Sunday, June 13, 2021 – 11am
Easton United Methodist Church
4970 Potters Rd.
Ionia, MI 48846
Singer/songwriter, pianist, and guitarist Katy Kinard is a faith-driven lyricist, puzzle-piecing the space between trust and doubt. Simplicity vs cynicism. Her influences range from the vocal and lyrical styles of Nichole Nordeman and Natalie Merchant, to the conversational style of David Wilcox, within the pop/rock and folk genres.
Katy attended Belmont University in Nashville, TN, where she studied Commercial Music and Music Business. She is a winner of the 2013 International CWIMA contest, the ’09 Independent Music Awards Popular Vote, and Embassy Music’s regional pick. Katy’s song “World’s Largest Peanut” took first prize in the 2009 International Acoustic Music Awards folk category; her song “Sunshine,” second. She has co-produced and toured four albums: “Headed Back” (2005), “You’re Still Better” (2007), “Lullaby Hymns: the weary soul” (2010); and her latest: “God of Fireflies” (2016)