|MEET KENDALL BOWSER:
Meet Kendall Bowser, seventeen year old
Texas girl at heart, from Dallas.
Kendall's story began at an Easter service
at church.. She was just four years old,
standing up on that stage with a stuffed
lamb, singing her heart out. After the
performance a lady at church approached
Kendall's mom and suggested that she sign
her up for voice lessons. Wanting her
daughter to start learning the
fundamentals, she started off with
classical music training.
Miss Bowser has a big heart, and it shows
through conversation with her. She loves
giving back, and is involved in various
causes. Kendall is a co-founder of "Find
Ur Voice", a non-profit organization
raising awareness against human
trafficking. They put on concerts to raise
money in support. "A lot of people don't
realize it's in America. It's happening
all around and I think that's important
for everybody to know about."
She also volunteered with "Birthday
Blessings", a non-profit organization that
gives birthday parties every month to
unfortunate kids that have never had the
Kendall Bowser's relaeasing her
debut EP "Hey Boy" this April and she
couldn't be more excited. When asked what
people can look forward to hearing we're
told "I wanted to capture a little bit of
everything that I like. The title track
"Hey Boy" is rock-based. Another cut "Easy
For Me" has more of a blues/jazz feel.
There are slow songs as well, but overall
I'd call it catchy pop style.Kendall is
proud to share that she co-wrote five of
In the meantime we recommend
checking out her single "So Simple".
Bowser enthuses "The process of shooting
the video was a lot of fun. I had to wake
up at 4:00 which wasn't so good."
For Kendall, her proudest moment was
singing the national anthem at the annual
Susan B. Koman Race For The Cure. Despite
the massive audience, Kendall says she
wasn't nervous. "That morning it was so
cold and it was so easrly so I had to keep
warming up so I was able to sing. You
couldn't see 20,000 people, only a
few thousand and they kept running."
Another defining moment was hearing her
music on iHeartRadio. There was a
competition at her old music school, so
she submitted her song to be voted on by
listeners. "It's like you hear it on your
phone and you play it through your car.
But then they say your name and you hear
it through the radio. Is this really
She been working with PCG Nashville the
past year and a half., honing her craft.
PCG is a local organization that helps
newer artists build their careers from the
ground up. Bowser comes to Nashville once
a month for training, songwriting
sessions, and more. She credits PCG with
being so supportive and teaching her
valuable tools. The fact that they put on
shows at Opry Mills mall is an added
bonus. It's a great opportunity for new
artists to perform in front of an
audience, and hey it's a mall. What
teenage girl wouldn't love that?
Kendall's dream is to help people, and she
believes the best way to do that is
through her music. " I want people to know
that they are not alone, that they are not
the only one going through something. And
I want them to know that they are loved
and cared for."
Plans for 2017 include getting the album
out, more videos, and performances. She
wants to keep working hard on her voice
and guitar playing, while building herself
up to next level.
We wish this young positive artist all the
best on her journey!
OUT HER MUSIC VIDEO FOR "SO SIMPLE"