Kim McLean

Kingston Springs, TN
Americana / AAA / Folk Rock
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Merry Christmas!  As a music lover and music maker, you have a unique opportunity to bless the world this holiday. 

 

1.  Use each show, event, or gathering to help an organization.  Small organizations can really benefit.  At my CD release show, we held a penny drive which brought in 500 meals and 65 pounds of food for a local food bank.  65 tickets were sold.  Small shows = big hearts.

 

2.  Share your show wardrobe with a shelter.  As you bring in a new wardrobe piece, bless someone by sharing a gently used one.  We are using the de-clutter and reorganization to provide inventory for a local charity which sells items in their thrift store to pay for food in their charity food bank.  Win win is a heart thing!

 

3.  Invite your friends and fans to add to your merch table.  Do you have talented friends who make things but have no where to merchandise their items?  You can increase your inventory and bless them when you sell their wares.  Share the profit, or donate the profit.

 

I hope these ideas can be added to your new year of living generously through your creative endeavors. 

 

Blessings on playing it forward,

Kim



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"Perhaps it's better to call her a "Songwriter-Singer" than the other way around. Her songs have always come first, and everything else stems from that creative process."  Phil Sweetland, NYT Contributor

"Moods and tempos are well varied from the beaty opening track, Ain’t No Glory, Beautiful Goodbye and Cracks In The Concrete, another co-write with Lisa Brokop, to the slower, contemplative Born To Be Happy, Rapunzel, All We Ever Find and China. RAPUNZEL’S ESCAPE is one of those rather unexpected albums which grow on you with each successive airing."  Laura Bethell, Maverick

"McLean is nothing short of remarkable as she easily moves from blues to rock to Appalachian folk to pop and beyond. She refers to her sound as Appalachi-Groove, where mountain footpaths meet Beale Street."  Randy Moomaw, The Healing Power of Music


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