Alt-pop-rock singer/songwriter Kenzie Culver backs up her dynamic stage presence with a voice of startling power, range, and expression. With a sound that’s youthful with an aggressive edge, her music rides an emotional range from ethereal to audacious. Her provocative lyrics, infectious hooks, and driving rhythms borrow attitude from punk but are grounded in earnest emotion.
Recorded and produced with L.A.-based indie label PMW Live, Kenzie’s 2016 solo EP, Echoes, is the result of a Denver talent search in which she was chosen from hundreds of competitors. Her enthusiastic online following has resulted in over 100,000 YouTube views of her first single, “Are You with Me.” The track is an anthem for a generation on the rise and for those, like her, who have struggled with serious health issues. “I'm a firm believer that music heals the soul,” Kenzie says.
Kenzie also fronts alt-pop-rock band The Violet Tides, whose track, “Afraid of Being Saved,” earned them semifinalist status in the 2017 Unsigned Only Music Competition. Additional awards include first place in both the Colorado You Got Talent Competition and the Keptone Battle of the Bands, advanced band division. They also earned the Stars of Tomorrow People's Choice Award and were named an official band for music therapy charity Blue Star Connection. The band has played prominent venues throughout Colorado, including the famed Mishawaka Amphitheatre and Ryan Seacrest's Denver Seacrest Studio.
Kenzie Culver enjoys frequent airplay and media coverage in Denver and Northern Colorado.