Womanfolk, This Woman's Work, Texas Rhetoric,, CelebSource, VIP Glamour, Fetch Me Some Music, The Bosh, Profusion123, Your Standard Life, Raised On Indie,,, etc.
Anyway, I just hope that you find yourself enjoying what the press has already named "the next diva of rock" as much as I do...and I can not wait to hear your thoughts.
All the best,

Now, that's a pretty impressive cache of qualifications there hence I'm suprised she isn't signed. I gave her songs a fair listen on Myspace and they're pretty good. Definitely easy on the ears and accessible. I'm not a huge fan of processed country pop-rock and the sexy clubber look she's sporting on Myspace just doesn't match the vocal styling in my opinion. That being said, she has all the attributes to be a commercial success: Solid talent, radio friendly tunes, a trained voice and physical beauty. I'm sure that will take her far and as a fellow Texan I feel the need to spread the word even if her music isn't the type I normally listen to. I think her manager's approach in getting as much web exposure as possible should be applauded.

Check her out and see what you think.

Listen to:

Kim Kline's Myspace


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She looks like a porn star.

Friday, July 21, 2006  
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